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Anker’s custom wireless charger for the undisclosed second-gen Amazon Echo Buds is leaking entirely

Just yesterday, we saw the FCC file for a new Anker PowerWave wireless banking pad mentioning an unannounced second-generation Echo Buds with wireless billing itself in the name. That charger has since leaked entirely to a list of Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) found by GizmoChina. The WPC list obtained today includes product rendering at the top of this post giving …

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Is the New Google Fi Phone Plan a Good Deal?

I generally don’t think much about smartphone payment plans. Unless you score a sweet deal from the carrier, you may not be able to save you any money. And if you get stuck in a contract without an early payment option, you will be disappointed with the device until it is paid for, whether you like it or not. You …

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2020 iPad Air vs. iPad Pro: Hand Comparison

Apple announced the new fourth generation iPad Air in September, but the new tablets only started shipping to customers last Friday. We picked one up and thought we’d make a hands-on comparison to the iPad Pro, which was last updated in March, because both tablets are about one strong and share a lot of similarities. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube …

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Apple Files Mystery ‘Personal Computer’ Placeholder Name ‘B2002’ in Bluetooth Product Database

Last week, a listing appeared in the Bluetooth product database for an Apple product with the placeholder name “B2002” and a model number “TBD.” MacRumors has been alerted to the list of health and fitness tech website MyHealthyApple. The product is filed under the “personal computer” category, which Apple has used for previous Mac and iPad listings in the database, …

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Facebook Streaming Game Streaming

Facebook Gaming has launched many cloud-streaming games on the Facebook browser and app. In a blog post, Facebook explained some details about the goals and expectations for cloud gaming. Currently, five games support cloud streaming via Facebook. The lineup includes Asphalt 9: Legends, Mobile Legends: Adventure, PGA Tour Golf Shootout, Solitaire: Arthur’s Tale, and WWE SuperCard.Facebook plans to launch more …

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