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Eero is now in the hands of Amazon

Eero is now in the hands of Amazon

Eero, a mesh home routers maker, is now coming under Amazon as the tech giant acquires it to “help customers better connect smart home devices.” With Eero under the Amazon banner now, it&r... Read more

Twitter's new web interface also has an emoji button

Twitter's new web interface also has an emoji button

Here’s something new about Twitter. The social networking platform has rolled out something for its web users. A new interface platform from Twitter comes with quite a few features, including a ... Read more

Airbus is reportedly helping Facebook become a global Internet provider

Airbus is reportedly helping Facebook become a global Internet provider

Facebook is reportedly working with Airbus to develop and test solar-powered drones (a dream project Facebook said will no longer pursue). The social networking giant has not quit plans to spread inte... Read more

Facebook's new petition feature may turn into another liability

Facebook's new petition feature may turn into another liability

Facebook is involved in anything and everything that requires social interactions, including politics. The social networking giant will now let you make political demands using a petitions feature cal... Read more

Google Fi is the next platform ready for RCS Chat

Google Fi is the next platform ready for RCS Chat

After Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, the Google Fi networking platform is all set to welcome RCS Chat, Google announced. Being a primary player for boosting the change to SMS, Google has finally joine... Read more

D-Link announces new gear, promises never-seen-before speeds over 5G

D-Link announces new gear, promises never-seen-before speeds over 5G

The Taiwanese Networking giant, D-Link, has announced that its new 5G enabled router is going to deliver up to 40x faster speeds than what is offered anywhere by broadband in the U.S. The gear is call... Read more

Continued Governmental shutdown may suspend FCC operations

Continued Governmental shutdown may suspend FCC operations

If the partial government shutdown continues, then the Federal Communications Commission will need to suspend its operations by mid-Thursday. Even if the office will be suspended, the FCC will continu... Read more