Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL Review: Slightly Insufficient Taste of the Future
The Pixel 4 series as a whole gathers enough new tricks and advances to excite even the cautious Pixel fans. It's fast, thoughtful, and takes advantage of additions such as a large 90Hz screen and the ambitious MotionSense system ̵
Surface Pro 7 Review: USB-C Upgrade, Battery Reduction
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 7 is almost the same as Surface Pro 6, with one important difference: USB-C. You'll also get improved performance and microphones, but at the expense of battery life – and that can be a deal-breaker for many of you. Review editor Cherlynn Low says the Pro 7 is a good hybrid computer, especially for those who are waiting for the new port, but otherwise it's not worth the $ 750 to upgrade.
Sunday Riley tackles FTC over fraudulent skin care reviews
Sunday skincare maker Sunday Riley has agreed with the FTC over reports that it ordered employees to post fake reviews on Sephora's website in an attempt to boost sales . Managers and Sunday Riley themselves are reported to be creating fake accounts to post reviews of expensive products between 2015 and 2017 and are urging employees to do the same. They also asked employees not to like the negative reviews to download them, according to the FTC, and even resorted to using a VPN to mask their identity after Sephora noticed earlier fake reviews.
Fire tablets from Amazon and Kindles are on sale for everyone
Fire 7 was cheap at the beginning and with a $ 10 discount (now $ 40), it's a bargain. If you're looking for a bigger screen and a longer battery life, there's also $ 20 than the larger Fire 8 (now $ 60). The newest Kindle comes with a built-in dark reading headlight for $ 25 (now $ 65), while the Kindle Paperwhite with a non-glare display shrinks by $ 40 (now $ 90).
The big picture: One star dies violently and leaves behind that "fluffy" ball
The stars die all the time, but the untimely passage of SN 1572, also known as Tycho Supernova, is probably the most famous This is because it is relatively close to us in the constellation Cassiopeia of Milk and then, when it exploded in 1572, it became the brightest object of the night sky for the second time, and NASA recently took another look at SN 1572 using the 20-year-old, still-functioning Chandra X-ray Observatory.
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