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Apple taps more Chinese suppliers for producing its latest iPhone

Leading multinational tech company, Apple Inc., is reportedly tapping more raw material suppliers in China to produce its upcoming iPhone. This seems to indicate that the technological competitiveness of the nation is still increasing despite Washington's ongoing

Ray-Ban smart glasses to be Facebook’s next big hardware launch

The social networking giant Facebook's business is majorly driven by digital advertising, but the company also has been serious on the hardware side with its virtual reality headset Oculus VR and is now gearing up for launching augmented reality glasses.

Facebook pauses Oculus Quest 2 sales and recalls its foam face masks

Facebook has reportedly announced that it has decided to halt the global sales of its Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality (VR) headsets while it upgrades the storage and replaces its rash-inducing foam facial covers with a silicone design. The VR headsets are expected to b

Japan to foray into space tourism with remote-controlled robots

As part of a collaborative project between ANA Holdings' telepresence start-up, avatarin, and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the International Space Station is reportedly getting remote-controlled mobile robotic "space avatars" that the p

Intel warns of extreme shortage of processors in Q3 of 2021

American semiconductor company, Intel Corp. has reportedly warned consumers that its processor supply is likely to hit bottom in the near future, as the firm foresees issues on the stock front.

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OnePlus’ third-generation TWS earbuds are a premium-looking bargain

OnePlus has recently unveiled the third generation of its truly wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro, along with the new Nord 2 smartphone. These earbuds will be available in the U.S. and Canada from September 1, retailing at USD 149.99.

Peloton forays into gaming sector with new in-app pedaling video game

Peloton Interactive, Inc., the leading American exercise equipment and media firm, has reportedly set foot in the video game business by unveiling a new in-app video game for the company’s Pelton-bike range.

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UCSD scientists develop a device that turns human sweat into charger

Researchers from UC San Diego have reportedly made a major technological breakthrough by introducing a device that extracts sweat from the user’s fingertip for generating power. The user does not have to make any effort to make it work as it functions even when

Chinese-owned firm Nexperia buys UK's largest silicon chip maker NWF

Chinese-owned semiconductor manufacturer, Nexperia, has reportedly announced the acquisition of Newport Wafer Fab (NWF), the largest manufacturer of semiconductor chips in the UK.

According to reports, after news of the takeover ca