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  • 1/26   Press Review #active #noise #cancellation
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    

 - Silence is golden, with QuietOn's active-noise-cancelling earplugs - New Atlas   More Information - JLab Flex Bluetooth Active Noise Canceling Headphones - PC Magazine   More Information - ams Adds to Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) Leadership with Incus Laboratories Acquisition - Yahoo Finance   More Information - Qualcomm's new Bluetooth audio chip features active noise cancellation - Liliputing   More Information - ams acquires digital noise cancellation technology - New Electronics   More Information - AMS boosts active noise cancelling with Incus buy - Electronics EETimes (registration)   More Information - Blue Microphones unveils Satellite: Wireless, noise-cancelling headphones with an audiophile amp - TechHive   More Information - Sony's Extra Bass headphone line unveiled with new wireless noise-cancelling model at CES - CNET   More Information - Ams boosts active noise cancellation with Incus buy - Eetasia.com   More Information - Flying with AirPods: Airplane Mode, ambient noise, battery life, and more - 9 to 5 Mac   More Information


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    - Silence is golden, with QuietOn's active-noise-cancelling earplugs - New Atlas
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    - JLab Flex Bluetooth Active Noise Canceling Headphones - PC Magazine
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    - ams Adds to Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) Leadership with Incus Laboratories Acquisition - Yahoo Finance
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    - Qualcomm's new Bluetooth audio chip features active noise cancellation - Liliputing
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    - ams acquires digital noise cancellation technology - New Electronics
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    - AMS boosts active noise cancelling with Incus buy - Electronics EETimes (registration)
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    - Blue Microphones unveils Satellite: Wireless, noise-cancelling headphones with an audiophile amp - TechHive
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    - Sony's Extra Bass headphone line unveiled with new wireless noise-cancelling model at CES - CNET
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    - Ams boosts active noise cancellation with Incus buy - Eetasia.com
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    - Flying with AirPods: Airplane Mode, ambient noise, battery life, and more - 9 to 5 Mac
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    Did you see the #crowdfunding campaign that @whmsoft will start? #tailored #3d #vr #audio. Please share and comment. Campaign link:

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  • 2/26   Facebook's Zuckerberg questioned at trial over virtual-reality technology

    By Lisa Maria Garza DALLAS (Reuters) - Facebook Inc chief executive Mark Zuckerberg took the witness stand in Dallas federal court on Tuesday and denied an allegation by a rival company that the virtual-reality technology of Facebook's Oculus unit was stolen. Zuckerberg, the founder of one of the world's largest companies, faced hours of tough, public questioning about where Oculus obtained its ideas and how much he knew about the startup when Facebook bought it for $2 billion. A jury is hearing evidence in a civil lawsuit brought by videogame publisher ZeniMax Media Inc against Oculus in 2014, in the middle of the Facebook-Oculus deal.

    By Lisa Maria Garza DALLAS (Reuters) - Facebook Inc chief executive Mark Zuckerberg took the witness stand in Dallas federal court on Tuesday and denied an allegation by a rival company that the virtual-reality technology of Facebook's Oculus unit was stolen. Zuckerberg, the founder of one of the world's largest companies, faced hours of tough, public questioning about where Oculus obtained its ideas and how much he knew about the startup when Facebook bought it for $2 billion. A jury is hearing evidence in a civil lawsuit brought by videogame publisher ZeniMax Media Inc against Oculus in 2014, in the middle of the Facebook-Oculus deal.


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  • 3/26   Uber to invest more than $60 million in Sao Paulo support center

    Ride-hailing service Uber inaugurated a support center in Brazil's biggest city on Tuesday with plans to invest 200 million reais ($62 million) and create 2,000 jobs, underscoring an aggressive growth strategy in Latin America's biggest nation. The new facility in Sao Paulo may employ up to 7,000 people by the end of the year, providing technical support for around 9 million users in Brazil along with thousands of drivers, the company said in a statement. Uber's latest investment in Brazil comes just weeks after Didi Chuxing, China's largest ride-hailing company, announced it was investing more than $100 million in Brazilian company 99, an on-demand taxi and ride sharing service.

