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A look at everything Amazon promised at its gadgets event.
Later this year, Ring cameras will get a feature called Home Mode, which lets user turn off recordings of audio and video in the home.
The new Wi-Fi system has a dual-band radio and offers whole-home mesh Wi-Fi coverage. It will cost $99.
The new Alexa kitchen appliance gives users step-by-step instructions and the ability to preprogram cooking instructions. It's available today for $250.
The new smart glasses have a built-in camera, direct sound to your ears, work with your phone and are controlled by your voice. They will cost $180.
Amazon debuts Echo Buds that work with Alexa, have noise cancellation tech and cost $130.
Amazon's new wearable ring is Alexa enabled and includes haptic feedback. It will cost $130.
Amazon debuts the easy-to-install Stick Up Cam with motion detection and night vision costing $100, as well as the Indoor Cam for $60.
The new smart home assistant has a brand-new HD display, and Food Network content. It will cost $129.
Amazon's home speaker adds celebrity voices, more languages and gets more expressive.
The new smart speaker will have Dolby Atmos and immersive surround sound. The Echo Studio will cost $199 and is available for preorder now.
We dive deep into Disney's planned streaming service that will take on Netflix.
Here's how to keep track of Samsung's many phones and why each is special.
From The Daily Charge: We break down the benefits of the next-generation Wi-Fi tech.
Also, a look at the cheapest 5G phone yet and why Wi-Fi 6 may change your life.