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Roku's slew of new product announcements now include 4K HDR functionality starting at just $40.
Roku is also adding support for Google assistant soon making the line of Roku products that much more powerful.
The Roku Premiere is available for pre-order now.
And for a look at the rest of the new Roku family head over to CNET.
Apple's latest operating system, Mojave, just received its anticipated dark mode through a software update.
When activated, the look of the OS changes nearly system-wide making text lighter and backgrounds darker.
Our reviewers says photos and album are really pops against the black background.
Safari probably feels the change the least, but the system's dynamic wallpaper also compliments the mode as the day goes on.
And finally, Snapchat is testing a feature that will let you shop for items you photograph on Amazon.
The mode can be activated via snapping a barcode or a product it recognizes.
If there is a match, an Amazon card will show up on screen and let you jump over to the product page.
Look for the feature to be rolled out slowly.
You can stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.
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