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Consumer electronics is one of the most competitive and exciting sectors in the tech industry. It moves incredibly fast so you need to make sure you have the right information. You can get that from the daily consumer electronics news email from Wiser. Consumer electronics cover all electronic devices designed for personal, everyday use. The first such devices were radios manufactured in the 1920s. Over the decades, demand for devices like televisions, personal audio players, telephones, cameras and computing equipment has increased dramatically. That consumer demand and thirst for new innovation remain. As a result companies continue to develop devices that are smaller, more integrated, more powerful, and more connected. This is the future for consumer electronics, particularly in regard to personal computing, entertainment and communication. But there are also innovations and new technologies that are starting to expand this, such as the internet of things. This is one of the fastest changing industries in the technology sector, as devices become instantly out-dated as soon as they arrive on the shop shelves. But you can stay ahead of the curve: just sign up for the Wiser daily consumer electronics news email.

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Bronx Hotline Helps People Make the Right Call After an Arrest
The New York Times • Ashley Southall
Over 72 Percent of Millennial Women Buy Wearables to Track This (It's Not Fitness)
Inc. • Melanie Curtin
iPhone 8 Exclusive: Apple Makes Radical Changes
Forbes • Contributor, Gordon Kelly
Samsung 'Confirms' Galaxy Note 8 Is Massive
Forbes • Contributor, Gordon Kelly
Why Apple iOS 10.3.3 Is An Essential Update
Forbes • Contributor, Gordon Kelly
Why Microsoft's 'Confirmed' Surface Phone Shouldn't Be A Phone
Forbes • Contributor, Ewan Spence
Myth busters
BBC
O2 renews sponsorship of Academy music venues in £70m deal
The Guardian • Mark Sweney
7 signs your design style is out of date
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Apps on mobiles expand 'privacy' debate exponentially
The Economic Times of IndiaDhananjay Mahapatra
In deciding the constitutional status of ‘right to privacy’, nine judges of our Supreme Court face a maze that has tested the best minds around the world since 1890, when Harvard Law Review published an article titled ‘The Right to Privacy’ by...
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Mobile Phones
Bronx Hotline Helps People Make the Right Call After an Arrest
The New York TimesAshley Southall
For the more than 250,000 people who are arrested each year in New York City, phone calls to lawyers and loved ones can mean the difference between freedom and jail. But when the police make arrests, they routinely confiscate cellphones, where rarely...
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Warby Parker, Wearable Technology
Over 72 Percent of Millennial Women Buy Wearables to Track This (It's Not Fitness)
Inc.Melanie Curtin
Wearable technology was touted as the future, but has yet to really take off the way some thought it would. Apple Watch was arguably unsuccessful, and other wearables have hardly become the norm. However, the company Lumoid has some interesting data on...
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Apple Inc, Mobile Phones
iPhone 8 Exclusive: Apple Makes Radical Changes
ForbesContributor, Gordon Kelly
One week ago I was able to exclusively confirm the iPhone 8 design, but there wasn’t a lot of detail. That changes today… Expanding upon that report I have again worked with luxury case maker Nodus to delve deeper into Apple AAPL...
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Samsung Electronics, Smartphones
Samsung 'Confirms' Galaxy Note 8 Is Massive
ForbesContributor, Gordon Kelly
Samsung is clearly excited about its (eye wateringly expensive) Galaxy Note 8. Earlier this month the company ‘accidentally’ leaked it and now Samsung has gone a step further and officially promoted its massive size and new design… This details came this week...
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Apple Inc, Google Inc
Why Apple iOS 10.3.3 Is An Essential Update
ForbesContributor, Gordon Kelly
Apple iOS 10.3.3 has problems but what appears to be an otherwise dull update on the surface, actually hides a crucial improvement (but bad news for older iPhones) if you delve deeper... Buried deep in Apple’s official iOS 10.3.3security notesis something startling:...
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Microsoft Corp, Mobile Phones
Why Microsoft's 'Confirmed' Surface Phone Shouldn't Be A Phone
ForbesContributor, Ewan Spence
The buzz around a new smartphone from Microsoft continues to build. Although Windows Phone has now reached the end of its life, Redmond is not finished with mobile technology. CEO Satya Nadella went as far as confirming that Microsoft will “make more...
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Digital Media, Mobile Phones
Myth busters
BBC
The explosion of mobile phones and connectivity has fuelled a scourge of fake news in the country.
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Mobile Phones
O2 renews sponsorship of Academy music venues in £70m deal
The GuardianMark Sweney
O2 has renewed its sponsorship of music venues across Britain, including the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Brixton Academy and Manchester Apollo, in a deal thought to be worth about £70m over the next decade. The agreement sees the mobile phone operator retain the...
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Communication Design, Design
7 signs your design style is out of date
The Next WebPaul Trani
If you’ve worked in the design industry for any length of time you’ve probably seen styles come and go. Maybe you’re using some styles that are so popular they’ve reached their saturation point. Or maybe you haven’t even realized the possibilities that...
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