    Ride-hailing service Uber inaugurated a support center in Brazil's biggest city on Tuesday with plans to invest 200 million reais ($62 million) and create 2,000 jobs, underscoring an aggressive growth strategy in Latin America's biggest nation. The new facility in Sao Paulo may employ up to 7,000 people by the end of the year, providing technical support for around 9 million users in Brazil along with thousands of drivers, the company said in a statement. Uber's latest investment in Brazil comes just weeks after Didi Chuxing, China's largest ride-hailing company, announced it was investing more than $100 million in Brazilian company 99, an on-demand taxi and ride sharing service.


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  • 4/26   Toshiba mulls chips business stake sale to Western Digital - source

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Kentaro Hamada TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp is looking to sell a minority stake in its core semiconductor business to Western Digital Corp , a source said, in a bid to dull the blow from a looming multi-billion-dollar writedown on a U.S. nuclear acquisition. The laptops-to-engineering conglomerate, still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal, shocked investors last month by announcing cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business it bought in 2015 which could now mean a charge against profit topping $4 billion. Toshiba does not have many options to offset the impact of this writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity.

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Kentaro Hamada TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp is looking to sell a minority stake in its core semiconductor business to Western Digital Corp , a source said, in a bid to dull the blow from a looming multi-billion-dollar writedown on a U.S. nuclear acquisition. The laptops-to-engineering conglomerate, still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal, shocked investors last month by announcing cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business it bought in 2015 which could now mean a charge against profit topping $4 billion. Toshiba does not have many options to offset the impact of this writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity.


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  • 5/26   U.S. antitrust agency sues Qualcomm over patent licensing

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm Inc on Tuesday, accusing the company of using "anticompetitive" tactics to maintain its monopoly on a key semiconductor used in mobile phones. The FTC, which works with the Justice Department to enforce antitrust law, said that San Diego-based Qualcomm used its dominant position as a supplier of certain phone chips to impose "onerous" supply and licensing terms on cellphone manufacturers and to weaken competitors. Qualcomm said in a statement that it would "vigorously contest" the complaint and denied FTC allegations that it threatened to withhold chips in order to collect unreasonable licensing fees.

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm Inc on Tuesday, accusing the company of using "anticompetitive" tactics to maintain its monopoly on a key semiconductor used in mobile phones. The FTC, which works with the Justice Department to enforce antitrust law, said that San Diego-based Qualcomm used its dominant position as a supplier of certain phone chips to impose "onerous" supply and licensing terms on cellphone manufacturers and to weaken competitors. Qualcomm said in a statement that it would "vigorously contest" the complaint and denied FTC allegations that it threatened to withhold chips in order to collect unreasonable licensing fees.


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  • 6/26   After pound's fall, Apple to hike British app store prices

    Tech giant Apple is set to raise the prices of its apps in Britain by around 25 percent after the steep drop in sterling following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Apps which currently cost British consumers 0.79 pounds ($0.97) will cost 0.99 pounds following the hike, which is set to take place over the next seven days. The move follows similar price rises in Apple hardware in September and October last year.

    Tech giant Apple is set to raise the prices of its apps in Britain by around 25 percent after the steep drop in sterling following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Apps which currently cost British consumers 0.79 pounds ($0.97) will cost 0.99 pounds following the hike, which is set to take place over the next seven days. The move follows similar price rises in Apple hardware in September and October last year.


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  • 7/26   Yahoo Japan defies calls to rethink ivory sales as Yahoo Inc CEO weighs in

    By Yoshiyasu Shida and Deborah M. Todd TOKYO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan, the country's biggest online auction site, is rebuffing calls to end online ivory trading despite Yahoo Inc CEO Marissa Mayer's misgivings over facilitating a business blamed for the illegal slaughter of African elephants. Yahoo Japan doesn't accept that ivory sold on its platform - supposedly imported into Japan before a 1989 ban on international shipments - is a factor behind the sharp rise in poaching on the African savannah in recent years. Dismissing animal rights campaigners' concerns, even though the ivory business contributes a fraction of its sales, Yahoo Japan also argues that so long as no laws are broken people should be able to trade whatever they like on the internet.

