T-Mobile is shutting down TVision, their confusing video streaming services. Sonos and Ikea appear to be releasing more speakers. Spotify may have finally done music curation and discovery correctly. E3 is returning as a virtual conference, and Microsoft is starting to make good on their Xbox Live promises for free-to-play games.
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- T-Mobile to Shut Down Their Live TV Streaming Service TVision, Partners with Philo and YouTube TV
- Sonos and IKEA are developing new Symfonisk speakers that hide in plain sight
- Spotify’s new personalized mixes focus on artists, genres and decades
- E3 2021 Plans Announced: Xbox and Nintendo Involved, No Sign of Sony
- Microsoft Is Cutting The Xbox Live Gold Requirement For Party Chat And Free-To-Play Multiplayer
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