Google announced a bunch of products, Snapchat might be making a big move, and Samsung is on fire. Our weekly tech news quiz.
Posted on October 7, 2016, at 2:49 p.m. ET
Seriously, it's like sneakers/sweatpants for your face.
Meet Pixel, Google's newest smartphone.
Google's smartphone comes with unlimited photo storage, Google Assistant, and a stabilizing camera.
Home will compete with Amazon's Echo speaker with Alexa voice control.
Home is a voice-controlled speaker that STRONGLY resembles Amazon's popular black cylinder.
No smart lights from Google yet
Google announced Google Wifi, Chromecast Ultra, and an update to Google Assistant on Tuesday in a addition to Pixel and Google Home.
Oops! Yahoo helped the US government spy on its users.
It came to light this week that Yahoo had built a custom software for US intelligence to spy on Yahoo users' email accounts.
No children were harmed in the exploding of this phone
Also, can we talk about how a REPLACEMENT phone exploded?! Those are supposed to be the safe ones.
Uber and Summit are reducing prices for rides to the local train station. The ride-sharing company is looking to expand from urban centers to more spread out communities.
A smooth $25 billion
Like, whoa. And it could happen as early as March.
Blake Montgomery is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco.
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