Jul 11th 2019
Tech News Weekly 90
Oh Snap, Nintendo
- (01:16) Apple announced new MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs, but the old MacBook is going away and that is an opportunity for change according to Raymond Wong from Mashable.
- (14:39) Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica talks about the sacrifices that Nintendo made to bring the Switch Lite to release.
- (20:54) Facebook is striking deals behind the scenes to bring exclusive VR versions of Assassin's Creed and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell to the Oculus catalog.
- (23:48) Google made a change to its Stadia FAQ that reveals a bit more about what game ownership on the cloud platform actually means.
- (28:52) CNET's Dan Ackerman talks about Amazon's upcoming Prime Day, some of the deals that can be found, and how to get in on the action even if you aren't a Prime member.
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- Apple launches $1,099 MacBook Air, gives cheapest MacBook Pro a Touch Bar
- Killing the 12-inch MacBook is Apple's big chance to hit reset on its laptops
- Nintendo confirms portable-only, $200 “Switch Lite” for September
- Next on Facebook’s Shopping List: Acquisitions to Beef Up Gaming
- Google speaks to fuzzy game-ownership question in new Stadia FAQ
- Best Prime Day deals: Instant Pot, Recast DVR, a free Echo, iPads, AirPods, Marvel movies and more
- Prime Day 2019: Don't miss a single deal when sales start July 15
- Get Amazon Prime Day deals without being a member
- Hands-on with the new Apple MacBook Air and MacBook Pro