On Wednesday, Nintendo announced there will be more Mario drifting into fans’ smartphones. The Japanese games giant tweeted that it’s cooking up Mario Kart Tour, a brand new mobile app set to be released sometime between April 2018 and March 2019.

Nintendo has released a string of smartphone games recently, including the hit Super Mario Run, which grossed $5 million on its first day in app stores. It seems like this title is piggybacking off of the success the company has seen with bringing the iconic plumber to phones worldwide.

This comes after Nintendo reported the immense success of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which has sold over 7 million copies since its release in 2014. The racing game has a massive following, and the franchise’s extension to smartphones had fans buzzing with excitement.

However, there were some fans voicing their concerns over the potential cost of playing Mario Kart Tour. Super Mario Run was initially released at a $10 price point, but it later switched over to a freemium model that made players pay for certain in-game features.

Nintendo hasn’t released any information regarding the price of this new game, but if it’s anything like Super Mario Run there will most likely be some cost to play it, whether it’s all upfront or for specific features as users play through.

Super Mario Run rocketed to the top of the Apple App Store upon its release in December 2016, with the mobile game claiming the #1 spot on the “Games” chart. Only time will tell if Mario Kart Tour will match its predecessor’s popularity.

The most fun thing about betting on sports — besides winning in the final seconds — is placing a prop bet. There’s nothing a weird and wild wager to take the edge off a more serious, analytical prediction. Regular gambling enthusiasts will often describe prop bets as having “juiced” odds, in that they are long — too long, some say — to be worth it. Sure, proposition bets have longer odds, but the payouts are higher, making them enticing to both bettors and bookies.

Having a smart home isn’t all getting the news from your washer-dryer or yelling at your fridge to make a dentist appointment; there are smaller and, dare I say it, more significant ways technology can help you life your best life. And they don’t all cost a bunch of money, either. Even a modest smart home is well within the means of most people now, and it’d be silly not to make your life easier, and your home a better place to be, with just a few small, easy upgrades.

Thursday, Amazon pulled the curtains off of plethora of new devices that support its trademark voice assistant, Alexa. The onslaught of new devices included everything from a smart microwave capable of ordering you popcorn on command to a subwoofer that allows the Echo to blast your playlists even louder.

The device that drew the most attention may have been the smart microwave, which’ll go for a very reasonable $59.99 and is a major step toward bringing Alexa’s A.I. into the kitchen. Zion Market Research projected that market for smart homes would practically double between 2016 2022, as the smart devices move from room to room.

The iPhone X has gone Super Saiyan and transformed into the iPhone XS Max. This absolute unit of a handset touts the company’s largest iPhone screen in history and comes with a record-shattering $1,099 price tag to boot.

The International Data Corporation forecasts that phablets — smartphones with a display that is least 5.5-inches or larger — are expected to outshine smaller phones by the year 2021. This is not Apple’s first foray into the plus-sized phone market, but the Cupertino-based company has clearly set its sights on stealing the spotlight from the 6.4-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 9 released earlier this year. But unfortunately, bigness — along with some tweaks under the hood — are the only major changes to speak of this time around.

A major new Tesla Autopilot update is almost here. Version nine of the electric car firm’s semi-autonomous driving system will be the first to start enabling full autonomy features, with eventual point-to-point full driving a long-term goal for CEO Elon Musk. The new Autopilot, set to roll out as an over-the-air update, is a big step in this goal.