    By Yoshiyasu Shida and Deborah M. Todd TOKYO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Japan, the country's biggest online auction site, is rebuffing calls to end online ivory trading despite Yahoo Inc CEO Marissa Mayer's misgivings over facilitating a business blamed for the illegal slaughter of African elephants. Yahoo Japan doesn't accept that ivory sold on its platform - supposedly imported into Japan before a 1989 ban on international shipments - is a factor behind the sharp rise in poaching on the African savannah in recent years. Dismissing animal rights campaigners' concerns, even though the ivory business contributes a fraction of its sales, Yahoo Japan also argues that so long as no laws are broken people should be able to trade whatever they like on the internet.


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  • 8/26   Fret not Vine fans, Twitter now looping short videos

    Vine may be dead, but parent company Twitter has developed a new feature that mimics the short-looping video experience.

    Vine may be dead, but parent company Twitter has developed a new feature that mimics the short-looping video experience.


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  • 9/26   Samsung chief questioned behind closed doors in arrest warrant hearing

    By Ju-min Park and Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean judge questioned Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee behind closed doors on Wednesday to decide whether he should be arrested over his alleged role in a corruption scandal that led parliament to impeach President Park Geun-hye. Lee, 48, in dark overcoat and purple necktie, did not answer questions from reporters as he left the Seoul Central District Court after the nearly four-hour hearing and headed by car to a detention center to await his fate. One of the five attorneys representing Lee struck a positive tone, saying the legal team had argued its case sufficiently.

    By Ju-min Park and Se Young Lee SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean judge questioned Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee behind closed doors on Wednesday to decide whether he should be arrested over his alleged role in a corruption scandal that led parliament to impeach President Park Geun-hye. Lee, 48, in dark overcoat and purple necktie, did not answer questions from reporters as he left the Seoul Central District Court after the nearly four-hour hearing and headed by car to a detention center to await his fate. One of the five attorneys representing Lee struck a positive tone, saying the legal team had argued its case sufficiently.


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  • 10/26   CIA puts almost 12 million declassified files online for the first time

    The CIA has put almost 12 million pages of its records online, allowing anyone with an internet connection to browse 50 years worth of declassified intelligence reports, briefings, and other once-secret documents. Then-president Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to declassify secret documents that were more than 25 years old and of "historical value" in 1995, but the Agency didn't make the archives searchable until 2000. The database is known as CREST (CIA Records Search Tool), and making it available online has long been a target of journalists, academics, and researchers.

    The CIA has put almost 12 million pages of its records online, allowing anyone with an internet connection to browse 50 years worth of declassified intelligence reports, briefings, and other once-secret documents. Then-president Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to declassify secret documents that were more than 25 years old and of "historical value" in 1995, but the Agency didn't make the archives searchable until 2000. The database is known as CREST (CIA Records Search Tool), and making it available online has long been a target of journalists, academics, and researchers.


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  • 11/26   CIA puts almost 12 million declassified files online for the first time

    The CIA has put almost 12 million pages of its records online, allowing anyone with an internet connection to browse 50 years worth of declassified intelligence reports, briefings, and other once-secret documents. Then-president Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to declassify secret documents that were more than 25 years old and of "historical value" in 1995, but the Agency didn't make the archives searchable until 2000. The database is known as CREST (CIA Records Search Tool), and making it available online has long been a target of journalists, academics, and researchers.

    The CIA has put almost 12 million pages of its records online, allowing anyone with an internet connection to browse 50 years worth of declassified intelligence reports, briefings, and other once-secret documents. Then-president Bill Clinton ordered the CIA to declassify secret documents that were more than 25 years old and of "historical value" in 1995, but the Agency didn't make the archives searchable until 2000. The database is known as CREST (CIA Records Search Tool), and making it available online has long been a target of journalists, academics, and researchers.


