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From black holes to donut holes, its been an eventful week in tech. At its Alexa display, Amazon presented whatever from eyeglasses and finger rings to night-lights and canine tags. Google stated “take that!” to Apple Arcade and revealed Play Pass, a membership service for video games and apps in the Play Store. And on the major side, Juul’s CEO stepped down in the middle of growing alarm over vaping, while Facebook stated it will not fact-check political leaders’ posts.

That’s not all, though: Samsung’s revamped Galaxy Fold went on sale in the United States, Match.com got took legal action against over allegations of incorrect marketing, and Apple enthusiasts continued the custom of lining up for a brand-new iPhone (in spite of the idea that by now the routine might’ve ended up being a little unneeded and unusual).

Oh, and let’s not forget that rather frightening robotic canine. (Or is it wonderful?) Here are a few of our most appealing stories from the week that was:

In an unique interview, Zuckerberg describes the course from VR to AR and why Facebook’s doubling down on its popular Quest headset.

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The business dealt with cops and cities to attempt to integrate in this real-time function, e-mails revealed.


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Her weapons of option? Sony A7 III and A9 mirrorless electronic cameras — and Instagram.


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Commentary: It may be the tiniest action Alexa’s ever taken — however it’s likewise sly wise.


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Three thousand individuals appeared in Rachel, Nevada, to commemorate all things alien, and the residents needed to handle the extremely genuine side of a web meme.


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The pizza chain is asking the Supreme Court to examine a case that might press service sites to much better serve individuals with impairments.

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The world’s boldest rock climber is utilizing his newly found popularity to assist alter the world.


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Commentary: When you make $10 million a year playing computer game, what have you got to lose?

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