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Buy An LG G6 And Get Free Google Home For A Limited Time Only

Buy An LG G6 And Get Free Google Home For A Limited Time Only

Carriers such as T-Mobile, AT&T, U.S. Cellular and Sprint will throw in a Google Home if customers will buy the LG G6 early.

by Cameron

Apple in schools

Apple Is Losing The Battle In Schools To Android And Windows

According to market analysts, Apple is losing ground in the education market.

by Victor Thomson

Amazon Sets Its Sights On Call Centers: Armed With Alexa And Lex

Amazon Sets Its Sights On Call Centers: Armed With Alexa And Lex

Amazon is reportedly planning to delve into another industry, this time it's call centers where it plans to use Alexa, Lex and Polly.

by Cameron

Estonia's information society

Is Estonia World's Most High-Tech Nation?

According to analysts, Estonia has become the world's most pro-tech nation.

by Victor Thomson

Nokia 6

Will Nokia Recapture Its Past Glory?

With the Nokia 6 smartphone unveiled at the MWC 2017 event, the company demonstrates its willingness to recapture its past glory.

by Victor Thomson

Intel Reveals Its New LTE Advanced Pro Modem, Bound For iPhone 8?

Intel Reveals Its New LTE Advanced Pro Modem, Bound For iPhone 8?

Intel's new XMM7650 modem is likely bound for the upcoming iPhone 8.

by Mae Cervantes

Snap Inc. logo

Snap Inc. Hopes To Keep A Step Ahead Of Rival Facebook

While aiming to stay ahead of competitor Facebook in software, Snap Inc. focuses on hardware.

by Victor Thomson

Back Office paperwork

Artificial Intelligence Can Solve Back Office Paperwork

Tech experts predict that artificial intelligence applications will be soon able to solve boring back office paperwork tasks.

by Victor Thomson

Apple Shipments In China Fall As Market Share Declines, Canalys Says

Apple Shipments In China Fall As Market Share Declines, Canalys Says

Apple has dropped to fifth place in the Chinese market share, which also recorded a declined shipments of 11.4 percent in 2016.

by Mae Cervantes

China Mass-Producing 800 Charging Points For Booming NEV Market

China Mass-Producing 800 Charging Points For Booming NEV Market

China has decided to build 800,000 charging points this year in support for its new energy vehicles to curb out air pollution.

by Cameron

Alphabet's Google internet balloons

Why Alphabet Changed Its Internet Balloons Project

Alphabet's Google decided to change its internet balloons project. Thanks to a machine learning breakthrough, it moves now to a new direction.

by Victor Thomson

BlackBerry Officially A Goner, Global Market Share Now At 0%

BlackBerry Officially A Goner, Global Market Share Now At 0%

The recent study made by Gartner Inc. revealed that BlackBerry global market share declined to zero percent.

by Mae Cervantes

Huawei P10 News, Updates: New Leak Reveals Color Options; Confirms Leica Branded Dual-Camera

Huawei P10 News, Updates: New Leak Reveals Color Options; Confirms Leica Branded Dual-Camera

Huawei P10 will feature a 12 MP Leica Dual-Camera, and the handset comes in several color variants.

by Mae Cervantes

Fake News Are Tech Companies Responsibility, Apple’s Eddy Cue Says

Fake News Are Tech Companies Responsibility, Apple’s Eddy Cue Says

Eddy Cue, the Senior Vice President of Apple, revealed that tech companies have the power to control spreading of fake news.

by Mae Cervantes

Elon Musk Calls Poor Working Condition Claim 'Morally Outrageous'

Elon Musk Calls Poor Working Condition Claim 'Morally Outrageous'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says in a Twitter message that the "attack" against the company is "morally outrageous".

by Andy Franco

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