Officially-licensed Overwatch Nintendo Switch Case Spotted On Amazon

Officially-Licensed Overwatch Nintendo Switch Case Spotted On Amazon

Back in 2018, Blizzard launched their first game for the Nintendo Switch in the form of Diablo 3. This has opened up the door to the future possibility that more Blizzard games could arrive for the Switch. There have been talks in the past about Overwatch possibly coming to the Switch, where Blizzard acknowledged that it would be feasible.

The good news is that it looks like we could be getting closer to that becoming a reality. This is because according to reports, an officially-licensed Overwatch case was spotted on Amazon, where it based on the listing, it says that it is officially licensed by Nintendo and Blizzard Entertainment.

Amazon Is Now Taking Pre-orders For The Nintendo Switch Lite

Amazon Is Now Taking Pre-Orders For The Nintendo Switch Lite

For gamers who might have been holding off on the Nintendo Switch, whether it be due to price or maybe concerns regarding battery life, you might have heard the news that Nintendo launched the Switch Lite back in July last month. If you were thinking about getting it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Amazon is now taking pre-orders for the console.

The Switch Lite will be available in a gray, turqouise, or yellow finish where it will be priced at $200 for the console alone. It is expected to begin shipping out to customers on the 20th of September, so you will have to wait close to two months before you’ll be able to get your hands on it.

Amazon Will Now Deliver Into The Trunk Of Honda Cars

Amazon Will Now Deliver Into The Trunk Of Honda Cars

Some of you might recall that back in 2017, Amazon launched Amazon Key which was the company’s way of delivering right into your home. The company later expanded on that when they offered to make deliveries into the trunk of your car, although at that time it only covered Ford and Lincoln vehicles.

Now it looks like if you’re a Honda owner, Amazon is further expanding on its delivery services where they will be able to deliver into your car as well. Of course, not all Honda cars are eligible and only select models are, but if you do own a compatible model, you could have a package waiting in your car.

Amazon Will Now Deliver Your Package To Your Honda Or Acura Vehicle - Autoblog

Amazon will now deliver your package to your Honda or Acura vehicle - Autoblog

Some new Honda and Acura owners will now be able to have their Amazon packages delivered directly to their cars starting today. The company just announced a slew of compatible vehicles from the 2018 and 2019 model years that will be compatible with the service. Several other manufacturers offer the same thing — it's mostly GM and Ford vehicles, but some Volvos will also work. You'll need to be a HondaLink or AcuraLink subscriber for the service to function. That subscription costs $110/year, so it's not exactly cheap. The compatible Hondas include the 2018-19 Accord (including the Hybrid), 2018-19 Insight, 2018-19 Odyssey, 2019 Passport and 2019 Pilot. The caveat here is that you'll need to have the Touring or Elite trim of any of those vehicles. As of now, the Acura RDX in any trim is the only compatible Acura. This system works just the same as it does in other vehicles. You'll need to be parked within two blocks of your delivery address. Then the driver will locate your car, scan your package and unlock your vehicle. After placing the package in your car, the delivery person "requests" for the vehicle to be locked, which sends a notification to your phone confirming that your car is now locked with the package inside. There's a certain level of trust that's necessary to let a total stranger gain access to your car, but you don't have to use the service if you don't want to. That $110 for HondaLink gets you a bunch of other useful stuff like remote vehicle start, remote lock/unlock, stolen vehicle locator and speed alerts and geofencing for parents. All of that can be set from an app on your smartphone.

Toyota Rewarding 2018 Camry And Sienna Owners With Apple Carplay And Amazon Alexa

Toyota rewarding 2018 Camry and Sienna owners with Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa

A car infotainment system's ability to utilize Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa has become a major commodity in recent years, as customers continue to blend and connect various aspects of their 'smart' lives. Until now, none of Toyota's 2018-and-earlier products were compatible with smartphone integrations, but that's changing. Toyota announced a surprise upgrade for the 2018 Camry and Sienna, a retrofitting to include CarPlay and Alexa capabilities.

Toyota was pretty late to the game in introducing Apple CarPlay to its vehicles. Toyota launched the integration with the 2019 Avalon, and now offers the feature standard on most of its 2020 vehicles. That it took so long for the Japanese company to include the technology irked some customers, and now Toyota is trying to make good.

