Consumer Electronics News

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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New Galaxy S9 Leak Reveals Major Disappointment
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UK financial watchdog’s fines increase tenfold
Financial Times
Tech's leaps, limps and likes: The 7 trends that defined 2017
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Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future in U.S.
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From the Editor's Desk: A great time to re-evaluate 2017's best phones
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Reliance retail plans to expand business-to-business play
The Economic Times of India • Writankar Mukherjee
Common Moto G5 problems and how to fix them
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The OnePlus 5T is unable to stream Netflix, Amazon Prime Video in HD
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Many in tech are not only busy wrapping up year-end business but also simultaneously preparing for the big, annual CES convention that will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada in just a couple of weeks. Nearly every and anything pertaining to the...
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Mystique
The New York TimesCaitlin Lovinger
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New Galaxy S9 Leak Reveals Major Disappointment
ForbesContributor, Ewan Spence
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is going to be the first major handset revealed in 2018, and its launch will set the path for discussions about mobile technology for the next twelve months. The latest leaked images suggest that the South Korean company is...
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UK financial watchdog’s fines increase tenfold
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Tech's leaps, limps and likes: The 7 trends that defined 2017
Smart PlanetLarry Dignan
With 2017 almost in the record books, it's worth a review of the main topics as well as what we learned from them. Here's a look at the seven trends identified by ZDNet editors and a crib sheet to the broader video...
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Net Neutrality’s Holes in Europe May Offer Peek at Future in U.S.
The New York TimesAmie Tsang, Liz Alderman
Last spring, Swedes got a tantalizing offer: If they subscribed to Sweden’s biggest telecom provider, Telia Company AB, they could have unlimited access on their mobile phones to Facebook, Spotify, Instagram and other blockbuster apps. Swedish regulators tried to put a stop...
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From the Editor's Desk: A great time to re-evaluate 2017's best phones
Android CentralAndrew Martonik
For many of us, December is the time to buy a new phone. Whether for ourselves or as a gift, the holiday season presents a good opportunity to get a new device with all of the discounts being handed around. And as...
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Reliance retail plans to expand business-to-business play
The Economic Times of IndiaWritankar Mukherjee
KOLKATA: Reliance Retail wants to expand its business-to-business play by foraying into distribution of apparel, FMCG and white goods directly to neighbourhood and kirana outlets since it wants to tap a larger pie of the market considering scope of exponential growth in...
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Common Moto G5 problems and how to fix them
Android CentralHarish Jonnalagadda
Having issues with your Moto G5 or G5 Plus? We're here to help. The Moto G5 and G5 Plus continue Motorola's dominance in the budget segment, but like all phones, they're not without their share of issues. Whether it's erratic Wi-Fi connectivity,...
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The OnePlus 5T is unable to stream Netflix, Amazon Prime Video in HD
The VergeDan Seifert
The OnePlus 5T is unable to stream content from Netflix, Amazon Prime, Google Play Movies, and other video services in high-definition, despite its HD-capable display and powerful hardware. The deficiency was noted in a thread on the OnePlus forums and points to...
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