Fitbit has announced their latest fitness band, the Fitbit Charge 3.
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The Dell G5 Gaming with tons of storage and a GeForce GTX 1060 Ti is $880, and a Lenovo ideapad 330 is only $210.
Amazon is selling the Android 9 Pie-ready Essential Phone for just $224 today.
The Voxel Agents have announced the release date for their next puzzle-adventure game alongside a new Nintendo Switch version.
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ASUS has announced that it has added support for the 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors on X3999 series motherboards
The Apeman C550 offers good daytime and night video and an optional $13 GPS module. But the included rear camera is a throw-in that doesn't cut the mustard. Also, if you lose 12-volt power, as might happen in an accident, the Apeman stops recording.
Plantronics are bolstering their RIG headset lineup with several new entries in the form of the RIG 300 Series and the RIG 400 HC Pro.
Android 9 Pie (Go edition) comes with up to an additional 500MB out of the box compared to Oreo (Go edition), and more than twice what you’d find on a non-Go edition phone.
Razer have announced that the Nommo Pro speakers are available to purchase in Australia, exclusively from Razer.com.
Volareo has launched on crowdfunding site Indiegogo, starting from $99 USD for the early bird special.
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