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WD SanDisk Extreme, SanDisk Extreme Pro SSDs launched, offers 2x the speed over previous generation
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WD SanDisk Extreme, SanDisk Extreme Pro SSDs launched, offers 2x the speed over previous generation

The SanDisk Extreme and SanDisk Extreme Pro portable SSDs are available with up to 4 TB storage space.

Coronavirus Outbreak: BMC allows reopening of single electronics, hardware shops
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Coronavirus Outbreak: BMC allows reopening of single electronics, hardware shops

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has amended its previous order and allowed reopening of standalone electronics and hardware shops in the city during the lockdown, saying there is an urgent need to keep such shops open to some extent

EC promises required number of VVPATs for 2019 LS polls by end of November, says hardware of machines also improved
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EC promises required number of VVPATs for 2019 LS polls by end of November, says hardware of machines also improved

The EC said it has enhanced the requirement of additional VVPATs for the 2019 LS polls from 125 percent to 135 percent, considering the failure rate of VVPATs in past elections

Apple to let third-party service provider Simply Mac do authorised screen repairs
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Apple to let third-party service provider Simply Mac do authorised screen repairs

The iPhone maker has deployed its official repair machines in only five of the Simply Mac locations.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reflects the slow growth in hardware innovation: Report
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reflects the slow growth in hardware innovation: Report

The new phone will get some automatic photo editing and a stylus that can serve as a remote control.

Samsung's Galaxy S7 contains a security flaw making it vulnerable to hacking
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Samsung's Galaxy S7 contains a security flaw making it vulnerable to hacking

The Galaxy S7 is currently used by some 30 million people, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.

Xiaomi founder Lei Jun promises to give excess profits from hardware business to users
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Xiaomi founder Lei Jun promises to give excess profits from hardware business to users

The promise comes as Xiaomi is looking to market its internet services business to investors ahead of an IPO that could potentially value the smartphone maker at $100 billion.

Augmented video games can help in stroke recovery: Study
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Augmented video games can help in stroke recovery: Study

The technique developed by a group of researchers at IIT, Gandhinagar, is a computer-based exercise platform augmented with a feeling of touch.

Nearly 84 percent device manufacturers are embracing software as core business model
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Nearly 84 percent device manufacturers are embracing software as core business model

Out of the 84 percent companies who have moved on to a software-centric approach, 37 percent firms have had 11 percent average increase in revenue.

Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students
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Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students

As many as 60,000 government high school students in Kerala will be taught animation, electronics, hardware, cyber-safety and Malayalam computing.

Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production
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Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production

The National Policy on Electronics was drawn up in 2012 and approved by the previous the UPA cabinet in 2013.

Samsung secures permission from authorities in South Korea to test driverless vehicles
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Samsung secures permission from authorities in South Korea to test driverless vehicles

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has got permission from South Korean authorities to domestically test a driverless vehicle.

Facebook is planning to launch cameras, augmented reality devices, and drones at F8 2017
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Facebook is planning to launch cameras, augmented reality devices, and drones at F8 2017

In a fresh bid to take on rivals like Apple, Google and Snap, Facebook is reportedly foraying into consumer hardware products that may involve next-gen cameras, augmented reality (AR) devices, drones and even a brain scanning technology.

Snap starts to go the hardware route as Facebook bakes 'Snap' like functionality in all its apps
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Snap starts to go the hardware route as Facebook bakes 'Snap' like functionality in all its apps

Snap Inc takes to the road in London on Monday to promote its initial public offering with a daring proposition: that it can build hot-selling hardware gadgets and ad-friendly software features fast enough to stay one step ahead of Facebook.

Digital services provider Lucideus starts Cyber Whiz Kids; a cyber security awareness course  for youth
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Digital services provider Lucideus starts Cyber Whiz Kids; a cyber security awareness course for youth

In a bid to bring awareness among the youth regarding the growing cyber attacks and cyberbullying, Delhi-based IT risk assessment and digital security services provider Lucideus on Monday launched a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity course.

Facebook hardware development division announces partnership with 17 universities
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Facebook hardware development division announces partnership with 17 universities

Facebook Inc's hardware development division on Wednesday announced a new partnership with Harvard, Princeton and 15 other universities intended to allow swifter collaboration on technology research projects.

TCL secures licensing deal to make BlackBerry-branded smartphones
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TCL secures licensing deal to make BlackBerry-branded smartphones

BlackBerry Ltd said China's TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd would make and sell BlackBerry-branded mobile devices globally, the Canadian smartphone pioneer's first licensing deal since its transition to a software company.

Microsoft may give concessions in software and hardware to win EU approval
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Microsoft may give concessions in software and hardware to win EU approval

Microsoft will still allow LinkedIn's rivals access to its software and give hardware makers the option of installing other services to try to win EU approval for its takeover of the U.S. firm, people familiar with the matter said.

Mark Zuckerberg challenges APEC countries to connect everyone with Internet for economic gains
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Mark Zuckerberg challenges APEC countries to connect everyone with Internet for economic gains

In a keynote address to the APEC CEO Summit in Lima on Saturday, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, challenged the world to connect all people to the internet and reap the economic benefits of doing so.

Security experts stress on the importance of the right mix between software and hardware security
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Security experts stress on the importance of the right mix between software and hardware security

At a time when governments and enterprises the world over are brainstorming over ways to secure their data on the Cloud platform, a right mix of security in both hardware and software is the key to ward off hackers and minimise cyber attacks, a top security expert has reiterated.