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The best Prime Early Access deals on Amazon devices

Amazon’s latest ad-supported Kindle Paperwhite is on sale right now for $99.99 instead of $139.99. | Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge If you missed out on the steep discounts we saw on Amazon devices during Prime Day, it appears you have another chance. That’s because many of the same deals we saw in July are currently resurfacing in the run-up to Amazon’s Prime Early Access Sale (aka, Prime Day 2.0), which is set to take place next week on October 11th and 12th. What’s more,...

FCC threatens to block calls from carriers for letting robocalls run rampant

Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge The Federal Communications Commission is threatening to block calls from voice service providers that have yet to take meaningful action against illegal robocalls. On Monday, the FCC announced that it was beginning the process to remove providers from the agency’s Robocall Mitigation Database for failing to fully implement STIR/SHAKEN anti-robocall protocols into their networks. If the companies fail to meet these requirements over the next two weeks,...

Intel’s self-driving company Mobileye files for an IPO

A Mobileye self-driving vehicle. | Image: Mobileye, an Intel company Intel’s self-driving technology firm Mobileye has filed for an initial public offering (IPO), according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (via CNBC). The Israel-based company, which Intel acquired for $15.3 billion in 2017, specializes in making the chips and software that powers autonomous vehicles. According to Bloomberg, Intel initially expected the IPO to value Mobileye at $50 billion, but later...

The package-tracking Eufy Dual video doorbell is $50 off and doesn’t require a monthly fee

The Eufy Dual utilizes a second lens, aimed downward, for watching over packages. | Photo by Jennifer Pattison Tuohy / The Verge It’s the first of October, which means it’s officially Spooky Season. And while I’m sure all of us are excited to put up our fearsome 12-foot skeletons, there’s nothing fun about the fear of having a package stolen off your porch. A video doorbell is a good way to keep a watchful eye over your front stoop. The wired version of the Eufy Dual video doorbell...

I fell in love with Stadia right as it shut down

Image: Google Google is shutting down Stadia, its polarizing cloud gaming service, only four weeks after the company’s target audience of me, Makena Kelly, actually started using it. When Stadia was announced in 2019, Google pitched it as the future of gaming, providing a more accessible alternative to expensive PC rigs or whatever $500 next-gen console iteration was on the horizon. And when Stadia finally launched, it worked. Sure, features were missing, and connections were shaky, but...

Democrats demand FTC probe Amazon-iRobot deal

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Federal Trade Commission is facing mounting pressure to block Amazon’s proposed $1.65 billion purchase of iRobot, the company behind Roomba autonomous vacuums. In a letter to FTC Chair Lina Khan on Thursday, a group of Democratic lawmakers argued that the proposed merger would unfairly bolster Amazon’s dominance in the smart home market by acquiring one of the company’s leading competitors. They also criticized Amazon’s data privacy and...

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