AirPods Pro hit this week for $249, Alphabet reportedly made an offer on Fitbit
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Apple's air pods pro will hit stores on October 30 for $249.
The newly designed air pods feature active noise cancellation and three different sizes of soft flexible tips.
They should also sound better with improved bass performance.
Included in the $249 price tag is a wireless charging case.
That stock surged on a report that Alphabet may be buying the company.
According to a Reuters article, Alphabet, that's Google's parent company, made an offer to buy Fitbit, though the specific terms were not disclosed.
The news drew the price of shares up nearly twenty-eight percent at the time of this reporting.
And finally Nvidia has debuted two new Nvidia Shield streaming devices, a shield TV, and TV pro.
Both promise improved performance and quality thanks to the shield's new Tegra X1 plus chip.
Also both features something in video is calling AI upscaling which uses a neural network to improve the quality of the video source 10 ATP or lower.
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