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  • 12/26   For driverless cars, a moral dilemma: Who lives or dies?

    Imagine you're behind the wheel when your brakes fail. As you speed toward a crowded crosswalk, you're confronted with an impossible choice: veer right and mow down a large group of elderly people, or ...

    Imagine you're behind the wheel when your brakes fail. As you speed toward a crowded crosswalk, you're confronted with an impossible choice: veer right and mow down a large group of elderly people, or ...


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  • 13/26   Toshiba in talks to sell chip business stake to Western Digital: source

    Toshiba Corp is in talks to sell a minority stake in its flash memory business to U.S. chips business partner Western Digital Corp in a bid to boost its capital base, a source briefed on the discussions said on Wednesday. Toshiba said in a statement earlier that it had been considering various options for its memory business, including a spin-off, but that nothing concrete had been decided. California-based data storage company Western Digital operates a NAND flash memory plant in the city of Yokkaichi in Mie prefecture with Toshiba.

    Toshiba Corp is in talks to sell a minority stake in its flash memory business to U.S. chips business partner Western Digital Corp in a bid to boost its capital base, a source briefed on the discussions said on Wednesday. Toshiba said in a statement earlier that it had been considering various options for its memory business, including a spin-off, but that nothing concrete had been decided. California-based data storage company Western Digital operates a NAND flash memory plant in the city of Yokkaichi in Mie prefecture with Toshiba.


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  • 14/26   Japanese toilet industry agrees to standardize complex bidet controls

    The Japan Sanitary Equipment Industry Association, a consortium of companies producing plumbing products including Toto, Panasonic, and Toshiba, has agreed to unify the iconography used on the often baffling control panels for Japanese toilets. The toilet manufacturers plan to implement the eight new pictogram on models released from this year onward, with a view to the system becoming an international standard. Much of Japan is currently engaged in a rush to make itself more welcoming to tourists ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, and icon design has often been at the forefront of debate.

    The Japan Sanitary Equipment Industry Association, a consortium of companies producing plumbing products including Toto, Panasonic, and Toshiba, has agreed to unify the iconography used on the often baffling control panels for Japanese toilets. The toilet manufacturers plan to implement the eight new pictogram on models released from this year onward, with a view to the system becoming an international standard. Much of Japan is currently engaged in a rush to make itself more welcoming to tourists ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, and icon design has often been at the forefront of debate.


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  • 15/26   Japanese toilet industry agrees to standardize complex bidet controls

    The Japan Sanitary Equipment Industry Association, a consortium of companies producing plumbing products including Toto, Panasonic, and Toshiba, has agreed to unify the iconography used on the often baffling control panels for Japanese toilets. The decision was made in response to foreign tourists who say they’re often unable to understand the controls, which operate features often not found on Western toilets such as bidets and warm air drying. The icons in the image above mean (from left to right) raise the lid, raise the seat, large flush, small flush, rear spray, bidet, dry, and stop.

    The Japan Sanitary Equipment Industry Association, a consortium of companies producing plumbing products including Toto, Panasonic, and Toshiba, has agreed to unify the iconography used on the often baffling control panels for Japanese toilets. The decision was made in response to foreign tourists who say they’re often unable to understand the controls, which operate features often not found on Western toilets such as bidets and warm air drying. The icons in the image above mean (from left to right) raise the lid, raise the seat, large flush, small flush, rear spray, bidet, dry, and stop.


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  • 16/26   If the iPhone 8 Looks Like This, the Galaxy S8 Is in Trouble

    The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are great upgrades, especially if you opt for the dual-camera-equipped Plus, but they don't really look any different from Apple's previous iPhones. If the new device looks anything like this, Apple will probably have a winner on its hands in time to celebrate the iPhone's tenth anniversary. Like the current iPhone, the iPhone 8 models on display here have curved edges, but both the front and back are made of glass, while the frame is stainless steel.

