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The new Amazon Echo officially has a name.
The Echo Show is the company's first Echo with a screen and will release on June 28th for $230.
Along with the Echo Show comes Amazon's free voice call feature which will let anyone with an Alexa app or an Echo or Echo Dot Use video calling.
Preorders for the Echo Show start now.
Snapchat's latest feature seems to eliminate the very thing the service was originally known for.
No longer will videos and photos have a viewing time limit, instead users can view a given video or photo forever.
But with the catch now being it will only disappear once it's closed.
Finally, a new startup called Current is launching a debit card and an app that aims to teach kids about the value of money management.
The card is replenished by parents and can use chores and other tasks to unlock cash for their kids.
The service will cost $5 a month with options for less if you pay for a year up front.
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