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Daily Archives: September 27, 2017

A New Google Home ‘Max’ is Reportedly in the Works

Google is reportedly developing an upgraded Google Home smart home speaker. Speaking to 9to5Google, sources suggest the speaker will be called the Google Home ‘Max’ and come with improved sound. However, it remains unclear whether it’ll debut at next week’s October 4th event where we’ll

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tvOS 11.1 Developer Beta 1 Now Available

Apple today seeded developers with the first developer build of tvOS 11.1 for testing. This comes after tvOS 11 was released to all Apple TV fourth-gen users last week. To install the new build on your registered Apple TV, head over to Settings > System > Software Updates

macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 Developer Beta 1 Now Out

Following Monday’s release of macOS High Sierra, Apple today released the first developer beta of macOS 10.13.1 for testing on the Mac. To install the build, head over to the “Updates” tab in the App Store and check for updates. There, you’ll find the new build ready

Apple Seeds First iOS 11.1 Developer Beta

Following yesterday’s release of iOS 11.0.1, Apple today seeded developers with the first iOS 11.1 beta for testing on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. To install the new build on your registered device, head over to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap “Download and

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An Important Update from the Desk of Max Buondonno

Howdy readers, Max here. When we launched Matridox back in July and gave our site a total refresh, people were super excited and were so supportive of the major changes we made. However, due to technical issues with the WordPress theme we’ve selected as our

How-To: Tweet 280 Characters on Twitter Right Now

Yesterday, Twitter announced a global test to allow users to send up to 280 characters in a single tweet, two times more than what was previously offered. While the update isn’t rolling out to all Twitter users, there is a way for users interested in

PSA: YouTube No Longer Works on Amazon’s Echo Show

It looks like Amazon and Google are having a little dispute. According to statements given to The Verge, YouTube no longer works on the recently released Echo Show due to Amazon violating Google’s terms of service. However, Amazon doesn’t admit this in its statement and