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The company has reportedly been working on the stand-alone VR system for more than a year now. Among those controls there will be a button that lets you access the new Chromecast support. The most outstanding product launched is, however, the VR headset. While none of the three companies involved have divulged much at this point, Google did confirm that the tether-free VR headsets will be powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 835 SoC.
  • BMW 1 Series and 2 Series facelift

    BMW 1 Series and 2 Series facelift

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    Scheduled for market launch in July, the coupe and drop top sisters of the 1 Series feature revised front-end styling, a refreshed interior and more equipment. BMW has also trademarked the 825, 830, 835, 850, 845, 860 and M850 monikers, indicating the variants which will be available in the 8 Series line-up.
  • Google Fuchsia OS gets new UI, may replace Android in the future

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    According to HotFix , the UI of Fuchsia is now known as Armadillo (artist's rendering above). We are waiting for Google to make some announcements on this Fuchsia OS. The OS is tightly integrated with Google's Flutter SDK , which produces cross-platform code for Android and iOS. As screenshots of Fuchsia's UI suggest, Google has invested a considerable amount of manpower into developing the OS, but it could also very well scrap the plan.
  • This Is Microsoft's Response to Amazon Echo and Google Home

    This Is Microsoft's Response to Amazon Echo and Google Home

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    Harman Kardon's Cortana-powered speaker, called Invoke , is set to launch in the Fall, and while it hasn't been properly announced yet, a product page for it did briefly appear on the web, revealing numerous juicy details. As for the features , the Invoke speaker is powered by Harman Kardon's legacy audio technology and projects sound at 360 degrees. Invoke is coming soon and looks about as we'd expect it to.
  • Qualcomm plans to block import of Apple's iPhone in the United States

    Qualcomm plans to block import of Apple's iPhone in the United States

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    Apple is legally bound to pay for Qualcomm's technology, as Apple itself has patents and charges for them - and to make it worse, Apple stopped paying Qualcomm their owed technology license payments. When quizzed about the possibility of Qualcomm attempting to halt iPhone sales, Cook said: "That's both the price and the business terms". Qualcomm has not made such an offer to Apple .
  • The Sprint Magic Box will improve your coverage and increase download speeds

    The Sprint Magic Box will improve your coverage and increase download speeds

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    Installation is supposed to be a snap - just plug in to a regular power outlet and play. You can, however, apply online and the company will get back to you. Sprint's "magic box" was introduced yesterday and is available in Denver, as well as San Francisco, Indianapolis, New York, Chicago, and Houston.The company says all a customer needs to do with the box is place it by a window and plug it in.
  • Sony PlayStation 5 may be launched in 2018

    Sony PlayStation 5 may be launched in 2018

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    The Nintendo Switch is the talk of the town right now in the gaming consoles business, but that doesn't mean Sony and Microsoft aren't working on next-gen devices of their own. But speculations do suggest that PlayStation 5 or PS5 will come out on the market in the year 2018. As for Sony , they've had very strong E3 showings in the recent years with announcements that set the industry ablaze such as Final Fantasy VII Remake and Shenmue 3 .
  • Samsung offering free Entertainment Kit to Galaxy S8 and S8+ buyers

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    The Galaxy S8 will also connect to the new Gear 360 to create 4K 360-degree videos and 15MP photos. Along with the update, the device also receives new interface from EMUI 5.0, Android Authority reported . The Galaxy S8 will be offered in a rich colour palette including midnight black, orchid grey, and maple gold. In the meantime, (re) discover what we liked and less liked in the Galaxy S8 +.
  • After Katrina, This Bollywood Actor Also Poses In Towel For Mario Testino!

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    Needless to say, these pics will make anyone go weak in the knees. Their chemistry looked incredible as they posed for Mario in Ram Bagh Palace, Jaipur. She has also received a fantastic welcome on Instagram with Salman Khan calling Katrina a "tigress" and Shah Rukh Khan, said that the app has gone prettier because of her existence.
  • IPhone sales dropped in the first three months of 2017

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    Insiders sold 382,952 shares of company stock worth $50,943,691 in the last quarter. That's fantastic for a company of Apple's size, but not the impossible-to-believe growth machine of past years. Apple's second quarter earnings results are in, and the company reported iPhone sales of about 50.8 million units for a revenue figure of $33.2 billion.
  • Hyundai Motor posts 21% drop in first-quarter profits

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    Construction is slated to begin in the second half of this year and be completed by 2019, the company said. A total of 377,315 vehicles were manufactured domestically, taking up 57.3 percent of all production, while 281,017 cars were made in overseas manufacturing plants including Mexico.
  • Nintendo Switch sales hit 2.74m worldwide

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    Nintendo made the disclosure in its new earnings report [PDF] for the fiscal year 2016, released on Thursday, April 27. The PS4 launched on November 15, 2013 and Sony reported 4.2 million in sales by December 28 of that year. Specialists are wondering whether the profits of Nintendo Switch will surpass those of the Wii console. Downloads for Fire Emblem were less than one-tenth of that figure, but Fire Emblem earned more than Mario through in-game purchases.
  • (INTC) Upgraded to "Buy" by Vetr Inc

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    Six analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, fourteen have issued a hold rating and twenty-six have assigned a buy rating to the company's stock. Until it struck the deal, Santa Clara-based Intel's presence in the market was through investments in at least half a dozen start-up companies developing different components for self-driving systems.
  • Senate confirms No. 2 at Justice; will lead Russia probe

    Senate confirms No. 2 at Justice; will lead Russia probe

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    Rosenstein was confirmed for the post in the 94 to 6 vote. At the top of his agenda will be overseeing the Justice Department's Russian Federation hacking investigation - or deciding whether to name a special counsel to handle the probe because Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the inquiry.