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HBO Max Arrives on Roku Devices Tomorrow

Hot on the heels of the discharge of the HBO Max app on Playstation 5, Roku, Inc. and WarnerMedia right this moment introduced an settlement to deliver HBO Max to the Roku platform. Starting tomorrow, Dec. 17, Roku customers will be capable of obtain HBO Max from the Roku channel retailer and subscribe instantly on […]Read More

India needs norms for 5G NextGen IoT devices, but framing

Security experts warned that IoT devices – be it a smart TV, fridge or a washing machine – would be much more vulnerable in a 5G context since devices with built-in software and processors like computers can serve as jump-off points for launching serious cyberattacks on individual consumers, institutional assets and even critical information infrastructure […]Read More

Refurbished phones demand surges amid supply crunch for new devices

NEW DELHI: An acute shortage of new smartphones in the market, exacerbated by stalled customs clearances of Chinese cargo, has caused a sharp uptick in demand for refurbished and pre-owned devices, said industry executives and experts. “We have been witnessing a sudden increase in demand for refurbished phones in the last two-three days,” said Nakul […]Read More

Trump tours Michigan factory to tout medical devices without a

Pandemic politics shadowed President Donald Trump’s trip to Michigan on Thursday to highlight lifesaving medical devices, with the president and officials from the electoral battleground state clashing over federal aid, mail-in ballots and face masks. Trump visited Ypsilanti, outside Detroit, to tour a Ford Motor Co. factory that had been repurposed to manufacture ventilators, the […]Read More

Wings give sanitation devices to GM for masks

When General Motors repurposed one of its dormant plants in Warren, Michigan, to produce face masks for front-line workers, it needed some help for a crucial step: disinfecting. So the company turned to the hockey community for an assist. GM called the Ilitch family, which owns the Detroit Red Wings. Christopher Ilitch then called Paul […]Read More