Xiaomos True Wireless "AirDots" Ear Plugs Cost Less Than $ 30
Xiaomo's latest budget offers are a pair of true earbuds that cost around $ 28 (depending on exchange rate). They are called AirDots, which seems confusing (or intentionally) similar to Apple's $ 159 AirPods. To further burn the comparisons, they also come in white and tout a minimal design, and they have a plastic box that also lets the little things. For now, the bids are set for launch in China, without words on a global launch.
Verizon cuts the price of its unlimited prepaid plan
Verizon (owner of Engadgets parent company – you know you read Engadget's newsletter, right?) Shakes up Prepaid plans with an emphasis on better value in height. In response to T-Mobile's competition, the price of Verin's unlimited plan has actually fallen by $ 10 to $ 65 when setting up Auto Pay – it's still more expensive than Metro, but closer. You also get an extra concert with the $ 45 plan.
You can have up to 10 lines in your account instead of the previous five, and you can add both tablets and hotspots to your account at the same prices as adding smartphone lines. That said, Metro takes unlimited options of $ 50 with Google One benefits, and AT & Ts unlimited prepaid tier is also cheaper at as little as $ 45.
Amazon sends toy catalog without prices before the holiday
PlayStation Classic, sliding phones, the resurrection of Palm. What's next? Return of the toy directory. In a way. Amazon will send out a toy catalog, minus the prices, before the holiday, which includes bonk's gift ideas for Richie Richs in this world and four 10 HD tabs for the rest of us. This is not an iPad, mom. It is not the same.
Animated & Super Mario Bros.. & # 39; The movie is currently scheduled for 2022
Nintendo and Universal s Mario Anime is still a few years away from the release, but the big question is how to make a movie better than the 1993 movie. According to the manufacturer, the answer is to put the creator Shigeru Miyamoto "front and middle" throughout the process. We will see if it works.
Waymo calls self-drive collision on annoying man
Waymo has admitted in a blog post that one of his test cars hit a mountain bike motorcycle. The company defended its technology in the mail, though, explaining that the incident was caused by human error. Apparently, the test driver took control of the vehicle after seeing a passenger car on the left that moved into the lane.
As far as Waymo was worried while the situation challenged the test driver, the data suggested that autonomous technology could see the situation evolving thanks to the 360 degree sensor vision and would have responded safely.
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