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Nimbus Data Introduces World’s Biggest SSD

Nimbus Data

  Nimbus Data, which pioneered flash memory solution, has come out with the world’s biggest 3.5-inch solid state drive (SSD) with 100 terabytes (TB) storage. In a press statement, the company said ExaDrive DC100 uses energy efficiently as it “draws 85 percent less power per terabyte” or 0.1 watts/TB. “These …

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Google Rolls out Update to Android Auto

Android Auto

Google has silently introduced a new feature to Android Auto that allows a user to unlock a phone by swiping on it even while connected or active. The update was first noticed by Redditors. Google has not come out though with an announcement on Android Auto’s new feature. Mashable said …

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Concerned About Irregular Heartbeat? Use Kardia Band

Kardia Band

Do you use an Apple Watch and want to know if your irregular heartbeat is normal or a symptom of heart disease? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved an accessory made by AliveCor called Kardia Band that can detect irregular heart rhythm. An irregular heartbeat that is …

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How to Disable Face Recognition on Facebook

Face Recognition

In mid-December last year, Facebook announced that it has rolled out free tools to allow its billions of users “to better manage their identity on Facebook using face recognition.” “Powered by the same technology we’ve used to suggest friends you may want to tag in photos or videos, these new …

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Apple Investors Urged to Help Parents Control Their Kids’ Phone Usage

iPhone use

How often and how long should a kid use his or her smartphone? That is one question that has often been asked by parents. (Read: Every Parent Who Gives Their Kid an iPhone Should Make Their Kid Follow These 18 Rules) Two Apple investors – Jana Partners LLC and the …

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Apple Says Sorry for iPhone Battery Issue

iPhone Battery

Apple has apologized to iPhone users for the slow performance of their device with older batteries but denied intentionally shortening the lifespan of any of the company’s products. In a message on its website, the company said: “We’ve been hearing feedback from our customers about the way we handle performance …

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Walmart Goes All-Out Against Amazon With Personal Shopping Service

Walmart

Walmart’s subsidiary called Code Eight set up by startup incubator Store No. 8 is testing a personal shopping service that targets ”high net worth urban consumers,” according to a Recode report that cited “multiple sources.” (Read: Walmart Unveils ‘Store No. 8’ Tech Incubator) With the service, those types of customers …

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Mobile Purchases Make up 42% of Black Friday Sales Online

Black Friday

Crowds in retail stores were surprisingly sparse on Black Friday – the traditional start of the holiday shopping season and long considered the day when retail sales are at their peak. Apparently, millions of shoppers were making purchases online as they chose to avoid shopping malls. (Stores Were Emptier Than …

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Apple Eyes Better Imaging Capabilities on iPhone

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Apple is out to improve the imaging capabilities of its gadgets. The company has acquired InVisage Technologies, a startup based in Menlo Park, California that developed QuantumFilm technology. The technology uses less memory space in smartphones than traditional camera sensors but with better performance. TechCrunch learned about the acquisition, but …

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