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Google buys Fitbit, so could we finally get a Pixel Watch?

After the recent rumors it is now official: Google's parent company Alphabet buys Fitbit. The deal rates Fitbit at around $ 2.1 billion and is expected to be completed by 2020, subject to the approval of Fitbit shareholders and regulators Watch – a competition that Fitbit is struggling with. However, the most exciting part of this business could be what …

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Fake voice mail hacking Microsoft 365 accounts

Microsoft customers have been warned that after the advent of a new scam targeted at Office 365 users, they will be particularly careful with online security in handling their Office 365 email sign-ups, which were then used to hijack user accounts , Millions of users may have been affected by the attacks. McAfee said several major companies were affected, including …

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The UAE seeks an AI-driven future

Five years ago, perhaps not many people would have considered Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates as global leaders in artificial intelligence (AI). This changed in 2017, when the UAE was the first country in the world to set up a special AI ministry. Today, Abu Dhabi is taking another important step to bring AI to the forefront of …

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Chrome gets back a popular tab option after angry users yell

Google restores a tab management tool removed from Chrome 78 to avoid unnecessary pop-up of browser menus. The Close Other Tabs option appeared in the context menu when users right-clicked a tab in Chrome. According to Google's usage statistics, only 2.2% of users actually accessed it, and browser developers decided they would not be overlooked. You were wrong – 2.2% …

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China Launches World's Largest 5G Network

China's three state mobile operators have turned on the world's largest 5G network at a moment known as the "turning point" for mobile technology. With more than one billion active subscriptions, the country is the world's largest mobile market. While 5G's development was strongly supported by industry heavyweights such as Huawei and the government. Operators need additional capacity to meet …

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Huawei could work on a new high-end tablet for iPad Pro or Galaxy Tab S6

Huawei is no stranger to high-end tablets, but Apple's iPad professionals with world-class specifications and a dedicated tablet operating system are currently dominating this corner of the slate market. It looks like Huawei will make another attack on the market, as its new premium tablet, the MatePad Pro, has just leaked out to simple tweets: one confirms the name of …

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