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Amazon is looking to get further into the food business by borrowing some military technology called MATS, or microwave assisted thermal sterilization. This tech allows Amazon to ship food without the need for refrigeration. These meals will also have a shelf life of up to a year.
Exclusively at Verizon, Motorola is coming out with their Moto Mod Gamepad, a Mod accessory that will turn your smartphone into a full-fledged gaming system. It will run $80 and is scheduled to hit Verizon stores August 25th. You can pre-order now.
Fitbit smartwatch has been in the works for a while, and now we're seeing some real and definitive pictures of what it will probably look like. The device will sport GPS, a heart rate monitor and will be waterproof to 50 meters.
The Amazon Prime Air drones, those pilot-less little aircraft that deliver Amazon packages to people in remote areas, and they want to expand with mobile repair and charging stations as well as a flying warehouse in the form of a blimp. Tests have been going on for a while with these drones, and certainly, that's where the giant online retailer wants go with respect to delivering their millions of products to customers.
The $99 Nucleus Intercom is a modern take on the home intercom system, which uses your Wi-Fi network to link within the home or across the globe. It's available in black and white, supports Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, and is super easy to use.
YouTube just rolled out a new in-app YouTube Messaging and Sharing feature, much like Instagram, and YouTube's owner Google has been testing and previewing to users this feature for over a year now. Now, they are ready to launch this feature to people across the world.
Rumor has it that Apple will release a version of its iWatch with cellular network support built-in by the end of the year. While several Android smartwatch models already do this, many Apple fans have been screaming for this feature for a while.
Ecovacs recently introduced their flagship robotic vacuum, the Deebot R95, which comes in at a rather competitive price at $599, and has a ton of features to boot including a wet/dry mopping feature.
The Ultimate Nexus from Ultimate Campers may look small, but it's managed to squeeze a ton of functionality into that small space, giving campers things like a lounge area, a cooking area and even a king-size bed.
FINOW has always been one of the trailblazers of Android Smartphones, and now the company has doubled down on RAM and introducing the FINOW X5 Air, a watch with 2GB of onboard processing RAM and 16GB of storage. Mr. Ticks walks us through this new technology with a look at this upgrade to their tried and true X5 flagship device.