Daily: June 27, 2019 – Apple Watch fall detection, Philips Hue Bluetooth bulbs

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Stories discussed in this episode:  

  • Philips Hue launches its first Bluetooth smart lights, no bridge required
  • Apple hires key ARM chip designer as it plots transition from Intel for the Mac
  • Apple Watch fall detection helps 87-year-old woman call emergency services after car accident
  • UK broadband provider EE drops set-top box in favor of Apple TV 4K
  • Breville AR app lets you see kitchen appliances on your countertops [Video]
  • New Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall RPG hits this year on iOS/Android

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