- YouTube makes thousands of TV show episodes available to stream for free | Engadget
- Google Photos makes it easier to import and organize your pics | Engadget
- Musk’s Starlink is raising prices | Engadget
- Twitter can now create GIFs using your iOS camera | Engadget
- Annoyingly, the Mac Studio’s software lock prevents SSD upgrades | Engadget
For the first time, YouTube is letting users in the US stream thousands of free, ad-supported TV shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Heartland and Unsolved Mysteries..
Its new features include a new section that makes it easier to import and digitize old photos and videos..
The SpaceX subsidiary internet provider seems to be getting much more expensive..
If you’re a frequent Twitter user, the company is making it easier to create and share those clips..
The dream of an upgradeable Mac Studio is dead – at least for the time being..