Amazon's Eero purchase, Apex Legends' rapid success
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With an agreement to buy home wifi maker Eero, Amazon finds itself a quick and easy solution to get a grasp on that market, one dominated by competition.
The deal has drawn some criticism though being met with privacy concerns about how Amazon might use the information it now has much easier access to.
The instantly successful Battle Royale game APEX Legends has had an impressive start raking in 25 million sign ups in just one week.
It took Fortnite three months to reach 30 million players.
Apex has even eclipsed Fortnite in spectating.
It's now the most-watched game on Twitch.
Apex is the hottest game right now, there's no doubt, but can it sustain the momentum?
And finally, to the surprise of no one, a massive Samsung Galaxy leak has surfaced.
Just a week before its debut, specs seem to line up with what was already suspected including a 3 skew launch the S10, S10 essential, and S10+.
For more technical details and the list of colors of phone will be offered in.
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