Tech Bytes: Apple's next iPhone, Goodbye to HQ Trivia, and a new vacuum robot

Created: February 17, 2020 07:43 AM

In today's tech bytes, rumors are flying about the next Apple iPhone.


It's believed the company will introduce a sequel to the iPhone SE next month. The name is still up in the air, but but smartphone case makers say it's going to be the SE 2. Cases are already on sale.

The once-popular live game show app HQ Trivia is no more. It launched in August 2017 and became the second-downloaded app in the U.S. but it shut down over the weekend because of a funding crisis. One popular former-host says it failed because of incompetence and arrogance.

A new robot that can vacuum and mop at the same time! It's called the Deebot Cosmo 920, and it uses artificial intelligence to recognize objects to determine what it can go over and what it should go around. It's compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant.

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