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21 October 2020

  • Fortnite Fortnitemares: Where To Find Candy Guide
    21 October 2020
    Fortnite players were already trying to trick-or-treat before the Fortnitemares event dropped today, but now they can actually do it in-game. The special Fortnitemares event spread candy all over the map and asked players to simply eat candy. This guide will ...
  • What's New With Windows? See 6 Top New Features in the October 2020 Update
    21 October 2020
    Microsoft's latest OS update, 20H2, offers a handful of welcome tweaks, and the more-compatible Chromium Edge browser replaces the legacy version. Here's what's worth checking out. Michael Muchmore. By Michael Muchmore. October 21, 2020. facebook.
  • 247 zeptoseconds: Scientists set a new record for the fastest event measured
    21 October 2020
    Even the most dedicated of timekeepers would struggle to record the event recently measured by researchers from Germany's Goethe University Frankfurt. That's putting it mildly. In fact, the event lasted just 247 zeptoseconds, a measure that, chances are, ...

Amazon drops up to $104 discount on these Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones
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Samsung remains one of the best rivals to Apple in terms of the best smartphones, and it shows no sign of slowing down. To counter the release of Apple’s latest flagship — the iPhone 11 series, Samsung is rolling out new feature updates on its Galaxy S10 lineup. These exciting features were initially introduced in the Galaxy Note 10 range, but the company decided to share it with their very own flagship smartphones to make it even more powerful. If you’re looking to get your hands on these latest smartphone deals, now is a great time as Amazon drops up to $104 off these Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones. We’ve listed them all here so you can check it out for yourself.

Amazon.com brings Alexa to Brazil, kicks off pre-orders for devices
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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc will launch its virtual assistant Alexa in Brazil starting this month, with plans for three different devices with the software installed, as it rapidly expands operations in Latin America’s largest economy.

The move comes only three weeks after the U.S. e-commerce giant introduced its Prime subscription service to Brazilian consumers (Learn the benefits of Prime Membership), toughening the competition with local retailers by offering unlimited nationwide free shipping and a maximum 48-hour delivery time in over 90 municipalities.

Google just hired a former Microsoft exec to lead G-Suite
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Google hired the former head of strategy for Microsoft's Office productivity software, enlisting a veteran tech exec to go after the very business he left a year ago amid a reorg.
Javier Soltero will oversee Google's G Suite of products, managing Google's productivity and collaboration tools for both enterprise customers and consumers. He will report to Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian, Google said.

Take $10 off your preorder of an Amazon Echo Dot with clock ($49.99)
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Late last month, Amazon announced a bevy of new and updated products falling under the "Echo" brand. Included in this list was the third-generation Echo Dot, now with a built-in clock. The Dot is already one of Amazon's best-selling Echo devices, and with this pre-order deal, you can snag one for $49.99 ($10 off).