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Amazon Could Turn the Kindle into a Foldable E-Reader

Foldable display technology is becoming more reliable and affordable, and as a result, it may soon appear in places you never expected. A new report from Bloomberg’s Mike Gurman states that Amazon could add a foldable display to its Kindle e-reader, providing a more portable, book-like user experience.

Newsy Leaves YouTube TV as It Transitions to OTA Broadcasting

Newsy recently announced plans to enter the world of free over-the-air TV, leaving cable and pay television behind. The small news network has made the first step in this transition, as it abruptly left the YouTube TV platform on June 30th. On the bright side, Law & Crime is now available on YouTube TV as a $2 add-on.

Google Pay Can Now Store COVID-19 Vaccination Cards on Android

Your Android phone will soon have the ability to store COVID-19 vaccination and testing information through Google Pay’s Passes API. Google says that all data is stored locally for security, and that you don’t need the Google Pay app to access this feature. It will begin rolling out in the U.S. over the coming weeks before going global.

Satechi’s New M1 Mac Mini Hub Has a Built-In SSD Enclosure

Sometimes, a new feature comes along that you never knew you needed. Satechi just launched the latest version of its popular Mac Mini USB-C hub, which features an integrated M.2 SATA SSD enclosure. It works with the 2018 and M1 models of Mac Mini and is available for $100 at Satechi and Amazon. (You can save 15% through June 7th with coupon code MACMINISSD.)