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MacBook Air reviews are in.
And despite the substantially higher starting price, critics are enjoying the laptop's smaller and lighter build, better display, faster processors, bigger touchpad.
That said, it's shallow butterfly keyboard and limited port offerings Feel like a bit of a step back from the previous MacBook Air.
Amazon is mailing out it's first ever physical toy catalogue to millions of homes entitled Holiday of Play.
It leans into the classic holiday season big box retailer catalogues of yesteryear.
There's one thing left out though.
Instead, you'll need to go online to see how much everything costs.
And finally, at Samsung's Developer Conference, the company showed off a foldable Android phone.
It was a 4.5 inch screen for use when the phone is closed, and when opened up, there's a flexible 7.3 inch screen.
Samsung showed off that three apps can be run at one time with such a large screen, The device itself was disguised by Samsung so expect the final version to be more sleek.
Samsung will release a folded phone most likely next year.
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