Apple is planning its next product showcase for May 7, a few weeks before its Worldwide Developers Conference, making room for even more announcements in June, hopefully. The May 7 iPad refresh has been rumored for months, and Apple’s Let Loose announcement included an illustration of a hand holding an Apple Pencil. That screams iPad to us.

We can see some major improvements to the iPad Pro series. M3 chips are a predictable addition, but according to them we may also see OLED displays BloombergThis is Mark German. This should bring richer colors and deeper blacks to the iPad Pro. The technology could even lead to thinner iPads. Given the illustration, we wouldn’t be surprised if the next-gen Apple Pencil or even the iPad Air were also introduced.

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The Federal Communications Commission has voted to restore net neutrality protections that were rolled back during the Trump administration. With net neutrality rules in place, broadband service is considered an essential communications resource under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. This allows the FCC to regulate broadband Internet in a manner similar to water, power, and telephone services. Here’s what net neutrality entails.

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We at Engadget are constantly testing and reviewing new Bluetooth headphones in all price ranges to provide the best buying advice and narrow down our favorites. Here’s our latest refresh, including the usual suspects from Sony, Bose and Apple, as well as a few other surprises and a breakdown of what to look for when buying your first pair — or upgrading.



Tupac’s estate isn’t happy about Drake cloning the late Shakur’s voice in a recent song. Attorney Howard King, representing Shakur’s estate, sent a cease-and-desist letter calling Drake’s use of Shakur’s voice “a clear violation of Tupac’s publicity and the estate’s legal rights.” The disc’s “Taylor Made Freestyle” is the latest chapter in the artist’s simmering decade-long feud with Pulitzer and 17-time Grammy Award winner Kendrick Lamar. The song also uses AI to clone Snoop Dogg’s voice.

Further complicating the whole AI-voice-cloning-without-permission thing, Universal Music Group (UMG), the label that represents Drake, pulled the song “” by Ghostwriter977 because it used an AI-generated version of Drake’s voice.

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