Amazon Has A Crazy New Ring Security Camera That Has A Built-In Drone
Due to the fact that home security cameras are becoming cheaper, easier to install, and easier to use, it’s not surprising that more people are starting to use them. For the most part, they get the job done, but who’s to say that it cannot be improved upon? That’s what Amazon is trying to do with its latest Ring home security camera.

Amazon Echo Gets A Brand New Spherical Makeover
If you thought that the design for Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot speakers were a little dated, then you might be interested to learn that the company has since taken the wraps off a brand new design for its Alexa-enabled speakers. As you can see in the photo above, Amazon has decided to give it a makeover, resulting in a spherical design.

Amazon Debuts Its ‘Luna’ Game Streaming Service
Last year, it was reported that Amazon was apparently thinking about getting into the game streaming business, and sure enough they have. The company has recently announced Luna, its attempt at launching a game streaming platform, following in the footsteps of other platforms like NVIDIA’s GeForce Now, Microsoft’s xCloud, and Google Stadia.

Expanding Your Xbox Series X Storage Could Be An Expensive Affair
Microsoft had recently confirmed that its new consoles, the Xbox Series X and Series S will support storage expansion. This makes it ideal for gamers who play a lot of games and who tend to keep their games around, instead of deleting them when they’re done. However, there is some bad news on that front.

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Tesla Has Plans For An Even Cheaper Electric Car In The Next 3 Years
For a while, Tesla’s electric cars were viewed as premium vehicles due to their high price tags. However, in recent years, the company has started to offer more affordable models, like the Tesla Model 3 which is priced starting at $35,000. This is by no means cheap, but it is more affordable compared to some of the company’s other electric cars.

You Might Soon Be Able To Download And Install Xbox Games You Do Not Own
One of the advantages of purchasing digital games over physical games is that you get to download the game and have it ready to go once it is live. Typically, physical game pre-orders arrive on the day of launch itself, but there can sometimes be unforeseen circumstances that could cause a delay.

iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max Might See A Delayed Release
According to a recent rumor, it was suggested that the iPhone 12 series could be announced at an event scheduled for the 13th of October. Apple has yet to officially confirm the dates, but the latest tweet from well-known leakster Jon Prosser has “confirmed” that date to be true based on his sources.

Google Maps Will Now Show COVID-19 Stats
Everyday, the number of COVID-19 infections changes. Some places might look like they are handling things well, but all it takes is one infected person to infect a cluster of people, which in turn can lead to an even greater cluster and have a negative impact on the number of daily infections.

California To Ban Sale Of New Gas-Powered Vehicles In 2035
A lot of car makers have set themselves deadlines in which they eventually plan to make the shift to fully-electric vehicles. However, for those who might be holding out, they might have some trouble over in California because the state’s governor, Gavin Newsom, has announced that he will be signing an executive order that will ban the sale of new gas-powered cars starting in 2035.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 ReviewEditor's Pick
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the second generation Samsung folding phones. The company is quickly iterating on various aspects of the folding OLED display technology, including releasing the cute Galaxy Z Flip in February.

Shopify Reveals That ‘Rogue’ Employees Stole Some Customer Data
If you’ve ever bought something online, there is a chance that you might have used Shopify’s online shopping platform. It is an incredibly popular system that many retailers are using these days, which is why it’s a bit worrying to hear that the company had recently experienced having some customer data stolen.

1Password Now Lets Users Create Burner Credit Cards
If there is one misgiving that people have when it comes to shopping online, it would be security, where some are worried that having their credit/debit card numbers and details stored online could potentially lead to it getting stolen. We’ve already seen that happen in various database breaches, so it is quite a legitimate concern.

Gamer Credits Nintendo’s Ring Fit For Helping Him Get Incredibly Shredded
Fitness-related games aren’t exactly new, but it seems that if you wanted to lose weight or get toned, perhaps you might want to consider the Nintendo Ring Fit game. According to Japanese Twitter user kzm, he posted a photo of his insanely toned body onto the social media platform in which he credits the game for helping him achieve his body.

Redesigned Outlook For Mac Will Be Coming This October
One of the upsides of using native apps is that they’re generally designed to blend in nicely with the look for the operating system, but sometimes native apps aren’t as good as some third-party alternatives out there. If you’re a macOS user who thinks that maybe Microsoft’s Outlook could stand to be updated, you’re in luck.

Bose Is Back With Its Second-Gen Sleepbuds
Several years ago, Bose announced a pair of earphones called the Sleepbuds. Unlike regular earbuds, these Sleepbuds were designed to be worn while you were asleep, hence the name. It is designed to help mask background noise and sound, while also offering relaxing content that is supposed to help users achieve a good night’s rest.

iPhone 12 Event Rumored For October 13
According to the rumors, Apple is expected to host an iPhone event in October. Given that we’re almost towards the end of September, there’s a very good chance that this is true, although when exactly remains to be seen. But according to a report from AppleInsider, we now have a date to look forward to.

Google Will No Longer Let Developers Charge For Chrome Extensions
Chrome extensions are pretty useful as they bring added functionality that the browser by default does not. A lot of these extensions are free, but some require payment, but the semi-good news is that in a change to the Chrome Web Store, Google will no longer be allowing developers to charge for Chrome extensions.

Arlo Announces New Essential XL Spotlight And Essential Cameras
Want to setup a home security camera but you’re intimidated by the potential wiring of it? If you’re the sort that does not like to get too technical nor do you want to pay an electrician to help you figure it out, Arlo has you covered as the company has announced a couple of new Essential wireless security cameras.

YouTube Will Use AI To Automatically Age-Restrict Videos
YouTube has tools that allow creators to place age-restrictions on their videos, where only those above a certain age will be able to watch them. However, the onus was mostly on the creators to age-restrict their videos, save for every now and then when YouTube’s algorithm flags inappropriate content for its team to review.

IKEA’s Catalog Now Even Features A CGI ‘Influencer’ Model
If you’ve ever seen an IKEA catalog or browsed its website, you might be thinking that it seems like a crazy amount of work to layout all of the company’s products in various scenarios, especially with all the different color combinations. In case you did not know, the bulk of them are actually computer generated.

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