Last Week In Tech: Facebook Dating, Fast Cars And Android 10
Sept. 12, 2019
Can you imagine Mark Zuckerberg playing cupid? Get ready for Facebook’s ( News - Alert ) new dating service that was rolled out earlier last week. The service lets the users add friends on a secret crush list, and it sends them alerts on their phone to end your romantic comedy phase and finally begin your lives. The service made Facebook dominate last week’s tech news, just as Apple is expected to dominate the cycle this week thanks to the launch of their new iPhone ( News - Alert ) unveiled on Tuesday.
Here are the top stories making headlines last week in tech circles:
Samsung Announces they’ve Fixed the Galaxy Fold
Earlier this year, Samsung ( News - Alert ) launched its foldable Smartphone that generated excitement that hard to come by especially with so many tech products out there. That’s mainly because Samsung added a unique feature at a time when most creators are relying on incremental camera upgrades, and minor spec bumps to differentiate them. The company was eager to show its users that they can access the NY Online casinos with the new and improved Samsung Galaxy Fold unveiled at the IFA tradeshow in Europe last week
After unveiling the review units, the Galaxy Fold broke almost immediately, leaving Samsung with no choice than to push its launch further. However, the new Fold comes with reinforced hinges, and there are no visible edges on its screen protector. This new gadget is already available in Korea and soon coming to your country.
Sonos Unveiled their First Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Last week, Sonos continued to showcase their expertise in the audio industry by unveiling their first portable Bluetooth speaker known as the Sonos Move. The $400 piece of audio tech looks a bit chunky and weighs around six pounds, standing 10-inches high. Its specs are slightly outrageous, though the performance is quite impressive.
Porshe Unveils Their First All-Electric Beast
While Bugatti recently pushed out their new version of their Chiron supercar to clock over 300 mph, it wasn’t the only exciting news in the automobile market. Porsche finally launched their all-electric Taycan car that it has been teasing their enthusiasts with for the last few months.
The performance version of the Taycan tops 161 mph and can also give you 0 – 60 mph in less than three seconds. It also boasts of a super-fast charging system that won’t leave you stranded at fancy get-togethers or anywhere else that people who afford six-figure price tags hang out.
Nintendo Showcases Their New Exercising Switch Accessory
Motion controls have been one of the biggest selling points for Nintendo Switch, giving them opportunities that other consoles can’t match. Last week, the company teased their fans with their new flexible hoop peripheral, which turns your gaming console into an exercise device. Officials detail that the device will be officially unveiled this week.
Android 10 is Here
If you’re using a Google ( News - Alert ) Pixel phone, it might the right time to make your way onto the latest android version. Those not on Pixel phone might need to be a bit patient, but they’ll probably get to Android ( News - Alert ) 10 eventually.
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