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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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Al Jazeera
Man who stabbed wife with screwdriver at hospital pleads guilty to murder
Chicago Tribune • George Houde
★ Judging Apple Watch’s Success
Daring Fireball • John Gruber
Who uses the Internet of Things?
SAP Blogs • Meredith Hassett
Uber Didn’t Track Users Who Deleted the App, But It Still Broke the Rules
Wired • Lily Hay Newman
Samsung claims record Galaxy S8 preorders in first launch after Note 7
MarketWatch • Jenniferbooton
Last Mile innovation in Digital Economy
SAP Blogs • Sethu M.
BART Cops Investigating Weekend Train Robbery in Oakland
KQED • Dan Brekke
Samsung’s Note 7 fiasco isn’t hurting the Galaxy S8 one bit
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MarketWatchPhilipvan Doorn
Bloomberg President Trump has made it clear he wants Congress to pass “a very major infrastructure bill of a trillion dollars,” or maybe more. That has led to the question of which companies might benefit the most from government contracts. Then again,...
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Digital Media, LGBT Rights
Earthquake strikes off coast of Valparaiso
Al Jazeera
Magnitude 7.1 temblor off Valparaiso did not cause any serious damage.
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Education, Mobile Phones
Man who stabbed wife with screwdriver at hospital pleads guilty to murder
Chicago TribuneGeorge Houde
A man who fatally stabbed his wife with a screwdriver after locking her in a hospital bathroom pleaded guilty to first-degree murder Monday and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Javier Bahena-Arellano admitted to the brutal attack on Francisca Quintero-Montoya, the...
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Apple Inc, Smartphones
★ Judging Apple Watch’s Success
Daring FireballJohn Gruber
Mike Murphy, writing for Quartz, “Two Years After Its Launch, the Apple Watch Hasn’t Made a Difference at Apple”: Apple’s biggest launch since the iPad in 2010, the Apple Watch was expected to be a hit: Given the massive financial success of...
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Grocery & Supermarkets, Mobile Phones
Who uses the Internet of Things?
SAP BlogsMeredith Hassett
So you attended a CodeJam on IoT? What do you do next? IoT, or Internet of Things, is a big buzz word(s) your hear these days. Everything is connected, your appliances are ‘smart’, let’s learn your habits to make your life easier....
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Apple Inc, Tablets
Uber Didn’t Track Users Who Deleted the App, But It Still Broke the Rules
WiredLily Hay Newman
Once again Uber finds itself taking heat for questionable business practices. This time the company was using software to identify iPhones even after their owners deleted the Uber app, or even wiped the phones altogether. That technique, known as fingerprinting, isn’t uncommon—and...
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Apple Inc, Finance
Samsung claims record Galaxy S8 preorders in first launch after Note 7
MarketWatchJenniferbooton
Samsung Electronics announced Monday that it received record preorders for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, marking its first successful launch since it recalled the Note 7 in the fall of 2016. Orders for Samsung's newest premium-tier smartphones increased more than 30%...
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Economic Policy, Mobile Phones
Last Mile innovation in Digital Economy
SAP BlogsSethu M.
“Make complex things simple, and simple things automatic”, a mantra that I have followed to guide me through my professional career as a technologist and as a business leader for SAP Digital Interconnect (formerly SAP Mobile Services and Sybase 365) part of...
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Mobile Phones
BART Cops Investigating Weekend Train Robbery in Oakland
KQEDDan Brekke
BART police and investigators from several other agencies are trying to identify those involved in a Saturday night incident in which 40 to 60 youths took over a train car at Oakland’s Coliseum station and robbed and beat passengers. The initial BART...
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Mobile Phones, Technology Industry
Samsung’s Note 7 fiasco isn’t hurting the Galaxy S8 one bit
The Next WebNapier Lopez
The Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 launch and subsequent two recalls were arguably the most embarrassing consumer electronics mishap in recent memory, so you’d think users might be a bit more cautious buying Samsung gear just a few short months later. Nope: if...
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