Google Pixel 3A prices may have leaked, Buzz Aldrin says to get to Mars
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A YouTuber says he has received some information about the rumored Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL.
He posted images of the packaging and says that the 3a will start at $399 With the larger model at $479.
Google is expected to introduce two midrange Pixels on May 7th.
Images of what looks to be these phones have been leaking steadily for the past few weeks.
Buzz Aldrin has penned an op-ed piece in the Washington Post.
In it, he calls for missions to Mars by, quote, living, breathing, walking, talking, caring, and daring men and women.
He says that Mars should become a serious focus of the US and that we should be preparing for a permanent migration to that planet.
A new report by data firm counterpoint says that smartwatch shipments increased 48% worldwide compared to the same time last year.
Apple is the dominant player, with over 35% of smart watches sold in the first quarter of 2019.
Samsung is the number two player with just over 11%.
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