Klipsch Brings Alexa And Google Assistant Support To Its Sound Bars

Klipsch Brings Alexa And Google Assistant Support To Its Sound Bars

Klipsch, the audio company, has declared a new range of smart sound bars before the CES 2019 event. The 5 latest sound bars have features such as in-built Alexa, Google Assistant, and Dolby Atmos (in one model). They will have a price tag in the range of $299 to $1,599 and will be launching out […]

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Huawei Employee Penalized For Tweeting Via iPhone

Huawei Employee Penalized For Tweeting Via iPhone

Huawei Technologies was left red-faced when two of its employees used an iPhone to write a post on the firm’s official Twitter account. Huawei’s P-series are close competitors for Apple’s iPhone and unfortunately that division’s New Year’s Day wishes to its followers was done via a tweet “Happy #2019” that was marked as “through Twitter […]

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Roku To Challenge Amazon Prime With Its Newly Rolled Out Service

Roku To Challenge Amazon Prime With Its Newly Rolled Out Service

The streaming set-top box maker, Roku is all set to break the records with a phenomenal service that will offer paid premium channels like Starz and Showtime, which can also be watched on the smartphones. Roku revealed its list of Premium Subscriptions about to release this month in a phased rollout. The basic idea of […]

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Cyber Attack Leaves NASA’s Fundamental Data Vulnerable

Cyber Attack Leaves NASA’s Fundamental Data Vulnerable

A cybersecurity personnel from NASA personnel has currently examined the components of the NASA servers wherein personally identifiable information (PII) was stockpiled. After the first investigation, NASA confirmed that data from one of the servers possessing Social Security numbers plus other PII information of present and ex- NASA employees have been breached. The employees’ data […]

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Gboard Shows Support For 500 Languages Just 2 Years After Roll Out

Gboard Shows Support For 500 Languages Just 2 Years After Roll Out

Just 2 Years after roll out, the Gboard virtual keyboard by Google on Android supports 500 languages. That, as per Google, allows almost 90% of the Earth’s human population to interact in their first language on their handsets. Overall, Gboard supports over 40 writing systems, from scripts employed in most of the languages—such as Cyrillic, […]

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