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Amazon is working on a network of satellites to provide a broadband internet to millions.
It's called the Project Kuiper and Amazon says, it hopes to provide low latency, high speed broadband connectivity to unserved and undeserved communities around the world.
This is a long term project that will take years to complete.
Apple's cut the price of its Siri powered speaker, the Homepod.
When introduced in February 2018, the device cost $349.
The new price is $299.
The price change appears to be in effect worldwide.
Home pod has plenty of competition in these smart speaker space with Google and Amazon chugging along with much cheaper alternatives.
Snap is revving up SnapChat.
First up, SnapChat is getting ten new original shows, including a new teen soap opera and a daily afternoon news show by Buzzfeed.
Then there's snap games launching with six titles.
One is called BitMoji party, which resembles Nintendo's Mario Party.
Snap also is introducing more augmented reality functions.
The company says you can scan a math problem to get help or even scan a product to find on Amazon.
On the fun side Snap has new filters for landmarks.
So if you've ever wanted to see the Eifel Tower dance.
You're in luck
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