A gaggle of new Google devices

New devices were losing from the sky faster than leaves falling from the bushes. Last week, it changed into Google’s flip to unharness its latest merchandise. But, new flagship smartphones weren’t the only element happening in Tech Land last week. Here’s a look at the belongings you overlooked—and a video of a robotic going for walks around all around the location.

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Facebook announced a video-calling tool for your property.

The week didn’t stop all that nicely for Facebook. On Friday, the organization introduced that facts from more or less 30 million accounts were given into the fingers of malicious folks (right here’s a way to see if you were one of the sufferers). Earlier in the week, however, the enterprise celebrated its new hardware services, Portal and Portal+. Both devices are video-calling stations with microphones and cameras (which you may flip off) that you’re presupposed to installing your property. Yes, those announcements passed off inside the identical week. No, the timing became now not extraordinary.

Dyson made an air-powered curling iron.

If there’s one issue Dyson certainly seems to love, it’s air usage to push and pull matters around. First, it changed into dust with its vacuums, then water with its hand dryers. Last week, the corporation brought a tool designed to style long hair with airflow in preference to heat. The $500 Airwrap styler creates a vortex of air around its cylindrical frame that creates huge curls without the risk of sizzling your locks. If my mother had this after I turned five, I wouldn’t have a burn scar on my arm at the moment.

Microsoft reportedly constant its Windows 10 replace and started out rolling it out again
The first time Microsoft started imparting up its contemporary Windows 10 replace, a few humans observed that a malicious program deleted some files from their documents folders. After a brief pause to find a fix, the update commenced making its manner to computer systems another time.

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Intel brought its first Core i9 processors.

There have been some thrilling improvements in processing products these days, and now Intel has announced its first Core i9 chips optimized for immediate gaming performance. If you really want bragging rights, purchase the most steeply-priced one (approximately $six hundred), after which positioned its call in your signature at the PC gaming forums you frequent.

The Boston Dynamics robot did a few fancy jogging.

It’s ad infinitum enjoyable to watch a robot run around. Perhaps, although it’s no longer quite as exciting as watching a robot fall, however, this clip of a Boston Dynamics Atlas robot making his satisfactory Ninja Warrior impact continues to be a pretty proper time.

Lego made a great Overwatch set.

Lego created a fixed committed to Overwatch individual, Bastion, on the alternative give up of the robot spectrum. The package even comes with enough blocks to make Bastion’s chook friend, Ganymede. It doesn’t do parkour, but it sure would look first-rate on a video-sport bric-a-brac shelf.

Nintendo released an easier version of Legend of Zelda for lazy quitters.

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Old video games were hard. In truth, some of them were really, clearly hard. Now, Nintendo is freeing a version of Legend of Zelda to the NES app on the Switch. The key distinction between the new edition and the unique is that you can now begin with a full inventory of money and weapons, such as the flowery mythical stuff that should help you cruise via the game and not using a problem. I get the appeal. However, I also pity those players as a way to by no means get the authentic NES experience of trying to crack your controller in 1/2 out of frustration.

Jason B. Barker

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