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CES 2017 on Friday: What to Do & See?

One day down, three to go! The excitement is just starting at CES 2017. Here’s what’s happening on Friday: Keynote Addresses Steve Mollenkopf CEO, Qualcomm Inc. 9-10 AM, Venetian, Level 5, Palazzo Ballroom Kevin Plank Founder and CEO, Under Armour 3-4 PM, Venetian, Level 5, Palazzo Ballroom SuperSessions Powering the Sharing Economy to Transform Lives 9-10 AM, LVCC North Hall, ...

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CES 2017 Opens Amid Much Expectations

CES 2017 opened its 50th year of show opened this year with promises of largest, most diverse event experience and is poised to be bigger, bolder and more varied than ever on Thursday, January 5, 2017, CES 2017. It will run up to January 8, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. With a record-breaking footprint of more than 2.6 million net ...

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What’s New and Old at CES 2017?

CES 2017 into its 50th year of show has opened this year with promises of largest, most diverse event experience and is poised to be bigger, bolder and more varied than ever before. Opened on Thursday, January 5, 2017, CES 2017 will run up to January 8, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. With a record-breaking footprint of more than 2.6 ...

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Amazon, Harbinger of Fake Apple Products?

iPhone maker Apple has alleged that most of the iPhone and iPad charging cables and adapters available on Amazon are fake and they are counterfeit products. Apple has filed a lawsuit against Mobile Star, one of the supplier to Amazon, accusing it of trademark and copyright infringement, said Patently Apple. They were sporting Apple logo and images. Apple is seeking ...

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Apple & Deloitte to Jointly Offer Busines Info on iPhone

Tech giant Apple and business information major Deloitte have partnered to help companies quickly and easily transform the way they work by maximizing the power, ease-of-use and security the iOS platform brings to the workplace through iPhone and iPad. As part of the joint effort, Deloitte is creating a first-of-its-kind Apple practice with over 5,000 strategic advisors who are solely ...

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How Did FBI Knuckle Down Apple’s iPhone Secrecy?

US investigating agency FBI has claimed much to the chagrin of iPhone maker Apple that it had broken into the code and gleaned at the information it wanted from one of the San Bernardino shooters. The move may have dented Apple’s vociferous claim that its iPhone was unbreakable from encryption but also give an opportunity to fix the plug that ...

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An Apple a Day Prompts Kids Keep Other Fruits Away: Study

For over two centuries, apple has grown as a familiar fruit for kids and the saying that “An apple a day keeps doctor away” has become omnipresent in every culture and language. A recent study has found that even kids are growing with apples that their intake of total fruits is dominated by apple to the extent of 18.9%, with ...

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Apple Launches iOS 9 for iPhone, iPad and iPod; Download Here

Apple has launched its much awaited iOS 9 for all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models that can run iOS 8. Apple’s iOS 9 brings a lot of new features with promising battery life, powerful search and improved security. Users will require atleast 1.3GB of free space on their devices to install the latest update. It won’t take much of ...

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Apple Event 2015 Turns Out a Damp Squib Again

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The much-awaited and most-written about event of Apple on September 9, 2015 has turned out to be a damp squib for the second time in a row, with the launch of an already-leaked and revealed iPhone 6s with 3D Touch, an iPad Pro priced $750, a pencil and keyboard, Apple TV tuned to listen to your voice commands among others. ...

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Foxconn to Invest $5 Billion in India, to Match China Factories in Production

Riding on high turnout in China, thanks to iPhone boom for over a decade, Foxconn is now eyeing Indian manufacturing base to be set up at about $5 billion (Rs.6,300 crore), including a research and development facility in Maharashtra. Subash Desai, Maharashtra’s industries minister, said the largest electronics centre in India would provide jobs to about 50,000 employees and an ...

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Unimpressive WWDC 2015 Harps on Just Updates

This year’s WWDC 2015 did not bring forth major announcements but merely added some updates though major tweaks from iOS 9 to car apps. Here are some WWDC 2015 Highlights: iOS 9: iOS 9 main feature is that it has to be the Proactive Assistant, which is Apple’s way of taking on Google now. Proactive Assistant can now give a ...

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Hunt for Mystery Woman who Dumped Rare Apple-1 worth $200,000!

What would do if owned rare and original Apple-1 computer that was put together by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne? You would probably keep it as your prized possession. But a woman from San Francisco, United States, accidently dumped the vintage Apple-1 computer in to a recycling center. Now the Silicon Valley firm is on a lookout for ...

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Man Fined $120 for Using Apple Watch While Driving

Hang on there if you are using your Apple Watch while driving. A Canadian man was recently fined $120 (around Rs 7, 600) for being on his Apple Watch as he was driving. Jeffery Macesin was left surprised and shocked when he was pulled over by a traffic policeman in Montreal, Quebec and was ticketed $120. According to CTV News, ...

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Periscope, Twitter’s Live-Streaming App, Launched for Android Phones

Periscope, the live video streaming app from Twitter, is launched on Android devices after its debut on Apple’s iOS platform in March. With the launch of Periscope, Twitter has entered the battle of live-streaming apps. Its rival streaming app Meerkat was available on Google Play store from May. Meerkat became overnight sensation upon its launch, however, Twitter blocked access to ...

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Robots can learn trial and error way with new algorithm

Our kids do make errors and stumple many times before they learn how to be perfect and researchers from the University of Columbia, Berkeley proved that even computers can do that once programmed to do so. UC Berkeley Professor Pieter Abbeel has developed new algorithms to replicate the human trial and error method in robots which he said is major ...

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