China-based LeEco is making its way to the US -- bringing smartphones, smart TVs and a Netflix-like streaming service that's already been established in China. The company will go head-to-head with some of the biggest tech firms, such as Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Samsung.
Samsung has announced the release of a new memory chip that offers 8GB of RAM while conserving energy. The new LPDDR4 chip is specifically designed to power HD devices with large screens and also works with 4K resolution and virtual reality components.
China has overtaken the US as the No. 1 iOS market in terms of App Store revenue, earning $1.7 billion in Q3 -- 15% more than the US. An App Annie report found that Chinese consumers are spending five times more in the App Store than they did just two years ago.
Shortcut labs will release its second generation of Bluetooth smart buttons, which are designed to complete a single task, such as finding a lost phone or turning on smart lighting systems. The Single buttons are expected to retail for about $20 each and will be available in November.
Nintendo has released a sneak preview of its forthcoming game console, a hybrid device dubbed "Switch" that morphs from at-home game console to handheld device for playing on the go and is to hit shelves in March. The company has partnered with many software companies to develop games for the system, including Activision, Bethesda, Electronic Arts and Ubisoft.
Millennials whose household incomes exceed $100,000 spend more time online than people of any other generation or income level, with a weekly average of 53 hours, or about 7.5 hours daily, according to Ipsos.
Mobile users shopping on their devices are highly likely to switch brands or retailers and discover new things. That's according to Google research that reveals an array of mobile habits and points to ways retailers can take advantage during the holiday shopping season.
Netgear has released the Nighthawk X10 AD7200 Smart Wi-Fi Router, a high-speed router capable of operating at up to 7.2 gigabits per second. The router features a 10-gigabit port allowing for a fiber-optic connection and will be marketed to users interested in virtual reality and 4K video streams.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has confirmed plans to cut more jobs as rumors about selling to private equity firms swirl, Barb Darrow writes. HP Inc., the other half of what used to be Hewlett-Packard, made a similar announcement last week.
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