    The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are great upgrades, especially if you opt for the dual-camera-equipped Plus, but they don't really look any different from Apple's previous iPhones. If the new device looks anything like this, Apple will probably have a winner on its hands in time to celebrate the iPhone's tenth anniversary. Like the current iPhone, the iPhone 8 models on display here have curved edges, but both the front and back are made of glass, while the frame is stainless steel.


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  • 17/26   Low-cost Android One phones reportedly coming to the US

    Google’s Android One platform was originally designed to provide low-cost Android devices to developing markets without the stuff that usually comes with low-cost Android devices: bloatware, competing services, and a crippling lack of software and security updates. Android One phones have historically been produced by companies you probably haven’t heard of, like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile. Originally Google had a direct hand in detailing what components would go into the phone, but apparently became more flexible over time and eventually expanded the program beyond India to parts of Africa, Spain, and Portugal.

    Google’s Android One platform was originally designed to provide low-cost Android devices to developing markets without the stuff that usually comes with low-cost Android devices: bloatware, competing services, and a crippling lack of software and security updates. Android One phones have historically been produced by companies you probably haven’t heard of, like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile. Originally Google had a direct hand in detailing what components would go into the phone, but apparently became more flexible over time and eventually expanded the program beyond India to parts of Africa, Spain, and Portugal.


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  • 18/26   Low-cost Android One phones reportedly coming to the US

    Google’s Android One platform was originally designed to provide low-cost Android devices to developing markets without the stuff that usually comes with low-cost Android devices: bloatware, competing services, and a crippling lack of software and security updates. Android One phones have historically been produced by companies you probably haven’t heard of, like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile. Originally Google had a direct hand in detailing what components would go into the phone, but apparently became more flexible over time and eventually expanded the program beyond India to parts of Africa, Spain, and Portugal.

    Google’s Android One platform was originally designed to provide low-cost Android devices to developing markets without the stuff that usually comes with low-cost Android devices: bloatware, competing services, and a crippling lack of software and security updates. Android One phones have historically been produced by companies you probably haven’t heard of, like Micromax, Cherry, and QMobile. Originally Google had a direct hand in detailing what components would go into the phone, but apparently became more flexible over time and eventually expanded the program beyond India to parts of Africa, Spain, and Portugal.


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  • 19/26   Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is leaving Crackle for Netflix

    Jerry Seinfeld is taking his interview web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, to Netflix, according to Variety. The move is yet another big get for Netflix, which has been courting high-profile comedians like Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, and Jim Gaffigan to its platform with lucrative contract deals and an ever-growing audience. As part of his deal with Netflix, Seinfeld will also deliver two exclusive stand-up specials for the service and participate in developing scripted content down the line.

    Jerry Seinfeld is taking his interview web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, to Netflix, according to Variety. The move is yet another big get for Netflix, which has been courting high-profile comedians like Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, and Jim Gaffigan to its platform with lucrative contract deals and an ever-growing audience. As part of his deal with Netflix, Seinfeld will also deliver two exclusive stand-up specials for the service and participate in developing scripted content down the line.


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  • 20/26   Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is leaving Crackle for Netflix

    Jerry Seinfeld is taking his interview web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, to Netflix, according to Variety. The move is yet another big get for Netflix, which has been courting high-profile comedians like Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, and Jim Gaffigan to its platform with lucrative contract deals and an ever-growing audience.

    Jerry Seinfeld is taking his interview web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, to Netflix, according to Variety. The move is yet another big get for Netflix, which has been courting high-profile comedians like Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, and Jim Gaffigan to its platform with lucrative contract deals and an ever-growing audience.


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  • 21/26   Verizon still has ‘thousands’ of customers using the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    There are still “thousands” of Verizon customers in possession of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, the carrier recently told Fortune. "In spite of our best efforts, there are still customers using the recalled phones who have not returned or exchanged their Note 7 to the point of purchase," Verizon told Fortune.

    There are still “thousands” of Verizon customers in possession of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, the carrier recently told Fortune. "In spite of our best efforts, there are still customers using the recalled phones who have not returned or exchanged their Note 7 to the point of purchase," Verizon told Fortune.


