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At an event at the company's headquarters in Seattle, Amazon debuted a surprising number of new devices, including new echo products, a Smart Oven, a nightlight, earbuds and even a dog tracker.
Perhaps the most wild product announcement were echo frames A way to interact with Alexa through your eye glasses.
There's a lot to see, so be sure to check out CNet's ongoing coverage of that massive event.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold finally has a US release date.
The quote, unquote fixed version of the Fold will hit on September 27th from $1980.
You'll remember the Galaxy Fold almost made it to retail earlier in the year until reviewers experienced multiple issues with the devices at which point Samsung delayed the release all together.
And finally MacRumors is reporting that the next iPhone will change drastically as noted by industry analyst Ming Chi Kuo.
That change could result in the return of the device's metal frame, and also bring along a sapphire or glass cover assembly.
While it's still early, the news has sparked concerns of price increases.
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