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Volvo Cars Joins Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network

Volvo car became the first carmaker to implement global traceability of cobalt used in its batteries by applying blockchain. Volvo Cars is the newest car manufacturer that decided to join the Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network (RSBN) – a cross-industry collaboration for responsible sourcing of minerals, with the focus on strengthening human rights and environmental protection...
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With Google’s Support Fitbit Might Catch Up to and Overtake Apple Watch

Will Google’s backing be enough for Fitbit to significantly overtake Apple in the future? Google’s parent company Alphabet has revealed that it will be purchasing popular wearables giant and smartwatch maker Fitbit, in a deal that will be closed soon. Worth $2.1 billion, many analysts agree that this deal has all the makings of a...
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Is Samsung on the Verge of Partnering with Justin Sun?

The crypto community is waiting for Samsung Developer Conference with bated breath. Will Samsung-Tron partnership be announced or it is not more than rumors? Samsung’s announcement that TRON CEO Justin Sun would speak at the company’s forthcoming Developer Conference took many by surprise. The San Jose event, to be held over two days from October...
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Microsoft Surface Duo Could Beat Samsung Fold if Added Rear Camera

Microsoft unveiled its next generation of Surface devices including the dual-screen Surface Neo tablet and the Microsoft Surface Duo, a smaller device that seems to be for all intents and purposes a new Microsoft foldable phone. Microsoft announced something we didn’t really expect – a new foldable Surface Neo counterpart with phone functionality. Dubbed the...
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LG vs. Samsung: The Smartphone Crypto Wars Are Upon Us

LG is expected to join Samsung in the crypto space and provide consumers with a choice. | Image: Shutterstock Blockchain has become a buzz word for companies looking to make a big splash and generate a fair amount of publicity.  This has been the case for several industries over the past few years and it’s...
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LG May Launch Crypto Smartphone, Declares Korean Media

The world’s technology giants have finally started to acknowledge the cryptocurrency revolution. According to a report from South Korean media outlet Chosun, LG Electronics is looking into blockchain applications for its smartphone, responding to moves from players like its local rival Samsung and Taiwanese technology firm HTC. LG Joins Blockchain Phone Industry Proponents of blockchain...
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LG Working On Cryptocurrency Smartphone As Samsung Release Another

South Korean electronics giant, LG, is likely to launch a cryptocurrency-enabled smartphone soon, according to industry insiders. LG must respond to industry rivals, Samsung, who recently released a limited-edition version of its bitcoin-wallet toting Galaxy Note 10. LG Cryptocurrency Smartphone Could Be Imminent According to a report by South Korean news outlet, IT Chosun, LG started...
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Just Like Samsung, LG May Soon Launch Its Own Blockchain Smartphone

Recently, LG Corporation announced that they are going to launch their own blockchain smartphones sometime soon. That way the South Korean electronics giant is following Samsung’s KlaytnPhone. LG Electronics is the biggest competitor to Samsung when it comes to domestic relationships. Many industry experts believe that LG will soon offer its own blockchain smartphones as...
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People are No Longer Keen on Buying New iPhones, Says Strategy Analytics’ Report

Apparently, consumers in the US, Baby Boomers, in particular, are increasingly delaying their smartphone purchase for three or more years. In addition, the average iPhone now remains active for 18 months, while average Samsung phone – for 16.5. There were a lot of previous reports about average lasting of Apple‘s iPhone upgrade cycle and its...
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Smartphone Giants Samsung & LG Increase Their Blockchain Forays

A blockchain battle seems to be brewing in South Korea between two of the world’s most recognizable electronics giants, Samsung and LG. That is, insofar as both enterprises — which are direct competitors across several arenas — have respectively made new advances toward blockchain technology and the cryptoeconomy. For its part, Samsung has consolidated its...
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