How to watch Miami Hurricanes vs. Louisville Cardinals online

The Miami Hurricanes visit the Louisville Cardinals in an NCAA matchup Saturday, September 19. The Cardinals are coming into the 2020 season with an AP ranking of 18, its first since 2017. Looking to capitalize on its first win of the year and remain undefeated Louisville will face tough competition from Miami who got the best of them last year. Still, the Cardinals have an outstanding offensive and a defense that is increasingly getting better which should help even the scales.Manny Diaz has said he won't let his Hurricanes get cocky over the team's 52-27 win over Louisville last year. A lot can change in a year and instead of resting the team is looking to quarterback Micale Cunningham and running back Javian Hawkins to rake in the yards. Another weapon the Hurricanes hold is wide receiver Tutu Atwell who can help the passing game.Ranked number 17, Miami should be well matched to Louisville, but each team will need to play high calibre football if they hope to beat the other…

Google Pixel Buds 2 briefly listed by U.S. retailer, key features confirmed

What you need to know

  • Google's new Pixel Buds have been listed for pre-order by a U.S. retailer.
  • They were unveiled at the Made by Google event last year but haven't been officially released yet.
  • The updated Pixel Buds will cost $179 and feature 12mm dynamic drivers, water resistance, touch controls, as well as real-time translations.

Google's second-generation Pixel Buds were briefly listed online for pre-order by B&H Photo in February this year, although the listing did not confirm any key features of the true wireless earbuds. The earbuds have now been listed for pre-order (via ChromeUnboxed) by Chicago-based Abt Electronics in Clearly White, Oh So Orange, Almost Black, and Quite Mint colors. Unsurprisingly, it is no longer possible to pre-order the new Pixel Buds, as the listing has already been taken down.

In addition to confirming the $179 price tag of the true wireless earbuds, the product page on Abt Electronics also confirmed some of their key features. The second-generation Google Pixel Buds use custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker drivers for impressive audio. To ensure crystal clear call quality, the earbuds have built-in sensors that can detect when you're talking and microphones that focus on your voice to drown out background noise. Thanks to a "special vent" in the earbuds, users will apparently be able to stay "connected to the world" around them.

The earbuds will also feature touch controls, allowing users to tap to play and pause and swipe to control the volume. Some of the other key features of the earbuds confirmed by the retailer listing include real-time translations, sweat and water resistance, Fast Pair support, and hands-free help from the Google Assistant.

While no specific launch date has been confirmed so far, you can join the waitlist on the Google Store to be notified as soon as the new Pixel Buds are available for purchase.

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