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Amazon proposes special air zone for delivery drones

US online retailer Amazon has called for a separate airspace zone across the United States dedicated to commercial drones that could deliver goods to customers, ... Read more

GM to invest $5 billion to develop a new line-up for emerging markets

General Motors Co. on Tuesday said it will be investing $5 billion over several years to expand its Chevrolet line-up to gain market share and help the ... Read more

Google Introduces Patent Starter Program To Fight Patent Trolls

Web giant Google has announced that it is giving away patents to fifty eligible startups. The company’s Patent Starter Program would offer startups free ... Read more

Schmidt Maschinenbau GmbH to Open First U.S. Production Facility in Auburn

German-based manufacturer Schmidt Maschinenbau GmbH announced that it has chosen Auburn, Alabama as the location for its first U.S. manufacturing facility. ... Read more

Xiaomi partners with Uber for smartphone delivery

Chinese phone giant Xiaomi is looking to bolster its profile in global markets. The company is attempting novelty delivery of its phone to customers by ... Read more

Mitsubishi Motors plans to end US production, to focus more on Asian markets

Japanese automaker Mitsubishi has reportedly decided to end production in the US, a media report said Friday. On account of declining demand in the United ... Read more

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  • Qualcomm to cut thousands of job cuts, eyes a breakup

    Qualcomm to cut thousands of job cuts, eyes a breakup

    The San Diego, California-based chipmaker revealed more signs of weakness in its latest earnings report on Wednesday. A huge drop in revenues and net income has prompted the company to reduce its workforce under a restructuring plan to cut down annual spending and review strategic alternatives, including a breakup. In spite of all of this, […]

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  • FCC set to approve AT&T’s $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV

    FCC set to approve AT&T’s $49 billion acquisition of DirecTV

    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is ready to approve the $49 billion AT&T- satellite service DirecTV merger, a deal which would transform the carrier into the nation’s largest pay-television operator. On Tuesday, the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Tom Wheeler said he has circulated his approval recommendation with the FCC’s other […]

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  • Ford developing new advanced lighting technology to spotlight hazards

    Ford developing new advanced lighting technology to spotlight hazards

    Ford is developing new safety lighting technology that uses GPS and infra-red cameras that will facilitate drivers to more easily identify potential hazards, including pedestrians, cyclists and animals on unlit roads, the company announced Friday. The new Camera-Based Advanced Front Lighting System developed by the company’s Research and Innovation Centre in Aachen, Germany essentially underscores […]

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  • Samsung announced new Galaxy Tab S2 tablets, coming next month

    Samsung announced new Galaxy Tab S2 tablets, coming next month

    Samsung announced its thinnest and lightest tablet of its size ever that aims to be a more attractive alternative to the iPad Air 2 of Apple. The Korean mobile giant has launched the new Galaxy Tab S2 which comes in the form of two models, the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 and Tab S2 9.7, differentiated […]

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  • Lockheed Reportedly Acquiring United Tech’s Sikorsky For More Than $8 Billion

    Lockheed Reportedly Acquiring United Tech’s Sikorsky For More Than $8 Billion

    US defence contractor Lockheed Martin Corporation has agreed to buy United Technologies Corp’s (UTC) Black Hawk helicopter manufacturer, the Sikorsky for over $8 billion. Sikorsky is the maker of the flagship Black Hawk helicopters that are used by the United States military department. The deal could be announced on Monday in advance of a second […]

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  • Apple, Samsung in talks with carrier trade group to adopt e-SIM technology

    Apple, Samsung in talks with carrier trade group to adopt e-SIM technology

    Traditional SIM cards might no longer be the standard in the near future. According to a new report from The Financial Times, Samsung and Apple are both in advanced talks with the GSMA, the mobile telecom industry association that supports the GSM standard, to participate in a standardized embeddable electronic SIM card. Electronic SIMs (or e-SIMs) […]

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  • Google launches 'buy' button in mobile ads, users can buy stuff directly through search results

    Google launches ‘buy’ button in mobile ads, users can buy stuff directly through search results

    Google Inc on Wednesday launched a trial of a feature allowing shoppers to buy items directly from mobile search ads, in an effort to make mobile search more useful and provide advertisers a new way to allure customers. The introduction of ‘Purchases on Google’ comes as Facebook and Pinterest have been intensifying efforts to advance […]

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  • eBay to sell enterprise unit for about $900 million

    eBay to sell enterprise unit for about $900 million

    E-commerce company eBay Inc is closing in on a deal to sell its Enterprise unit to consortium led by London-based private equity firm Permira for more than $900 million, according to reports from Wall Street Journal late Wednesday. The deal is expected to be announced as soon as July 16, when eBay is scheduled to release second-quarter […]

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  • HTC Launches Four New Desire Smartphones In The United States

    HTC Launches Four New Desire Smartphones In The United States

    Taiwan-based device manufacturer HTC announced that they are launching a number of devices in their Desire smartphone line across United States mobile carriers. The new members of the Desire lineup include HTC Desire 626s and Desire 626, as well as the HTC Desire 526 and Desire 520, all made out of plastic and come in […]

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  • Nokia reportedly seeking partner to make a comeback into smartphone business

    Nokia reportedly seeking partner to make a comeback into smartphone business

    Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia said on Monday that it was looking at re-entering the smartphone business and may start designing and licensing mobile phone devices under its brand name in 2016. The company is looking for a partner who would help with the production, marketing, sales and customer support for the products. The Finnish […]

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