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Maybe earbud charging cases don't have to look terrible – TechCrunch

Since the advent of bluetooth earbuds, charging case have been utilitarian, at best. Understandable. I suspect few, if any, buy the things based on how their cases look. For many of us, however, headphones are the one piece of tech aside from a smartphone (and perhaps, wearable) we never leave the house without. When they're not bad, the design is …

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Hackers exploit more than 70,000 Chromecasts, promote PewDiePie

A pair of hackers have hijacked Google Chromecasts and called on their owners to follow YouTubers PewDiePie. The hackers, known as HackerGiraffe and j3ws3r, are estimated to have accessed more than 70,000 devices so far with the exploit, according to the CastHack website the hackers launched (via The Verge ). Affected Chromecasts cast a message stating their device is exposing …

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Samsung's first Exynos Auto chip comes to future Audi cars

We knew that the chip was in depth after Samsung was announced in 2017 and confirmed the partnership with Audi. The relationship between the two companies actually goes back to 2015, when Samsung became the first memory provider to join the German car manufacturer's Progressive Semiconductor Program. Last October, Samsung also revealed that it will deliver an OLED display to …

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Apple services revenue is undermined by Netflix

Spare a thought for Apple and its raging New Year's hangover. The company's stock price plummeted in after-hours and pre-market trading on Wednesday, as the company revised its revenue estimate for its first fiscal quarter down to $ 84 billion. Apple had previously invested in expecting revenue between $ 89 billion and $ 93 billion. Chief Executive Tim Cook pinned …

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Project cars developers to create their own console, the Mad Box

Some crazy studios, the producers of skilled tasks, including Project Cars and Need for Speed: Shift, have announced plans to launch their own game console. Less than a week to 2019, we already have a strong competitor for Gaming Folly Of the Year. Unlike Ouya, the last major attempt to establish a new player in the console market, this is …

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Apple and Samsung feel the sting of plateau smartphones

If there is one thing we learned from Samsung's soft sales of the Galaxy S9 to 2018, and Apple's dramatically reduced forecast for iPhone revenue at the end of that year, most people who want a good smartphone already have one. In yesterday's letter to investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook explained the reasons why the company sold (many) fewer iPhones …

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