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Internet of Things
Dubai based telecommunications service provider du recently announced the launch of its all-new Smart Home Services for all UAE residents with packages in home automation, home monitoring and IT consultancy services on March 1, 2017.
With smartphones starting support for higher resolution displays, it is only natural to see a rise in video and streaming services designed to use those bigger screens.
The inexpensive and durable feature phone refresh that you've all been waiting for is finally here with the announcement taking place at the MWC 2017 trade show.
Google Assistant, Google's voice controlled AI assistant which was an exclusive to Pixel phones, will now start rolling out to more handsets this week.
Facebook really seems to like Snapchat Stories.
At the World Government Summit 2017 in Dubai on Monday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the company's plans for the UAE, along with firm assurance that the UAE government is set on backing the adoption of electric vehicles in the country.
For now, the feature will only be available to "Creators" with more than 10,000 subscribers, but it will soon roll out for all users.
Binging shows won't need an Internet connection now.
Google will be working with Belkin's Wemo and Honeywell to grant users to automate their home even further with just their voice.
According to the spec details, the unnamed Nokia tablet will feature a massive screen size of 18.4-inches and will boast a crisp resolution of 2560 x 1440.
Reports suggest that Adobe is working on a digital assistant that is designed to understand "creative workflows and the creative aspirations" of its users.
If you ever felt that your 128GB flash drive was mighty, Kingston just trumped you with its all new 2TB USB stick announced at CES 2017.
It looks like Vine just might live on.
The launch in the UAE is part of a global expansion, which plans on bring the service to more than 200 territories worldwide.
The headphones are apparently capable of being programmed to let only certain sounds in, which can be adjusted in the new Bose Hear app.
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