City Walks Lets You Walk Around the Globe without Leaving Your Couch – Review Geek

City Walks Lets You Walk Around the Globe without Leaving Your Couch – Review Geek International travel hasn’t exactly been a viable option over the past year, and if you’re anything like me, you’re absolutely itching to get back out there. But, until it’s safe again, you can scratch that itch with City Walks. The site features filmed walks through […]

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Spotify Tests Audiobooks

Spotify on Monday released a small collection of exclusive audiobook recordings on its platform, a move that signals its interest in continuing to broaden its library of non-music programming. The company is characterizing the release as one of many tests that it regularly runs to help it improve its user experience, but in success, the initiative could give it a […]

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Plex is launching a game subscription service filled with Atari games

Plex, well known as a service for streaming movies, music, and TV shows from your own computer, is now adding another thing you can stream: video games (via Protocol). Plex announced the new service, called Plex Arcade, on its blog and also launched a website for it. The service will cost $3 a month if you’re a Plex Pass subscriber, and $5 a month […]

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Google’s Art App Now Turns Your Selfies Into Famous Masterpieces

The Google Arts & Culture platform hosts millions of artifacts and pieces of art, ranging from prehistory to the contemporary, shared by museums across the world. But the prospect of exploring all that art can be daunting. To make it easier, we dreamt up a fun solution: connect people to art by way of a fundamental artistic pursuit, the search for the self […]

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