The Google Pixel 6 is launching on October 19

Plus: Microsoft's Windows 11 warning, an affordable tablet from Nokia, Amazon Alexa gets a useful new feature, and more –
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Microsoft has left open the option of installing Windows 11 on PCs that don't meet the minimum system requirements – but it's also introduced a new warning advising that doing so could lead to compatibility issues and various other 'damages'.
Polar might not be the biggest name in smartwatches, but it makes some very appealing wearables. The latest additions to its line are the Polar Grit X Pro and the Polar Grit X Pro Titanium, designed to withstand just about anything during a run.

Amazon is rolling out a new Alexa feature that gives you more time to complete your request – very handy for the more hesitant or slow-to-speak amongst us. What's more, you can now type out your Alexa requests if you're using an Android phone.

Rokform cases offer rock-solid protection for your phone. Enter Rokform's prize sweep for your chance to win a bundle that includes a Rugged Case, glass screen protector and G-Rok Bluetooth speaker, total value $300. Ends today! T&Cs apply, US only

Say hello to the Nokia T20 – the first slate with Nokia branding since the name was taken over by HMD Global. We've got all the details on the new device, including the dimensions, the internal specs, and a price that's very much on the affordable side.


At long last we know exactly when the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are getting a full unveiling: October 19. That's from Google itself, and anyone can watch the event online – there's no word yet on when you can actually buy the phones, though.


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