MacOS Catalina has arrived, Amazon's first kids' Kindle
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Mac OS Catalina is officially out, and brings with it a number of notable changes.
The slow evaporation of iTunes is nearly complete with media being broken up into different apps, music, podcasts, TV, and books.
The update also lets users turn their iPad into a second Mac display or use it as a drawing tablet.
Catalina also paves the way for Apple Arcade, a new game subscription service, that works across Apple platforms.
For a full review of the new OS, head over to CNET.
The new Kindle Kids Edition includes the entry level Kindle, bundled with a case Free year of Amazon's free time unlimited subscription service and a two year free replacement guarantee.
It's available for pre order right now for $110 and will ship October 30.
At this time, though, there's no plans to offer other Kindles under the kids edition.
And finally, Sonos is launching a new service called Sonos flex.
It aims to let customers rent Sonos speakers on a monthly basis For now, it's only going to be offered in the Netherlands, but it's possible it could expand.
Sonos Flex currently features three different rental setups depending on the use case.
For example, there's a room plan, a TV plan, or a home theater plan.
All plans range in price from 16 to $55 a month.
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