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2018 FIFA World Cup Video Replays Will Be Used For The First Time

Video replays are common in almost every other sport that’s played professionally but not soccer, which is also known as football in many parts of the world. Traditionalists have almost always frowned upon using video replays to question the call made by a referee on the ground. However, after more than a decade of considering […]

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iOS 11 To Revamp Apple Music, Focus More On Video Content

A new report today claims that Apple is going to introduce a revamped version of its popular music streaming service with the next major update for iOS. It’s said that iOS 11 is going to bring a revamped version of Apple Music that’s going to focus more on video content. The report mentions that the […]

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Ophelia tries to save Hamlet in the alternate universe of Elsinore

What if you could save Hamlet, and prevent the tragedy that befell his family in the famous William Shakespeare play? That’s the job of Ophelia, the main character of a unique computer game dubbed Elsinore. I saw a demo of Elsinore during the Intel Buzz Workshop/Power of Play 2017 event in Bellevue, Wash. The game […]

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IDC: Smartphone shipments up 4.3% in Q1 2017, Apple gains on Samsung but both lose to Chinese firms

Smartphone vendors shipped a total of 347.4 million smartphones worldwide last quarter, up 4.3 percent from the 332.9 million units in Q1 2016. Looking at the top five vendors, Samsung and Apple both lost share while Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo all grew. In Q3 2017, the South Korean company once again shipped more smartphones than […]

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Magnetis sees more Brazil investors embracing robo-advisory

SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Magnetis Gestora de Recursos Ltda, Brazil’s first fintech asset manager, expects demand for affordable access to automated investment advice to surge in coming years as interest rates decline and economic uncertainty persists.

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Software Intelligence: Why slow is the new down

SPONSORED: Presented by Raygun Consumers have little patience for slow software experiences, with 40 percent abandoning a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load. The average time it takes to fully load a mobile landing page is 22 seconds, according to Google’s latest research. While developer teams may scramble to get critical components […]

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Samsung Pay Expands To Four More Countries

Samsung isn’t wasting any time in getting its mobile payments service to more markets across the globe. It already covers key markets in North America and Europe. We’ve been seeing it focus on Asia and the Middle East as well. Samsung today announced that it’s continuing with the global expansion of Samsung Pay by rolling […]

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BlackBerry KEYOne U.S. Release Date Confirmed

We’ve known since late last year that TCL has developed a BlackBerry-branded smartphone that runs Android and features a full QWERTY keyboard. This handset was officially announced a couple of months back and now the company has finally confirmed when it’s going to be released in the United States. TCL first unveiled the BlackBerry KEYOne […]

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Amazon Echo With Display Might Arrive Next Month

Amazon launched its first Echo device over a year ago and since then they have proven to be quite popular. The company has expanded the Echo lineup by adding multiple devices that further its hardware agenda. Just yesterday, Amazon announced a new product in this lineup called the Echo Look. According to a new report, […]

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Nintendo’s Legendary Hardware Visionary Stepping Down

Nintendo came out with an impressive earnings report but it also confirmed something that enthusiastic fans of the company might not like too much. The company today confirmed that its legendary hardware visionary Genyo Takeda is stepping down as Nintendo’s director effective June 2017. Nintendo fans will know that Takeda has played an instrumental role […]

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