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Huawei has announced the Kirin 980, a system on a chip manufactured with the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturer Company’s 7nm process.
Razer has announced the launch of the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition headset, the BlackWidow Elite keyboard and the Razer Mamba Wireless mouse.
Bang & Olufsen has launched its Seasonal 2018 Collection, a range of limited-edition premium headphones, speakers, and the latest wireless earphones.
Garmin has announced the vívosmart 4, a smart activity tracker that introduces a wrist-based pulse ox sensor.
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Samsung Australia has announced record pre-sales and strong first weekend sales at retail outlets for the Galaxy Note9.
Huawei Australia and Vodafone have announced a bonus offer for the Huawei nova 3e smartphone.
Alcatel has launched three new handsets with Telstra, the Alcatel 1X, the Telstra Superior Powered by Alcatel, and the Telstra Essentials Plus Powered by Alcatel.
Crucial has announced the availability of DDR4 2933 MT/s Registered DIMM server modules.
Blue has announced the Yeti Nano, a USB microphone designed for broadcast-quality recording.
Weeks after Samsung debuted their Galaxy Home smart speaker, Huawei have now also entered the smart speaker arms race.
Jabra have unveiled a new version of their Elite 65t earbuds that boast improvements in battery life and on-board Alexa capabilities.
Bose have officially debuted their first smart speaker and soundbars at this year's IFA conference in Berlin.
Lenovo are expanding their presence in the smart home space with a new Smart Home Essentials range and Lenovo Link app.
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