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A growing list of everything Amazon is announcing today
Every year, Amazon holds an event where it announces a litany of new devices at once. 2020 is no different, but instead of having it in their Seattle headquarters, the company is making its announcements to a small number of media invitees via video briefing that starts today at 1PM ET today. Not to worry however, because we’ll be there and we’ll be sure to update this post when it happens. Whether it be new Echos, new Ring devices or simply just more Alexa gear, expect a whole lot of Amazon news.
This post is being constantly updated during the event, so check back for more news.
Amazon Echo and Alexa event live blog: all the news, products, and updates
It’s September, and that means it’s hardware season. Amazon makes a lot of it: Echo speakers, Ring doorbells, Eero routers, and weird stuff like smart rings and boxes that are streaming DVR add-ons for the Fire TV. We’re expecting updates for many of those things and maybe some weird new gadgets to boot.
Amazon is doing its event a little differently from everybody else. Rather than streaming live to the whole world, it’s an invite-only affair. But fret not: we scored one and will be live-blogging Amazon’s announcements right here as they happen. Amazon has historically announced well over 60 and sometimes over 80 products at these events, so buckle in for a very fast moving, jam-packed event full of new and possibly strange gadgets.
The event kicks off today at 10AM PT / 1PM ET, and we’ll be there — virtually, anyway — to bring you all the news.
Amazon’s fall Echo and Alexa devices event
Fortnite: Make a Stark robot dance — week 5 challenge guide
Fortnite season 4’s week 5 challenges send players all over the island, but only one is about dancing robots. This challenge tasks players with making a Stark robot dance.
While this challenge may sound simple, it’s a little more complicated than you might think. First of all, you’ll need to know where to find Stark robots. The most obvious place and the one we’ve marked on the map below is Stark Industries. There are always robots roaming around this area, but it’s also hard to get them to dance because there are other players shooting constantly. But there’s also an easier place to find these robots.
While Stark Industries may be the most consistent spot for robots, the easiest is one of the Quinjet crash sites that spawn randomly every match. These spots always have robots and rarely have players, but you can’t plan where they’ll be. Each crash site is marked with a pillar of blue smoke that’s visible from the battle bus. If you want to head to a crash site after the drop, they’ll be marked on your map with a small white ship icon, like the ones that the yellow arrows (the smaller ones) are pointing to on the map below.
Stark Industries robot locations
Once you land at the crash site, the more complicated part of the challenge begins. First you’ll need to find a weapon — there’s usually a chest with a gun inside the Quinjet. Next, shoot all of the Stark Industry robots, but just down them, don’t kill them. Once every single robot in the area is down, walk up to one and interact with it to hack it.
Once it’s hacked, it will be on your team, follow you around, and shoot at enemies for you. On top of that, the hacked robot will also dance with you if you emote near it. Once you’ve got your hacked robot, just emote nearby and it’ll start to dance, completing this challenge.
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