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Smartphones, Wearables To Dominate IFA 2016

Samsung are expected to unveil the Gear S3 smartwatch, as well as a range of new TVs, while Chinese manufacturer Huawei will further attempt to increase their presence in Europe with a follow-up to the Mate 8 smartphone, as well as a new version of the Huawei Watch, which the firm introduced at IFA previous year.

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Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 Unveiled

We have seen plenty of leaks and rumours in the past, but surprisingly, Samsung did manage to keep a few secrets. Rumours are suggesting the Note 7 will cost around £750 and if this is true it will be one of the most expensive on the market.

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Juan Gabriel dead at 66; he was Mexican music icon

He regularly played to packed arenas like the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in NY. The singer, who was born January 7, 1950, wrote his first song at age 13 and went on to compose more than 1,500 songs. "His music was his legacy for the world". Gabriel also wrote songs for other artists and appeared in the 1975 Mexican film, "Nobleza Ranchera", and four other movies.

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This $20 device can turn any wired headphones wireless

That future isn't too far away, if you believe the rumors about Apple ditching the 3.5mm connector from its next iPhone. Therefore, Griffin's Bluetooth move is a fairly safe one, no matter what does or doesn't happen with the jack. There's a built-in mic for taking calls, a handful of playback buttons on the device's front, and a shirt clip on its back. But if you want to hold onto your old headphones, Griffin's device might turn out to be an affordable way to do it.

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Intel Kaby Lake announced as the 7th generation Core processor

Intel has officially launched its brand new 7th Gen Core series of processors, popularly referred to by their codename Kaby Lake . Intel has launched on Tuesday, August 30, its 7th Core generation processor Kaby Lake that promises some incredible video optimizations and a bump in performance.

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Russian hackers attack two US voter databases

The FBI has found security breaches in the voter registration databases of IL and Arizona , according to an official of the United States. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert responds to the recent reports that Russian hackers have been targeting US voter databases in states like IL and Arizona.