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Nvidia begins building hype around a mysterious new product.
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Amazon is reportedly developing a new voice-powered device that can read human emotions.
Acer drops AMD's 2nd-gen Ryzen 7 CPUs into the Nitro 5 gaming laptop and Swift 3 ultrabook.
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A leaked ARM memo reveals that it is halting all business with Huawei, which could spell disaster for Huawei phones and Kirin processors.
Google has fixed a G Suite issue that left some passwords stored in plain text on its servers.
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Telstra and Samsung have finally dropped the details on just when Galaxy S10+ buyers will be able to cash in their free upgrade to 5G.
The Nokia 9 PureView feels like a great foundation for the next generation of Nokia devices, but it doesn’t feel like a foundation I’m rushing to lean on just yet.
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