(This was actually $15 during Prime Day 2019.) See our review of the Fire TV Stick. $25 at Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote: $20
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It’s more ambitious than the fixed route shuttles that have been available in a few places, though. This isn’t as aggressive a rollout as something like Waymo One, which represents full-fledged commercial service with more specific destinations. As such, it’s an indication of how self-driving tech is progressing. While it’ll still take a long time before you can hail a robotic ride on a whim, driverless systems are now far enough along that they more closely match the on-demand service you’d expect.
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-text c-gray-1″ >Square kept introducing new features for its Cash app over the past years until it’s no longer just meant for sending and receiving money from friends. Last year, the company launched the ability to instantly buy and sell bitcoin, allowing users to take a chance on cryptocurrency if they want to. Now, Square has revealed that it’s rolling out the ability to buy stocks from within the Cash app. Users don’t even have to invest money they can’t afford losing — say, over $1,000 to buy a single Google share — because it’ll allow them to buy fractions of stocks for as little as $1.
One of the reasons I’m mentioning the firmware is because Bose has issued software updates that are intended to fix some small problems that users were experiencing — they mainly involve audio syncing when using certain video apps and the left bud dropping out.
Square co-founder Jack Dorsey said the feature can make “buying stocks and building wealth accessible to more people.” The feature is making its way to all users “soon,” and the company is advising everyone interested to keep checking their application. – Cash App (@CashApp) October 24, 2019The company told The Verge that it won’t charge users for buying stocks, thereby making it a Robinhood competitor. Square has also released a simple guide to help those who don’t have experience with stocks get started, warning people that investing is risky and that they need to be patient.
The Free won’t actually be that expensive, selling for £120 (around $155 or AU$195), and will be available starting Oct. JBL says the Free will include JBL’s Signature Sound feature and we’ll be sure to check it out soon.
What’s great about them is that they comfortably lock the buds into your ears and seal out a good amount of ambient noise, maximizing sound quality without really jamming the tips into your ears. Like the SoundSport Wireless, the SoundSport Free are equipped with Bose’s StayHear+ Sport tips.
The older version of this puppy was selling for $50 at one point on Prime Day, but with a list price of $100, $60 isn’t half bad. See our Amazon Echo 2019 review. $35 at Amazon Amazon Echo (second-gen): $60
Ben Fox Rubin/CNET If you want a smart speaker with Alexa that has a little more oomph to its sound quality, the latest version of the original Echo might be the right choice for you.
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In other words, the automaker will use BotRide to shape its self-driving cars and services around real-world experiences, not just theoretical scenarios. The project isn’t meant to research the technology so much as it is the people using it — this will “study consumer behavior” when interacting with autonomous services, Hyundai’s Christopher Chang said.
See our hands-brunette toying on the couch preview of the 2019 Fire HD 10 Tablet review. $60 at Amazon Amazon Fire HD 10 Tablet: $100
The biggest tablet in Amazon’s lineup is the Fire HD 10. Normally $150, it’ll be 33% off during this sale period. This 10-inch model was just updated for 2019 with a faster processor and USB-C charging, too.