Amazon says it takes privacy seriously, Mac OS Catalina may arrive this week
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While Amazon had plenty of new Alexa focus smart products to announce last week, the company also carved out some time to talk about privacy.
Hardware chief David Lim says.
Amazon is taking customer privacy seriously.
Introducing features like auto deleting recordings, preventing Alexa to turn on and unintended times.
To read up on what else Amazon is planning to increase privacy, head over to CNet.
The next version of Apple's Mac OS Catalina might be arriving as early as the end of this week.
Which would give Mac users the chance to play Apple arcade games on their desktop or laptop machine.
In fact, it was an apple arcade promo on the Danish language site for Catalina that tipped off Mac rumors that an October 4 release date for the OS was possible.
And finally, to the surprise of no one, Netflix has confirmed there will be in fact, the season for a stranger things because of course, there will be.
A teaser video suggests the next chapter will take the show out of the Hawkins, Indiana setting and it's resided in the first three seasons.
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