A new Spectacles is coming, Sega Genesis Mini first take
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Guess what, they're still making Snapchat spectacles.
Due to ship out this fall, the third generation glasses will capture snaps in 3D, and transform them in the app to give them unique 3D effects.
Two HD cameras will be mounted to the side of each lens One of the first spectacles went on sale for $100.
These new ones are going to set you back 380.
A new report by cyber security company tenable says scammers have taken notice of the social network Tick Tock.
One scam involves earning money by referring people from Tick Tock to Snapchat, and eventually adult dating sites.
Another scam saw Tick Tock influencers being impersonated.
In a statement.
A spokesperson for Tick Tock said we flag and remove most spam accounts before they can reach users feeds.
And we continuously improve our protections.
And finally, getting a first look at the Sega Genesis mini celebration of the 30 year old console that competed with Nintendo in the 80s and 90s.
Of course, the Genesis Mini takes a page from the NES and SNES Classic and will go for $80 when it's released on September 19th.
42 games will be packed inside, including titles like Sonic the Hedgehog of course and Ecco the Dolphin.
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