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Withings Move analog watch, Move ECG, BPM Core land on CES 2019

Health, both digital and physical, has become one of the core focus of tech companies these recent months, even years. Google has been rumored to be working on a variety of medical wearables and Apple has equipped its Apple Watch with an ECG. Not to be outdone, Withings, one of the pioneers of this young health tech market, is announcing … Continue reading

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Caseta by Lutron Fan Speed Control gets your ceiling fan online

The Internet of Things, voice control, and having everything in an app is all well and good, but sometimes you just want a good old-fashioned switch to control your fans and lights. Lutron’s new Caséta Fan Speed Control isn’t quite an old-school wall switch as you’d know it – they don’t tend to have wireless connectivity, for instance – but … Continue reading

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Acer Swift 7 design finally gives justice to its name

When something is described as “swift”, it is often expected to be lightweight if not also thin. After all, few bulky and heavy objects are fast enough to be considered swift. And while Acer’s Swift series of notebooks aren’t exactly paperweights, there’s always room to stretch the envelope even further

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Samsung’s 2019 smart TVs will support Apple iTunes and AirPlay 2

Until now, using Apple's services on your TV has meant... well, buying an Apple TV

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Apple tries to address iPad Pro ‘bendgate’ concerns with new support page

Since the debut of the 2018 iPad Pro, Apple has been facing a large number of concerns and complaints from customers about the tablet shipping with slight but noticeable bends in its body design.

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Apple explains iPad Pro build process in response to bending concerns

When Apple first responded to concerns that its iPad Pros were shipping with a slight bend, the company essentially said that it's a non-issue. Since that will definitely not be enough for a lot of people, Apple has detailed the device's manufacturin...

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The FTC’s antitrust trial against Qualcomm has begun

After two years, the FTC's antitrust lawsuit against Qualcomm has reached the courtroom in earnest. The two sides made their opening arguments in a San Jose court on January 4th as part of a 10-day, no-jury trial that could force Qualcomm to alter i...

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Apple took out a CES ad to troll its competitors over privacy

Historically, Apple hasn't had an official presence at CES. It's not surprising given the company's success at hosting and hyping its own product launch events -- long before the iPod and iPhone brought Apple to the top of the technology mountain, St...

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Ford reveals 2020 Police Interceptor Utility, a tech-loaded hybrid Explorer

Fans of the good old American SUV will getting their first look at Ford’s 2020 Explorer next week when the truck makes its debut at the Detroit Auto Show. However, the car maker has given us an early look by revealing the new law-enforcement model, the 2020 Police Interceptor Utility

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Charter launches its zero sign-on Spectrum app for Apple TV

Charter just completed the other half of its zero sign-on puzzle. The cable giant has launched its delayed Spectrum app for Apple TV, giving you access to both live programming and on-demand shows without having to enter your credentials. If you se...

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