Google has finally rolled out their Night Sight to the Pixel camera via a software update.
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DJI will offer discounted prices on its drones, handheld products and accessories, as part of its Black Friday promotion.
JBL have introduced the Everest 710GA headphones, a new set of over-ear headphones that feature on-board Google Assistant.
Signify has announced two new iterations to its Philips Hue range, Hue White and Colour ambiance candle and Hue White Ambiance Spot.
Intel Extreme Masters is returning to Sydney on May 3-5, 2019.
D-Link has launched the new Viper 2600 High Power Wi-Fi Gigabit Modem Router.
Telstra has enabled voice commands for the Telstra TV through Google Assistant that match the features customers are most likely to use.
Tidal has announced the launch of the Tidal app for Samsung Wearable Devices.
JBL has introduced Free X, its new pair of true wireless in-ear lifestyle headphones.
Microsoft Windows 10 Insider build 18282 adds several new conveniences, including a long-awaited intelligent Windows Update that won't unexpectedly download and install updates. There's a light theme, too.
Amazon is selling the Anker PowerPort 6 Lite 6-port USB hub for just $12 today, after a $4 discount and a $4 coupon.
Battlefield V isn't even technically out yet, but it's already the first game to support DXR ray tracing and Nvidia's GeForce RTX technology.
Walmart has a 27-inch Dell 1080p FreeSync monitor for $119, while Newegg has a more deluxe 27-inch FreeSync monitor for $200.
Microsoft has re-released the Windows 10 October 2018 update after more than a month's delay, saying it's upgraded its bug-testing procedures.
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