Amazon drops up to $104 discount on these Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones
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Samsung remains one of the best rivals to Apple in terms of the best smartphones, and it shows no sign of slowing down. To counter the release of Apple’s latest flagship — the iPhone 11 series, Samsung is rolling out new feature updates on its Galaxy S10 lineup. These exciting features were initially introduced in the Galaxy Note 10 range, but the company decided to share it with their very own flagship smartphones to make it even more powerful. If you’re looking to get your hands on these latest smartphone deals, now is a great time as Amazon drops up to $104 off these Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones. We’ve listed them all here so you can check it out for yourself.

Amazon.com brings Alexa to Brazil, kicks off pre-orders for devices
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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc will launch its virtual assistant Alexa in Brazil starting this month, with plans for three different devices with the software installed, as it rapidly expands operations in Latin America’s largest economy.

The move comes only three weeks after the U.S. e-commerce giant introduced its Prime subscription service to Brazilian consumers (Learn the benefits of Prime Membership), toughening the competition with local retailers by offering unlimited nationwide free shipping and a maximum 48-hour delivery time in over 90 municipalities.

Android users need to avoid these apps before they get ripped off
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There are so many ways that infected apps can affect you without your knowledge. They can play ads on your phone in the background making money for the bad actors causing the handset to lag and suffer from a rapidly draining battery. Or they can use a premium messaging platform to send texts that you'll be charged for. And some of these apps will disappear once you install them and with no icon in the app drawer, uninstalling them becomes more complicated.

Take $10 off your preorder of an Amazon Echo Dot with clock ($49.99)
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Late last month, Amazon announced a bevy of new and updated products falling under the "Echo" brand. Included in this list was the third-generation Echo Dot, now with a built-in clock. The Dot is already one of Amazon's best-selling Echo devices, and with this pre-order deal, you can snag one for $49.99 ($10 off).


Huawei Mate 30 Pro drops Google Apps, keeps Android. Check it out
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Can Huawei make great phones without the full power of Google's Android operating system behind it? We're about to find out. The Chinese giant on Thursday unveiled the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro, its latest flagship phones, at an event in Munich. The phones will ship with state-of-the-art hardware, including four rear cameras, but without full Android support. The Mate 30 phones are based on Android open source, meaning they will still function like Androids.

You Can Now Apply to McDonalds With an Amazon Alexa Device
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Finding a job can sometimes be a challenge and while there are various factors that come into play regarding gaining employment, one thing that is almost always a constant is that you have to get out there and put in some applications. Depending on what kind of work you're going out far, applying for a job can mean filling out an application in person or online, but for people looking to get a job at McDonald's, there's a new way to try to get a job: by talking to your smart device. The Chicago-based fast food chain recently announced the McDonald's Apply Thru, available on Amazon's Alexa and the Google Assistant.


Google, Alexa And Siri Warning: Nasty New Scam Calls
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Another security issue has hit leading voice assistants—and this time it isn't manufacturers recording our conversations. A new scam has been exposed, where fraudsters are hiding behind convenient auto-dial features to lure unsuspecting users into a trap. The fraudsters have realized that people search for businesses and then call them, all without viewing the online entry for the business itself. And that has opened up a major risk that those businesses are not what they might seem.