Fitbit unveils its most advanced tracker yet

Plus: Nvidia could be prepping a new GPU, more Pixel 6 details revealed, Apple might be upgrading Face ID, and more
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Thursday 26 August 2021
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The Nvidia RTX 3090 is currently the best consumer graphics card you can get, but the rumor is that a Super version is on the way that will better it – and by some distance too. As yet though, there's no indication of when it might officially appear.
Google has made the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro official, but it hasn't told us much about the specs so far, so we're relying on leaks – and one such leak suggests the phones will have super-precise location-tracking tech, and 5G modems made by Samsung.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S21 FE isn't official yet, but it's very close to being so: Samsung just mentioned it on its French website, along with details of a YouTube Premium offer, in what we're assuming was a slip-up.
According to a reliable tipster, Apple is testing an updated version of its Face ID facial recognition tech that works even if you're wearing a mask – very handy during a global pandemic – or have fogged-up glasses. Will it make it into the iPhone 13?
There's a brand-new fitness tracker on the market: the Fitbit Charge 5 won't weigh your wrist down, but it will keep tabs on all of your vital health and activity metrics, including your sleep quality, heart rate, stress levels and plenty more besides.

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