Alcatel 1 Android Go Phone Now Available From Amazon

Alcatel 1 Android Go Phone Now Available From Amazon

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Android Go is an iteration of Android Oreo that Google launched last year. It’s meant for affordable devices with 1GB of RAM or less. Many manufacturers have made Android Go smartphones that cost under $100 and promise an improved software experience because of this iteration of Google’s platform. Alcatel is one such device and it’s now available for purchase in the United States from Amazon.

Limited Edition Spider-man Ps4 Pro Available For Pre-order On Amazon

Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro Available For Pre-Order On Amazon

With the Sony PS4 Pro, the company essentially introduced a more souped up version of the PS4 that would allow it to play games at higher resolutions and smoother frame rates. However we expect that not everyone has hopped on board the PS4 Pro bandwagon yet, but if you are looking for an excuse, just last month Sony launched a limited edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro that looks stunning.

In fact if you were tempted by it, you might be interested to learn that Amazon now has the bundle up on its website where you can pre-order it. The bundle is priced at $400 which makes it slightly more expensive than a standalone PS4 Pro, but you get a copy of the game along with a rather striking Spider-Man design, which we have to say is one of the more exciting designs we’ve seen for the PS4 Pro in recent times.

Princess Mako Visits Brazil's Amazon Region

Princess Mako visits Brazil's Amazon region

Japan's Princess Mako has visited a city in Brazil's Amazon region to pay respects to the pioneering Japanese people who immigrated there.

The eldest daughter of Prince and Princess Akishino arrived in the city of Tome-Acu on Friday on an official tour of Brazil. She is the first Japanese imperial family member to visit Tome-Acu, located deep in the Amazon.

Amazon Launches Its 'internet' Lightweight Android Browser

Amazon Launches Its 'Internet' Lightweight Android Browser

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Our smartphones come with browsers built into them. With Google there is Chrome and with Apple there is Safari, but at the same time there are plenty of third-party options out there for those who don't mind exploring a bit. There is Firefox, Opera, Edge, and so on, but it looks like the latest browser comes from an unlikely candidate – Amazon.

Sony Xperia Xz2 And Xz2 Compact Available From Amazon And Best Buy Soon

Sony Xperia XZ2 And XZ2 Compact Available From Amazon And Best Buy Soon


It has not even been a couple of months since Sony unveiled the Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona back in February. If you liked what you saw and wanted to pick one up then you will be delighted to find out that Sony’s latest smartphones will soon be available for purchase from Amazon and Best Buy in the United States. Many Sony fans will likely be interested in these handsets given that they come with some substantial design changes that were missing from previous iterations.

Some of the design changes that Sony has made include a curved glass back for the XZ2 and slimmer bezels on both models. They also adopt the 18:9 aspect ratio for the display which is a big trend this year as well as a rear fingerprint sensor.

Tidal Gets Android Auto And Amazon Fire Tv Support

Tidal Gets Android Auto And Amazon Fire TV Support


Rap mogul Jay-Z’s music streaming service Tidal is now accessible through a couple of additional platforms. It may not have a lot of subscribers in comparison to other services such as Spotify and Apple Music but it has come to develop a dedicated fanbase over the past couple of years. The Tidal faithful will be happy to find out that the service has now gained support for Android Auto and Amazon Fire TV.

Tidal has gradually been expanding its footprint to more platforms. It added support for Android TV in December last year and is now landing on the competing Fire TV platform which also powers Amazon’s Chromecast rival, the Fire TV Stick.

Amazon (briefly) Listed The Fujifilm X-h1 On Its Website

Amazon (Briefly) Listed The Fujifilm X-H1 On Its Website

If the rumors are true, Fujifilm is expected to officially announce the Fujifilm X-H1 mirrorless camera in the next couple of days. We have been hearing about the camera in a steady stream of leaks, with the most recent revealing the possible design of it. However none of this is official yet so there was always the off-chance that it could all be one massive hoax.

However it looks like the rumors have since been corroborated by Amazon, who for a very brief moment actually listed the camera on its website. This was spotted by the folks at Fuji Rumors who were quick enough to snag some screenshots before the page was taken down. The listings were for the X-H1 (body only), the X-H1 with grip, and also the vertical grip accessory for the camera.