SiriusXM launches music channel dedicated to TikTok hits

Mariella Moon

You can’t escape viral TikTok songs. They’re everywhere, and you’re bound to hear them over and over again if you spend time on any social media platform. If you actually like listening to TikTok earworms, you can now also listen to them on SiriusXM. The satellite radio service has launched TikTok Radio, a full-fledged music … Read more

CEO of Saygus smartphone company that never released a phone charged with fraud

CEO of Saygus smartphone company that never released a phone charged with fraud

A Utah man who touted a revolutionary new smartphone for several years but failed to produce one, has been charged by the US Attorney’s office in Utah with securities fraud. a new filing shows. Chad Leon Sayers solicited approximately 300 investors to invest $10 million in Saygus, promising “imminent billion-dollar success,” according to the Justice … Read more

Clubhouse removed personal info from Afghan users’ accounts as a safety measure

Nathan Ingraham

Earlier this week, Facebook introduced tools to help people in Afghanistan lock down their accounts. Clubhouse, the social audio app, is doing the same thing. The company announced on Twitter that it was proactively making some changes to the privacy settings for users in Afghanistan. Specifically, for users who “haven’t been active,” Clubhouse is hiding … Read more

Samsung Pay wallet now lets you store a digital version of a COVID-19 vaccination card

Samsung Pay wallet now lets you store a digital version of a COVID-19 vaccination card

Samsung devices that support Samsung Pay can now store digital versions of users’ COVID-19 vaccination cards, through a partnership with healthcare nonprofit The Commons Project, the smartphone company announced. Users have to first download the free CommonHealth app from the Google Play store, and follow the instructions to access their COVID-19 vaccine record, from participating … Read more

There’s a mini Atari Lynx revival going on.

New Atari Lynx games

If you’re a retro gamer, it’s hard not to ignore the Atari Lynx. The first color hand-held it might have been, but its small library of games (under 100 official titles) and general mishandling by Atari itself earned it little more than a walk-on role in gaming history for most people. As such, the homebrew … Read more

ICYMI: We open (and close) the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

Amber Bouman

All products recommended by The Madison Leader Gazette are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. This week was all about smartphones at The Madison Leader Gazette. Cherlynn Low spent … Read more