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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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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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WWDC 2015: Absence of New Apple TV to Disappoint Many Though Homekit is There

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 (WWDC) saw a rush at the last-minute with rumours emanating on its announcement about streaming music, despite the absence of highly predictable TVs. The Apple’s forthcoming streaming music service called ‘Apple Music’ is one on display costing $10 per month, without any ad-supported free listening. However, it will be a free trial for about three ...

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Twitter Adds ‘Highlights’ Feature for Android Phones Now, Takes Shot at Facebook

Pitted against ever-modifying Facebook in social networking arena, Twitter is undre duress to invent new ways to enhance the tweeting culture among its users and the latest feature it has added is “Highlights”, which helps users sift through numerous tweets on their feed at a glance quickly. The new feature “Highlights” provides on a platter two summaries daily “of the best tweets ...

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Japan Display Inc Pitches for iPhone Screens, seeks partnership with Apple in $1.4 billion project

Hi-Tech Screens manufacturer Japan Display Inc is pitching for iPhone screens contract from Apple, which are currently manufactured in China. The Japanese screen maker is eyeing Apple as a shareholder in its upcoming $1.4 billion worth manufacturing base that would make interactive screeens which are faster than the ones currently used in iPhones. To come up in Ishikawa, central Japan, ...

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How emotional are people to their smartphones?

People are becoming emotionally attached to their smartphones ever since 2007 when iPhone was launched giving an edge with a computer in their pockets, said researchers from Loughborough University and University of Iceland in Reykjavik. Now apart from making phone calls and sending text messages, smartphone users have immediate access to the Internet, social media and network systems, e-mail accounts, ...

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Samsung vs Apple Patent Lawsuit Hearing: Cup Holder Argument Takes Centre-Stage

Samsung Electronics has countered Apple’s allegations of infringing on iPhone patents in a U.S. appeals court on Thursday and on the order that it pay Apple Inc $930 million. The ongoing 3-year-old court battle between Apple and Samsung over iPhone patents which were allegedly inserted in Galaxy series of smartphones by the latter has on Thursday came up for hearing ...

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Deaf People Can ‘Hear’ With this New Software

Now, even a deaf person can listen to sounds coming through via Wi-Fi signals, thanks to a new software being developed by London-based science writer Frank Swain. The software called Phantom Terrains works with iPhones and hearing aids to turn local Wi-Fi signals into audible soundscapes. “Unlike glasses, which simply bring the world into focus, digital hearing aids strive to recreate ...

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Remembering Apple’s Steve Jobs, a Year After his death

It is one year since Apple lost its mentor Steve Jobs and the tech giant rose to the occasion on Friday paying tribute to Steve Jobs with a video in homage to the man who founded the company. “Steve’s passing one year ago was a sad and difficult time for all of us,” said Jobs’s successor Tim Cook in a ...

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Google sets sight on future search engine

Larry Page’s famous quotation on a search engine describes a perfect search engine as the one that understands exactly what a user means and providing him exactly what he or she wanted. Recalling it Amit Singhal, Google’s top brass member writes: “It’s very much like the computer I dreamt about as a child growing up in India, glued to our black-and-white ...

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Steve Jobs to remain the unofficial ambassador forever

By Benjamin Orbach and M. Osman Siddique WASHINGTON, DC: Much has been written about the achievements of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs since he passed away on October 5. A part of this story not yet covered, though, is how the idea of what Jobs represented for America will be missed across the Muslim World. From the alleys of Nablus to ...

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iPhone 4S sales racing towards 5 million

Apple said on Monday it has sold over 4 million of its new iPhone 4S, just three days after its launch on October 14. This is far above than what its rival Samsung Electronics sold in the first one week. Samsung could sell 10 million units of its Galaxy S II in the first five months. Apart from the latest ...

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