Maruti Recalls 880 Ciaz Sedans To Replace Speedometer Assemblies

Maruti Suzuki recently issued a recall of 880 Ciaz mid-size sedans that were manufactured between 1 August and 21 September, 2018 to inspect and replace the speedometer assembly and the owner’s manual primarily on the Zeta and the Alpha diesel variants. The company is calling this move a “proactively undertaken service campaign” and has announced […]

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Harley Davidson announced its first electric motorcycle

Harley Davidson showed off its first electric motorcycle at the Milan Motorcycle Show this week. The electric bike drops in 2019, but the company is holding back on to all the important specs about speed, range, and charging for now. The bike will carry the same “LiveWire” name used when it was still a prototype, […]

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Facebook’s Portal video chat devices launched today

Facebook’s home video chat devices, the Portal and Portal Plus, will start selling today its been a month they were initially announced. The devices are almost exclusively focused on video chatting. While they also display photos, play music, and support a small number of video networks, their feature set is very limited at launch you can’t […]

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Spotify Connect speakers set free, no longer require premium subscriptions

Spotify announced today that it is now letting free-tier subscribers stream music over Spotify Connect-enabled speakers. In order to benefit from the change, hardware manufacturers will need to update to Spotify’s latest SDK, letting you enjoy the ad-supported service over a high-quality Wi-Fi connection instead of Bluetooth. Spotify’s free tier still has its limitations compared […]

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Amazon opens another 4-star store in Berkeley, California

Amazon’s latest 4-star stores, opens today in Berkeley, California, marking the third 4-star location in just two months. The 4-star store, which sells a mix of Amazon-made electronics like Echo speakers and Fire tablets and other popular items sold on Amazon.com with at least a 4-star customer rating or above, first opened in New York City back […]

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Facebook has recently launched a retail pop-up stores

Facebook has announced today that it will open pop-ups with more than 100 brands in nine different Macy’s locations. The 100 brands’ products will be available for purchase through the pop-up shops, and they are some of the “most-loved brands” on Instagram and Facebook, according to a blog post on the company’s website. Some of those […]

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Amazon will reportedly split its second headquarters between two cities

Amazon is reportedly going to split its second headquarters between two cities, according to The Wall Street Journal. It’s a surprising development in Amazon’s long journey to find another headquarters location. Each city location would employ 25,000 people. The decision has to do with recruiting enough talent and also preemptively addressing issues with housing and transit, […]

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Lenovo recently opened a cashier less store in Beijing

Lenovo has recently launched a cashier less store in Beijing last week that sells Cup Noodles, juice boxes, and other small snacks. To enter “Lenovo Lecoo Store,” customers wave to a tablet with a camera, which uses facial recognition to identify their account profile. Then, like Amazon Go’s system, customers can browse, pick up the items, […]

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