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Louis Vuitton is making a big entry into the world of tech products, with a $2,890 Horizon Light Up Speaker.
Apple launched a new MagSafe battery pack for the iPhone 12. It costs $99 and is available on Apple.com.
Airbnb is welcoming its first fully 3D printed rental, the Fibonacci house, built by TAM and located in Canada.
Grubhub will start using Russian-made autonomous robots to deliver food across US college campuses this Fall.
Twitter is releasing 140 NFTs, matching its original character limit. However, you can't buy them. Instead, Twitter will be giving them away.
The new Tamagotchi lets you wear your pet on your wrist, control it with your voice, and it even has a pedometer!
Apple just announced AirTag, a new $29 Tile-like item tracker that will let you track your items within Apple's “Find My” app on iOS.
In celebration of the 35th Anniversary of "Raising Hell," hip-hop group RUN DMC has dropped a limited-edition collection of artwork NFTs.
You may soon be able to play your favorite fame using real bananas as Playstation controllers. Yes, you read that right.
Kings of Leon is about to make history as the first band to make an album available as an NFT on its release date.
Netflix confirmed it will launch a “Shuffle Play” feature in the first half of 2021, after testing the feature discreetly last year.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3, the “military-grade” 8-inch Android tablet, is now available in the US starting at $489.99.