Sony announces its $100 PlayStation Classic with 20 pre loaded games

Sony has launched the PlayStation Classic a smaller, modern take on the original PlayStation from 23 years ago. And it comes with 20 Pre Loaded Games. The Classic is nearly half the size of the first PlayStation, which read CD-ROMs and sold 100 million units worldwide. It’ll come with 20 well-loved titles including Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, […]

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Amazon reportedly plans to open 3,000 cashier less stores by 2021

Amazon is planning to open 3,000 new cashier less Amazon Go stores by the year 2021, according to a report from Bloomberg today. That would be Amazon’s most aggressive move in the brick-and-mortar space since its purchase of Whole Foods in 2016. It would also significantly alter the company’s potential offline retail success as it moves to compete with grocery […]

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Amazon opens its cashier less Amazon Go store outside of Seattle

Amazon is opening its first cashier less grocery store outside of its hometown, Seattle. The new store is opening in Chicago today. Like the other stores before it, it’s open long hours from 7AM to 8PM, and it doesn’t have any checkout lines. Now reportedly Amazon has three other Amazon Go stores, all in Seattle, […]

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Apple’s Siri Shortcuts app now available for iOS 12

Apple is making Siri a lot more powerful in both iOS 12 and watchOS 5. Siri’s new Shortcuts feature is now available to download for iOS 12 users, and it allows iPhone and Apple Watch users to use Siri to step through multistep routines. Shortcuts replaces the previous Workflow app that Apple acquired last year, and is designed to […]

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Password Autofill in iOS 12 works with 1Password, Dashlane, and LastPass

Apple has recently release his latest mobile operating system, iOS 12, and that means it’s a great time to get well acquainted with some of its more useful new features. One of those is Password Autofill, a password manager tool that lets you store login credentials for the dozens of apps and services you likely access […]

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Amazon reportedly planning Alexa microwave, subwoofer, and more for this year

Amazon is reportedly planning to introduce eight new Alexa powered smart home devices later this year, according to a report from CNBC today. Those devices will be a wide-ranging offering of voice-controlled gadgets: a microwave oven, an in-car gadget of some sort, and a set of higher-end home audio gear, including an amplifier, receiver, and subwoofer. […]

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Microsoft’s Surface 2 Laptops may come in a black variant

Microsoft might be preparing to make a come back to a black color for its upcoming Surface hardware. While the software giant originally launched its Surface RT in a black “VaporMg” magnesium alloy, the company quickly switched to a silver color for the Surface 2. German site Windows United originally reported that Microsoft will be launching a […]

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Lyft’s new app will give directions to scooters, public transit in Santa Monica

Lyft has recently launched its e-scooters and e-bikes in Santa Monica, the ride-hailing company is debuting an app update next week to help residents find its dockless vehicles and connect to public transit. By midweek, users in Santa Monica who have updated the Lyft app will see a feature where they can view nearby transit routes with […]

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OnePlus is planning to build its first smart TV

OnePlus has more than just smartphones in its mind. OnePlus today announced it’s entering the smart TV game. The company doesn’t provide much in the way of hard details, but CEO Pete Lau penned a blog post explaining the new project: We want to bring the home environment to the next level of intelligent connectivity. To do this, we […]

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Google’s prototype Chinese search engine is reportedly links searches to phone numbers

Google is reportedly building a prototype system that would tie Chinese users’ Google searches to their personal phone numbers, as part of a new search service that would comply with the Chinese government’s censorship requirements. The Intercept writes that the “Dragonfly” Android app, a secret project revealed by a whistleblower last month, could be linked to a user’s phone number […]

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