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New tech gadgets are following the sound of your voice
New tech gadgets are following the sound of your voice
Some of the most popular gadgets over the holiday season were smart speakers with digital assistants from Amazon and Google .
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Denmark’s GN takes aim at Apple with wireless earbuds
Denmark’s GN Store Nord is aiming to win a bigger slice of the rapidly growing market for wireless earbuds by introducing a new product challenging Apple’s popular Airpods.
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Apple officials meet commerce and industry minister Suresh Prabhu
Senior officials of the US-based iPhone maker Apple today called upon Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu.
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Why Twitter would not block US President Donald Trump
Twitter has reiterated its stance that accounts belonging to world leaders have special status on the social media network, pushing back against users who have called on the company to banish US President Donald Trump.
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Smartphone sales: How smaller cities are getting an edge over metros
​The trend is likely to continue in 2018 as brands such as Xiaomi, Lenovo, Oppo and Vivo penetrate deeper into smaller cities and towns to increase sales.
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CES kicks off with no lead women speakers or code of conduct
The technology industry’s premier annual gathering kicks off next week with no women leading the keynote sessions and no code of conduct that might prevent incidents of sexual harassment, despite efforts by organizers to cast the show as a more inclu…
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Addictive gaming to be recognised as disease: WHO
“Gaming disorder” will be recognised as a disease later this year following expert consensus over the addictive risks associated with playing electronic games, the World Health Organization said Friday.
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Chip flaw: Why Intel, Apple, Google and other companies task is not easy
Chances that a fix to a major microchip security flaw may slow down or crash some computer systems are leading some businesses to hold off installing software patches, fearing the cure may be worse than the original problem.
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