Image: Amazon Amazon announced so many gadgets at one event we had to move our Vergecast recording from Thursday to Friday. That’s what the bulk of this week’s show is about. Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Dan Seifert discuss all the important announcements from Amazon’s fall hardware event this week — a security drone for your home, a spherical Echo, a cloud gaming service, a location-tracking mesh network, new Eero routers, and a whole lot more. The Vergecast crew examines the new features of these devices, the implications of their use in the smart home, and which products they think people will actually use. They even made some time to briefly discuss reviews for Apple’s 2020 iPad, iOS 14, and Fitbit’s Sense watch — the episode is longer than... Continue reading…
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Today, Amazon launched a slew of new products, just in time for holiday shopping. Here's everything the company announced!
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Amazon is holding a virtual hardware event to take the place of its usual fall product showcase. We're rounding up everything announced right here.
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Amazon just wrapped up its fall hardware event, and it was packed with a number of big announcements. There were a number of new Echo devices, such as a spherical redesign of the tried-and-true Echo. Amazon also showed off improvements for Alexa, including new security features. We saw a bunch of new Ring devices — one of which was a drone that can autonomously fly around your home. And Amazon finally took the wraps off its long-rumored cloud gaming service, Luna. If you want the play-by-play, check out our live blog with commentary from Dieter Bohn and Nilay Patel. And if you want the rundown of the biggest news from the show, check it out right here: Amazon showed off a new, spherical Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot with... Continue reading…
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The new Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite, most likely. | Image: WinFuture.de Images of what appear to be a new Amazon Fire TV Stick have leaked ahead of the company’s hardware event this Thursday. WinFuture.de, which shared the pictures, says they show the upcoming “Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite” — a likely successor to the discontinued $35 second-generation Fire TV Stick. Visually there are no surprises here, with the design of the device barely changing from earlier models. The main differences are a new Amazon logo on the bottom of the remote, the removal of the power and volume buttons, and a new button with a TV icon. There are no leaked specs so we can only speculate about hardware changes. But it’s possible the new TV button will take viewers to Amazon’s growing selection of live TV broadcasts. As the company... Continue reading…
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A New Shepard flight on Thursday will break the mark for reusing rockets.
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Expect the Pixel 5, Nest Audio, and a merger of Android TV and Chromecast.
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Google has announced the date of its next hardware event -- to be held on September 30. From the Pixel 5 to a new Chromecast, here's everything we expect.
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Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Amazon’s fall Alexa hardware event is scheduled for September 24th at 1PM ET. It’s not clear exactly what might be revealed at the event — an invite sent to The Verge only said that Amazon’s Devices and Services team would be sharing “some news.” An Amazon spokesperson specified that the event is invite-only, however, which suggests it won’t be live streamed for the public. It seems likely we’ll see new smart speakers and smart displays of some kind. At last year’s event, for example, Amazon launched the high-end Echo Studio speaker, the Echo Show 8 smart display, and a third-generation Echo speaker. But Amazon could also show off some more surprising hardware; the company revealed the Echo Frames glasses, which had Alexa built in, and... Continue reading…
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From a small 12.5-inch Surface Laptop, a followup to the Surface Pro X, and more, this is a look at everything rumored for Microsoft's fall Surface event.
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Ad giant takes aim at the meeting room – even though nobody's there Keen to remind everyone that Google Meet is still a thing in a world seemingly obsessed with Zoom, the Chocolate Factory has announced hardware for anyone trying to run its video conferencing service.…
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AMD CEO Lisa Su has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for next year's digital-only event
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But we don't know yet when it will launch.
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