Apple Watch reviews are in, PlayStation Classic announced
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Reviews of Apple Series 4 smart watch are in that mostly very positive.
The viewers praised the device for its impressive screen, strong battery life and great health tracking features but ECGs won't be available for another month or so Starting a four hundred dollars, it's still an expensive device, but easily the best watch the company has ever made.
Popular online retailer Newegg suffered a hack that compromised many of its customers' credit card information.
Malicious code installed on the site intercepted payment information, but it's unclear how many customers were hit.
The attack occurred between August 14th until September 18th Amazon will hold an event today but we're not totally sure what will be announced there has been speculation and rumours that it can involve a totally new line of a list of products We'll have to wait and see, and of course CNet will be on hand, covering it live.
And finally, in a surprise announcement Sony has revealed plans to release a classic version of the company's first console, the original 1994 Playstation.
Packed with 20 preloaded games, 2 replica controllers and suspension functionality, the Playstation Classic will ship on December 3rd.
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