Amazon introduces a ton of new stuff, Facebook Dating goes live
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Amazon just introduced a ton of new products.
There's the new Echo Sub a 100 watt wireless subwoofer that can connect to one or two Echo speakers.
Amazon also introduced its own microwave that can be controlled using a device like an Echo.
The Echo Show, Dot and Plus all received re-designs.
If you wanted an echo in your car, there's the new echo auto.
Amazon also introduced a fire tv device called the fire tv recast.
It's a DVR that can stream content to other fire tv devices.
That's just some of what Amazon introduced.
We've got full coverage at cnet.com.
The Apple iPhone 10S and 10S Max are now available in stores.
The two devices look a lot like the iPhone 10 but featured new finishes and better internals.
The latest iPhones have surprisingly good camera improvements, outshining last year's iPhone 10.
Face ID is also faster than before.
The new iPhones runs Apple's latest version of iOS, iOS 12.
If you've got a semi-recent iPhone or iPad, you can upgrade to iOS 12 right now by heading to your Settings app.
Facebook launched its new matchmaking feature, Facebook Dating.
Right now it's limited to the country of Colombia.
Facebook dating can be found within the main Facebook app.
Users can create profiles for Facebook dating that will be separate from their regular Facebook accounts.
The feature matches people to others who are not currently their Facebook friends.
No word when Facebook dating will expand to other countries.
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