KFC joins forces with Huawei to launch its own smartphone!
The American fast-food chain joined forces with Chinese tech manufacturer Huawei in the idea of launching a new terminal The KFC smartphone will mark the 30 th anniversary of the American brand, famous for its delicious chicken wings and adored by Chinese.
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Twenty-eight banks collaborate in blockchain project that will enable the real-time management of accounts used to make cross-border payments…
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Microsoft joins open source PaaS project Cloud Foundry Foundation as a gold member — The Cloud Foundry Summit Silicon Valley opened in Santa Clara, California, today with announcements by the Cloud Foundry Foundation of a new certification for developers as well as a new member, Microsoft.
Former ABC, Martha Stewart Living Exec Joins GoPro Board
GoPro Inc. has named Susan Lyne, founder and president of AOL-backed investment fund BBG Ventures, to its board of directors. According to the action camera and Karma drone maker, Lyne brings decades of experience in media, e-commerce, technology and …
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DJI Mavic Pro
Wherever You Go The DJI Mavic Pro is a small yet powerful drone that turns the sky into your creative canvass easily and without …
GoPro HERO5 Black
Capture different with HERO5 Black. Share immersive 4K perspectives that make you feel like you’re there. HERO5 Black makes it e…
Gionee joins the dual-camera bandwagon with the A1 Plus
In addition, it has support for dual-SIM, 4G LTE, USB OTG and the likes. The A1 Plus, on the other hand, features the newly launched MediaTek Helio P25 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with a 6-inch full HD display on top. On the front …
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Following President Trump’s executive order on immigration, several protests have arisen around the country. With the tech industry especially impacted by the halt, Google co-founder Sergey Br…
Former Mozilla dev joins chorus roasting anti-virus, says ‘It’s poison!’
Bwahahaha!”. “At best, there is negligible evidence that major non-Microsoft antivirus products give a net improvement in security,” O’Callahan says.
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