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Everything Amazon announced today, and how to preorder or register early

Today Amazon revealed a collection of devices for smart home monitoring, security, and communication. Ring devices like the Always Home Cam (the flying security camera), Virtual Security Guard, and Ring Alarm Pro, Blink video doorbell, Echo Show 14, 'Hey, Disney!' voice assistant, and Halo View. There's also a home robot called Astro. On preorder right this minuteIf you're looking for the Blink Video Doorbell listing, you'll find the product available in Black or White with a variety of bundles in the wings.

Comment on Amazon Music HD adds thousands of remastered tracks, including 3D Audio by Tanya

Amazon has announced a new partnership with Warner Bros. that will add thousands of remastered music tracks to its Amazon Music HD service. Some of this music will be remastered to high fidelity for the first time ever, giving fans of bands like the Eagles and Nirvana the chance to experience classic hits in an entirely new way. The tracks will, according to Amazon, be remastered to Ultra High Definition, the currently highest audio quality available. Digital streaming is the default way most people experience music now, and though physical media may remain popular among diehard audiophiles, it does have many limitations.

NFL Sunday Ticket games may be coming to Apple's streaming platform

As the NFL's 8-year Sunday Ticket deal with DirecTV nears its end, the football league is looking to Apple as its ideal replacement, according to a new report. Multiple companies are said to be prospective destinations for the League's Sunday games, including Amazon (which is already home to Thursday Night Football), as well as Disney for ESPN. The claim comes from sources speaking with The Athletic, which claims that the NFL wants Apple to be the new company behind its Sunday Ticket. The package is set to expire after nearly a decade with DirecTV, the league's long-term partner.