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Apple is Competing with Google, Amazon and Venmo With New Releases

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—Apple launched its three-day conference with revealing a new smart speaker, iMac, partnership with Amazon and peer-to-peer payment service. The tech company are looking to take on its rivals Google and Amazon with a smart home speaker, the HomePod. With its striking resemblance to the top of a microphone, the HomePod is 7-inches-high and has 6 microphones that are ready for its owner’s command also known as “Hey Siri’. It can be paired with other Apple devices to play existing iTunes and Apple Music library and Podcasts. The HomePod…

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Serena Williams Joins SurveyMonkey Board [FORTUNE]

Congrats to tennis star Serena Williams for becoming one of tech company SurveyMonkey’s board members. New position, new fiancee and new baby on the way! Via FORTUNE: Tennis superstar Serena Williams is making her first foray into the technology world by joining the board of online survey giant SurveyMonkey, the company announced on Wednesday. While it may seem like an odd pairing, the match was made through Facebook chief operating officer and SurveyMonkey board member Sheryl Sandberg. Sandberg and her late husband, Dave Goldberg, SurveyMonkey’s former CEO, were longtime friends…

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US Ban Electronic Devices From 9 Muslim Countries

The Trump administration has banned all electronic devices larger than a mobile phone from carry-on luggage from 8 countries. In an effort to fight terrorism, the ban is recommended by administration to due “innovative methods” of terrorists from middle-eastern countries to cause turmoil in the US. Tablets, game devices, laptops, e-readers cameras and portable DVD players are among devices now prohibited from flights. Medical devices are exempt from this rule. The countries affected are Kuwait, Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The US issued a…

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It Is Now A Crime To Board Plane With Galaxy S7 Device

The United States issued a emergency restriction/prohibition order banning the faulty and potential life-threatening smartphone from all aircraft last Friday. Somewhere out there, iPhone and even Nokia users are laughing in unison.  Samsung has reportedly suffered a 17-billion-dollar loss in the explosive phones and has officially stopped production. Even the S7’s that were replaced during recalled have been deemed fatal. Samsung is expected to release a in-depth report on why the devices are exploding in the coming weeks. The Federal Aviation Administration issued the order on Friday, Oct. 14, prohibiting…

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