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Tuesday’s top tech news: Elon squares off against Apple
  • ’s your oldest piece of tech?

    We asked folks here at The Verge about old electronics they have lying around, and some (or all) of the answers might surprise you.

    When was the last time you saw a Moviola?

  • This might be a preview of the Pixel 7A.

    Now that the Google Pixel 7 and 7 Plus are freely available, and we’ve already seen hints about the Pixel 8, it’s time to get rumors going the next budget Pixel smartphone.

    Amazingly, this hardware hasn’t been found in a bar or on Facebook Marketplace yet, but typically reliable source @OnLeaks (you can see his previous Pixel 7 leak here) has produced rendered still images and videos of the Pixel 7A might look ,

  • Grab a seat the Mario movie’s second trailer debut at 5PM ET.

    We’ve all heard The Voice (it’s just Chris Pratt, sounding he usually does), but now we’ll see a little more of The Super Mario Bros. Movie when its second trailer debuts at 2PM PT / 5PM ET.

  • Are Gmail and Gcal next up Wear OS?

    9to5Google reports that Google is testing a “full” experience for using Gmail and Google Calendar on WearOS, which could work more Outlook for Wear OS or the Apple Watch Mail app.

    Given recent developments, the apps seem to be a likely bet for a company suddenly refocused on competing both in the office software suite and wearable device categories.

  • The “Zeus” skin for Junker Queen is the star of the Overwatch 2, season two trailer.

    Polygon has a breakdown of Overwatch 2 changes coming December 6th along with the shapeshifting new tank Ramattra.

    tl;dr — Sojourn’s getting a sniper nerf, Blizzard World is back in the rotation, and logging in before the end of S1 unlocks either all three new characters for Overwatch 1 players, or two of the three new heroes new players.

    But if you’re waiting for Zeus Junker Queen, that’s coming as part of an Olympus LTM available from January 5th until January 19th.

  • FTX-backed decentralized crypto exchange Serum declares itself “defunct.”

    As The Block points out, the fall of FTX has also caused a collapse in the now-defunct Serum DeFi exchange, a project backed by FTX, Alameda Research, and the Solana Foundation.

    Update authority for its code was held by insiders at FTX, which has left developers unable to address known risks.

    Now the project is promoting a community fork called OpenBook, and says the future of its SRM token — which once had a market cap of over $1 billion but is now down to around $60 million — is “uncertain.”

  • Fellow Apple Music users, it’s finally our time.

    The Spotify-using masses are gearing up for the release of Spotify Wrapped, and Apple Music finally has a (not very good, but still existent, which is something) answer. You can get your Apple Music Replay stats right now — here’s how to do it.

  • Ronaldo said it was his goal, but the ball says different.

    FIFA’s decision to use connected ball technology during this year’s World Cup is making it difficult for Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo to claim a goal during yesterday’s match with Uruguay. He says his head touched the ball before it went in, but Adidas says the ball showed no contact.

  • A hole in… fun?

    Today Nintendo Switch Sports — basically a spiritual successor to Wii Sports — is getting a big update, which includes the long-awaited addition of golf. Just be sure to hold on to those Joy-Con controllers firmly before swinging. For more on the game, check out our original review.

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