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Apple Watch is the heart of Singapore's new healthy lifestyle campaign

Apple is trying to picture itself as a health-oriented tech company, and the latest partnership is a great step forward. The Cupertino company struck a deal with the government of Singapore to use its Watch to    

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Apple has sold more than 500 million iPads

At its grand online launch event today, Apple has shared a very interesting sales-related tidbit. It turns out that the company has already managed to sell more than 500 million tablets, ever since the first iP    

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Apple Watch Series 6, Watch SE, and new iPads pricing roundup

Apple unveiled the new Watch Series 6 and Watch SE alongside the iPad Air (2020) and the new entry-level iPad 10.2 (2020) at today's Time Flies event and we've rounded up the launch prices in case any    

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Google Maps make a comeback to Apple Watch after a three-year hiatus

Google pulled Maps from iOS for Apple Watch in 2017, but in its latest blog post, the company announced the return of Maps to the smartwatch alongside support for Apple's CarPlay Dashboard.Google Maps on A    

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Qualcomm tries to persuade the US government to let it sell chips to Huawei

With Huawei's sanctions from the US government in place, the company can't make chips of its own so it's forced to source its SoCs from other makers, such as MediaTek, Samsung and Qualcomm. Even    

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Notebook shipments to sustain sequential growth in 3Q20, says Digitimes Research

Global notebook shipments will continue to grow sequentially in the third quarter despite having registered a 10-year quarterly high of 52 million units in the second quarter on robust WFH (work from home) and    

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Apple expands independent repair program to Canada and Europe

Apple officially allowed independent shops to repair your iPhone one year ago. The program first launched in the US and currently boasts over 700 locations that are part of 140 independent companies.Now the Ind    

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OEM/ODM TV shipments increase in May

Global shipments of OEM/ODM TVs posted its first on-year growth since the turn of 2020 in May as the coronavirus impacts have started easing in some markets and some governments have offered subsidies to stimul    

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Oppo pushes in-house development of mobile chips

Oppo is reportedly stepping up efforts to develop its own mobile application processors in house and will appropriate an annual R&D budget of over NT$20 billion (US$673.6 million) to support the project in    

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Samsung unlikely to partner with Huawei

Samsung Electronics is unlikely to be a foundry partner of Huawei to support the Chinese vendor's "de-Americanization" of its supply chain in the wake of the US trade sanctions, according to indu     1 comment(s)

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