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Fitbit prepares for wrist domination

The firm's acquisition of two other wearables manufacturers enables it to make a play in the premium market dominated by Apple.

Computing

Rhino horn sensor implants prevent poaching

Semtech teams up with conservation groups to develop IOT sensors for rhino horns that enable tracking and prevent poaching.

Reuters

US agency sues Qualcomm over patent licensing

The US Federal Trade Commission files a lawsuit against Qualcomm, accusing it of using "anti-competitive" tactics.

Hardware

Netgear launches new, feature-rich wireless access point

The AC Wave 2 AP is designed to boost WiFi performance in businesses needing to scale their WiFi to support a growing number of users and devices.

Hardware

Basic hybrid, analogue boost smartwatch market

The smartwatch market will grow to $21bn, boosted by basic hybrid and analogue watches, says Juniper Research.

Internet

Online second-hand goods market booming

Second-hand goods account for as much as 40% of all items recently sold on bidorbuy, says the company.

Computing

Stanford develops fire-proof battery

A research team at the US university makes a lithium-ion battery that releases a flame-retardant when there is an increase in temperature.

Business

Vuwani learners receive educational resources

The Department of Communications, and the MTN and SABC foundations partner to help learners in Vuwani, Limpopo.

Reuters

Airbus 'flying car' prototype ready by year-end

The aerospace group plans to test a prototype of a self-piloted flying car as a way of avoiding gridlock on city roads by the end of the year.



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