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Teradyne snatches up robot maker MiR in $272M deal – TechCrunch

Teradyne, a prosaic-sounding but flush company that provides automated testing equipment for industrial applications, has acquired the Danish robotics company MiR for an eye-popping $148 million, with $124 million on the table after meeting performance goals. MiR, which despite the lowercase “i” stands for Mobile Industrial Robots, does what you …

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Opera launches a new mobile browser – TechCrunch

Opera today announced a new mobile browser, Opera Touch, that shows that there’s still plenty of room for a competitor in the mobile browsing world. Opera Touch takes some ideas from the company’s experimental Opera Neon desktop browser and packages it into a highly usable package for Android, with an …

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LG purchases automotive lighting system provider for $1.33B

LG Electronics / Facebook LG Electronics logo. LG Electronics announced Thursday its board of directors has approved the $1.33 billion acquisition of ZKW Group, an Austria-based automotive lighting and headlight system provider. This is LG Electronics’ largest acquisition to date, it said. Under terms of the deal, LG Electronics, which …

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gathering momentum in the enterprise?

Is software-defined networking (SDN) ready to be adopted in a big way in the enterprise? It’s been slow going so far, but there are signs things are changing. Plenty of suppliers in the network space are betting that a move to SDN is coming – and fast – particularly with …

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Reset Game on iOS and Android with These Instructions

Started playing Harry Potter Hogwarts Academy, but you’re not happy with how your story is going? Find out how to reset your progress and restart the game anew on Android or iOS. On Tuesday, Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery released world wide after several months in soft launch. While most aspect …

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Analyst Cuts Apple Estimate Due To iPhone Sales

Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email An analyst believes that Apple’s fiscal third-quarter financial results will disappoint Wall Street, according to CNBC. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi predicts that Apple’s revenue will fall in the range of $47 billion to $49 billion for its June quarter, compared to the analyst …

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How to make a song in GarageBand for iPhone & iPad

GarageBand is Apple’s audio workstation/music-creation app, allowing users to lay down tracks and create their own musical masterpieces with an array of digital instruments – all from the comfort of their Mac, iPad or iPhone. In this article we focus on the iOS edition of the app. We walk you …

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Innovation Made Real Announcing the New Dell Commercial PC Portfolio – Irish Tech News

Business leaders worldwide are balancing two objectives: keeping the business running smoothly by preventing security and productivity disruptions while simultaneously tapping into the incredible potential of new innovations, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and VR/AR. Dell is introducing new solutions across its commercial PC portfolio designed to help businesses of …

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