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EngadgetNov 29, 2022
Shockingly, the Pixel 7a will probably look a lot like the Pixel 6a
If history is anything to go on, Google won't announce the next entry in its Pixel A series until I/O 2023. That means we could be waiting as much as six months before the company is ready to share any substantial information on the device. Of course, that's not stopping the rumor mill from getting an early start on leaking details about the Pixel 7a.

Over on Smartprix (via XDA Developers), Steve Hemmerstoffer of OnLeaks fame has shared early renders of the upcoming device. Unsurprisingly, the images suggest the Pixel 7a will look a lot like its predecessor and Google's 2022 flagships. According to Smartprix, the dimensions of the new device are nearly identical to the Pixel 6a, with the former reportedly coming in at 10.1mm thick at the camera bump. The phone also looks to feature relatively thin bezels, a not-so-prominent chin and a center display cutout for the selfie camera.

Steve HemmerstofferNotably, the renders indicate the Pixel 7a will feature a SIM tray on its left side, suggesting - at least for the time being - Google won't follow Apple's decision to go all in on eSIM. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the search giant has decided to bring back the he

EngadgetNov 29, 2022
YouTube Music's 2022 Recap begins rolling out today
'Tis the season for music apps' "year in review" rewinds that let you relive the songs and artists you streamed from the past 12 months. Only a few hours after the revamped Apple Music Replay arrived, YouTube Music announced its 2022 Recap, which begins rolling out today for iOS and Android.

This is only the second year Alphabet's music service has offered its personalized retrospective, and this time, you'll find it in both YouTube Music and the main YouTube app. Unfortunately, it isn't yet live on our devices, but once it's fully available, you'll find it by visiting the Recap landing page in YouTube Music or searching for "2022 recap" in YouTube.

Like last year's edition, the 2022 Recap displays your most-streamed artists, songs, music videos and playlists. Additionally, this year's version adds a few new stats. These include Top Trends (highlighting artists you listened to before most other people), Identity (assigning you a "music personality" based on your musical selections) and Hard-to-Find Content (noting YouTube-exclusive streams like remixes and live performances).

Like other companies' annual rewinds, YouTube Music uses a story-style format with cards you can tap through or share. You can share your personalized recap by tapping the arrow at the bottom of each story. Exclusive to the YouTube Music app, you'll also find shareable cards showing your most-streamed songs from each season. And if you want to personalize it further, you can add a slideshow of Google Photos images from each corresponding season.

With Apple and YouTube's music rewinds now available,

ResearchBuzzNov 24, 2022
Twitch, Google, Twitter, More: Thursday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, November 24, 2022
TWEAKS AND UPDATES CNET: Twitch Expands Measures to Thwart Child Predators. "Twitch said Tuesday that it's implementing a series of new safeguards to address child grooming on its streaming platform." Global Village […]
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