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Google has sent out invites for an event in New York on October 15th the company is expected to show off new Pixel phones and other made by Google devices.
The upcoming Pixel four has been a leak machine with new specific details surfacing about it on a seemingly daily basis Is the only thing that hasn't Lee get are the specifics on other Google products that will be announced on the 15th.
A week after Apple revealed the new iPhone 11th reviews are already out.
Many critics agree the cameras on the pro and pro max are among the best in the business.
The phones boast improved battery life and impressive low light modes, but might not be the must have upgrade for current iPhone users.
You can read the full review at CNET.
And finally, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has announced a plan to make the company carbon neutral by 2040.
The climate pledge announced by Bezos on Thursday included a $100 million investment in reforestation.
Plans to order 100,000 new electric delivery vans and a goal of running Amazon's global infrastructure with 100% renewable energy by 2030.
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