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  • 22/26   Verizon still has ‘thousands’ of customers using the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    There are still “thousands” of Verizon customers in possession of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, the carrier recently told Fortune. "In spite of our best efforts, there are still customers using the recalled phones who have not returned or exchanged their Note 7 to the point of purchase," Verizon told Fortune. First, the company will soon redirect all calls placed from a Note 7 to its customer service department.

    There are still “thousands” of Verizon customers in possession of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, the carrier recently told Fortune. "In spite of our best efforts, there are still customers using the recalled phones who have not returned or exchanged their Note 7 to the point of purchase," Verizon told Fortune. First, the company will soon redirect all calls placed from a Note 7 to its customer service department.


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  • 23/26   Jawbone’s CFO has left the company

    The chief financial officer of Jawbone, the troubled consumer tech company that made popular Bluetooth speakers and the UP activity tracker, has left the company, The Verge has learned. Former CFO Jason Child had joined Jawbone in July 2015 from Groupon, where he had served as chief financial officer for nearly five years and took the company public. According to Child’s LinkedIn profile, he is now on the global advisory board of the business school at the University of Washington.

    The chief financial officer of Jawbone, the troubled consumer tech company that made popular Bluetooth speakers and the UP activity tracker, has left the company, The Verge has learned. Former CFO Jason Child had joined Jawbone in July 2015 from Groupon, where he had served as chief financial officer for nearly five years and took the company public. According to Child’s LinkedIn profile, he is now on the global advisory board of the business school at the University of Washington.


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  • 24/26   Jawbone’s CFO has left the company

    The chief financial officer of Jawbone, the troubled consumer tech company that made popular Bluetooth speakers and the UP activity tracker, has left the company, The Verge has learned. Former CFO Jason Child had joined Jawbone in July 2015 from Groupon, where he had served as chief financial officer for nearly five years and took the company public. According to Child’s LinkedIn profile, he is now on the global advisory board of the business school at the University of Washington.

    The chief financial officer of Jawbone, the troubled consumer tech company that made popular Bluetooth speakers and the UP activity tracker, has left the company, The Verge has learned. Former CFO Jason Child had joined Jawbone in July 2015 from Groupon, where he had served as chief financial officer for nearly five years and took the company public. According to Child’s LinkedIn profile, he is now on the global advisory board of the business school at the University of Washington.


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  • 25/26   Google Just Dropped Daydream VR Headset to $49

    Google just slashed the price of its Daydream View VR headset to $49 with free shipping. Daydream View is a stylish VR headset that's covered in a light, breathable mesh rather than plastic like the Samsung Gear VR or cardboard like Google's $15 Cardboard VR.

    Google just slashed the price of its Daydream View VR headset to $49 with free shipping. Daydream View is a stylish VR headset that's covered in a light, breathable mesh rather than plastic like the Samsung Gear VR or cardboard like Google's $15 Cardboard VR.


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  • 26/26   Asia stocks hover near three-month highs; sterling in spotlight
    TECHNOLOGY TOPIC NEWS

    Asian stock markets stabilized near three-month highs on Wednesday, helped by Hong Kong and Chinese shares, as investors judged U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's concerns over a stronger dollar to be beneficial to some of the regional bourses. Short-covering also helped, especially in China , which tumbled more than 4 percent last week, as traders took some money off the table before Trump's inauguration on Friday. In Asia, MSCI's ex-Japan Asia-Pacific shares index rose 0.4 percent, just shy of a three-month high hit last Thursday.

    Asian stock markets stabilized near three-month highs on Wednesday, helped by Hong Kong and Chinese shares, as investors judged U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's concerns over a stronger dollar to be beneficial to some of the regional bourses. Short-covering also helped, especially in China , which tumbled more than 4 percent last week, as traders took some money off the table before Trump's inauguration on Friday. In Asia, MSCI's ex-Japan Asia-Pacific shares index rose 0.4 percent, just shy of a three-month high hit last Thursday.


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