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This all-time low on Apple’s 4K Retina iMac delivers solid value at $899

Deals. You can get the mid-2017 4K Retina iMac for $899 shipped at B&H which is a good $400 off. This is the 3GHz/8GB/1TB variant.

According to a new report, Nintendo is producing two new variants of the Switch outside a China to comply with the US trade demands. One of these variants is a high end model and the other one a cheaper variant focused on portability. Nintendo is moving the production to Southeast Asia. Other companies like GoPro and Google are doing the same.

States Sue To Block Sprint T-Mobile Merger, Putting Deal In Jeopardy

2019 iPhone 11R battery will be 5% larger than the one inside the iPhone Xr

Story of the day:

Tencent, Xiaomi And Oppo Testing Huawei’s ‘60% Faster’ Android OS, Report Claims

According to the Global Times, Tencent, Xiaomi and OPPO are already testing Huawei’s Hongmeng OS and claim that it will be 60% faster, which was also backed up by Richard Yu. However, no substantial evidence has been found on this being true and could just be for PR. We heard that it may launch with the Mate 30 Pro but the report claims the P40 might be a safer bet.

 


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