Smart audio recorder leverages AI to auto transcribe recordings

Beijing-based Mobvoi has launched a digital dictation machine called the AI Recorder that taps into artificial intelligence to automatically transcribe audio, making it a useful addition to the travel bag of journalists, students and business folk.

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Huawei launches its Android rival with a new tablet and smartwatch

Since being frozen out of dealings with US companies, Huawei phones and other gadgets have been unable to run the full-fat version of Android, complete with Google apps and the Play Store. Now it's launched its own competitor: HarmonyOS.

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Android 12’s huge design revamp and more revealed at Google IO 2021

Android 12 has already arrived in the form of an early developer preview, but at today's Google IO 2021 event we learned a lot more about some of the major changes coming with the software, as it enters its public beta stage.

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Lenovo looks to cater for hybrid workers with Go accessory line

The global pandemic and necessary lockdowns have seen many folks staying at home to work, and a good number may continue to do so as restrictions are eased. To meet the needs of this remote workforce, Lenovo has launched the Go brand of accessories.

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Apple opens up global device location network to third-party manufacturers

If you misplace your iPhone, or someone makes off with it, Apple's Find My network can help zero in on its location so you can retrieve it. Now the application has been opened up to third-party products, and among the first are ebikes from VanMoof.

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Motorola’s new g series phones are led by the moto g100

Motorola has unveiled a fresh batch of new Android phones for your consideration, and as well as the value-for-money handsets that the company is usually known for, this time there's a more premium device as well: the moto g100.

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Review: Reading in color with the PocketBook InkPad Color

Last month, Switzerland's PocketBook announced the release of the InkPad Color, an e-reader built around E Ink's newest color screen technology. The company sent us a review unit and we've been reading in color ever since.

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Barnes & Noble taps Lenovo for design of new Nook tablet

Barnes & Noble has joined forces with Lenovo to relaunch its 10.1-inch tablet, offering a "best of both worlds" reading experience, with access to millions of ebooks through the B&N app as well as everything you'd expect from a modern budget tablet.

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Asus ROG Phone 5 tempts gamers with an incredible specs list

Asus has refreshed its Republic of Gamers gaming phone for 2021, and it's a powerhouse. The ROG Phone 5 series offers a super-speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, a huge 6,000-mAh battery, and up to 18 GB of RAM (more than many laptops).

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