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Ikea doubles down on smart home tech with new business unit

By | Companies, Gadgets, Hardware, head, ikea, retailers, Sonos, Sweden, TC, wireless chargers

Ikea’s smart home investments to date have been smart but scattered – now the Swedish home goods brand says it’s going to amp up its smart home bets with a brand new dedicated business unit. The company’s smart home endeavors began in 2012, and focused on wireless charging and smart lighting. It’s iterated in both […]

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Next Apple Watch could include new ceramic and titanium models

By | Apple, apple inc, apple store, Apple Watch, Companies, computing, Gadgets, Hardware, macintosh, series 2, smartwatches, Stainless Steel, Steve Jobs, TC, watchOS, wearable devices

Apple’s next Apple Watch revision could include new materials for the case, including titanium and ceramic. That’s according to new assets pulled form the latest watchOS beta release, as uncovered by Brazilian site iHelp.br (via 9to5Mac). The new screens discovered in the beta show graphics used to pair the Apple Watch during setup, and list “Titanium […]

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Trump administration bans federal agencies from buying Huawei, ZTE tech

By | 5g, Companies, Congress, Gadgets, Government, huawei, Policy, Security, spokesperson, telecommunications, Trump administration, United States

The Trump administration has banned U.S. federal agencies from buying equipment and obtaining services from Huawei and two other companies as part of the government’s latest crackdown on Chinese technology amid national security fears. Jacob Wood, a spokesperson for the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, was quoted as saying that the administration will […]

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Trump administration bans federal agencies from buying Huawei, ZTE tech

By | 5g, Companies, Congress, Gadgets, Government, huawei, Policy, Security, spokesperson, telecommunications, Trump administration, United States

The Trump administration has banned U.S. federal agencies from buying equipment and obtaining services from Huawei and two other companies as part of the government’s latest crackdown on Chinese technology amid national security fears. Jacob Wood, a spokesperson for the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, was quoted as saying that the administration will […]

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