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Machine to Machine Communication (M2M)

M2M refers to ‘non-human’ communication. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication is a form of data communication that involves one or more entities that do not necessarily require human interaction or intervention in the process of communication. 159 more words

The ‘Substitute Phone’ is supposed to help people with smartphone addiction

Vienna-based designer Klemens Schillinger has built a product called the ‘Substitute Phone’ that aims to help with the increasingly common affliction of smartphone addiction.

The ‘Substitute Phone’ comes in five models and reportedly looks and feels like a standard phone, though instead of a screen there are stone beads embedded in slots at a variety of angles. 193 more words

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2017 smartphone roundup: Which one should you buy?

After a busy season of smartphone releases, technology editor Josh McConnell and TechCrunch writer Darrell Etherington discuss and use the latest devices on the market to determine which ones consumers should consider.

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'Just survive': OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei on its new 5T smartphone and competing with giants

From the little engine that could to David versus Goliath, there are a lot of trite metaphors used to describe a smaller company trying to take on industry juggernauts. 1,147 more words

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Apple fall most in a month after analyst report indicates weak iPhone 8 demand

Apple Inc. shares fell the most in more than a month after an analyst said demand for the iPhone 8 is “substantially lower” than for earlier models of the world’s best-selling smartphone. 298 more words

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Here's why Apple's new iPhone will have an effect on all of us

By Matthew Lynn

The home button will be replaced. It will come with an all-over screen. It will have wireless charging, facial ID, and potentially a new name. 943 more words

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Apple is changing the way you use the next iPhone in some big ways

Apple Inc. plans to transform the way people use its next high-end iPhone by eliminating the concept of a home button and making other adjustments to a flagship device that’s becoming almost all screen, according to images of the new device viewed by Bloomberg News and people familiar with the gadget. 928 more words

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