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Google announces Stadia launch date

Published on 10/15/2019 @ 10 AM EST

During today's Made by Google event, Google kicked off by announcing that Stadia will be available on November 19, 2019. Users who pre-order will have first access to Stadia Founder's Edition. The orders will be shipped in the order in which they were pre-ordered.

Google Titan security key gets upgrade

Published on 10/15/2019 @ 9 AM EST

The latest security key comes with a USB-C connector, modernizing the product for newer devices. With Google’s technology, this security key is able to thwart online threats of phishing and attacks while many brands recommend the use of a security key. The Titan USB-C launches today for $40.

Harley-Davidson pauses electric motorcycles

Published on 10/15/2019 @ 9 AM EST

Delayed due to issues with charging, the motorcycle brand says LiveWire bikes are safe to ride, though they’ll also be delaying deliveries. Those who already own the bikes are told to only charge them at dealerships to avoid issues.

GoFundMe announces Charity plans

Published on 10/15/2019 @ 9 AM EST

Launching in November, GoFundMe Charity is a fundraising platform exclusively for nonprofit organizations. The charities will be able to choose from two plan options, one with no platform fee and the other with donor-covered fees. Charities can also add a new Donate Button to their website that collects donations without redirecting the user to the GoFundMe platform.

Android 10 beta available on Galaxy S10

Published on 10/14/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Previously only on Google Pixel phones, Android 10 beta is now accessible on Samsung smartphones. The Samsung One UI 2.0 will be available in Germany, South Korea, and the United States. Among other new features, smaller notifications and dark mode are both new.

Google Pixel 4 accidentally released early

Published on 10/14/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Best Buy Canada released the upcoming smartphone available for preorder on Saturday, October 12. However, the Google smartphone isn't even set to be announced until Tuesday, October 15. The store quickly took the listing down, but some people were able to snap shots of the leak.