The Morning After – Engadget

by Joseph K. Clark

Everyone else is doing it, so naturally, it appears that Google is lining up a custom chip to power upcoming Pixel phones. Has the details on what “Whitechapel” might be when Google’s new mobiles launch this fall. Still, really I’m just excited to see what is possible when Android hardware and software development works so closely together.

Apple’s growing reliance on custom hardware has had benefits in battery life and performance. Hopefully, if it comes to the Android side, it benefits Google’s own phones and those made by other manufacturers. Still, any Pixel 6 launch is months away, so there’s plenty of time left to speculate while re-reading Amazon’s “” for tweeting that its workers don’t pee in bottles.


And the price of Anker’s AirPods Pro rivals dropped down to $100.

Apple’s MacBook Pro M1 returned to its all-time-low price of and the new, swiveling Echo Show 10 received its first discount since debuting in February, dropping to. Amazon knocked down the costs of its Fire tablets, too, including the Fire HD 10, which. Here are all the best deals from the week that you can still snag today, and remember to follow on Twitter for more updates. Continue reading.

Not an April Fool joke.

Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg official mini-fridges if the company won a Twitter brand competition, and he’s being true to his word. Greenberg that Microsoft would “move forward” with plans for the Series X fridges. He didn’t offer prices, availability, or even a glimpse at the fridges. Still, it’s safe to presume they’ll be easier to accommodate at home than the full-size fridges Microsoft made to capitalize on internet memes.
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