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Consumer electronics is one of the most competitive and exciting sectors in the tech industry. It moves incredibly fast so you need to make sure you have the right information. You can get that from the daily consumer electronics news email from Wiser. Consumer electronics cover all electronic devices designed for personal, everyday use. The first such devices were radios manufactured in the 1920s. Over the decades, demand for devices like televisions, personal audio players, telephones, cameras and computing equipment has increased dramatically. That consumer demand and thirst for new innovation remain. As a result companies continue to develop devices that are smaller, more integrated, more powerful, and more connected. This is the future for consumer electronics, particularly in regard to personal computing, entertainment and communication. But there are also innovations and new technologies that are starting to expand this, such as the internet of things. This is one of the fastest changing industries in the technology sector, as devices become instantly out-dated as soon as they arrive on the shop shelves. But you can stay ahead of the curve: just sign up for the Wiser daily consumer electronics news email.

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Entering year three, Rainbow Six Siege is still the only true "next-gen" shooter
PCWorld • Hayden Dingman
RightEye’s portable eye-tracking test catches concussions and reading problems in five minutes
TechCrunch • Devin Coldewey
Jabra Elite 65t review - CNET
CNET • David Carnoy
Confirmed: AMD will loan chips to help with motherboard updates for Ryzen APUs
PCWorld • Gordon Mah Ung
Intel says it's been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre, Meltdown
PCWorld • Mark Hachman
Cortana's smart-home powers grow with IFTTT, Honeywell, Ecobee support
PCWorld • Mark Hachman
This week in games: New THQ buys back old THQ, The Evil Within II adds a first-person mode
PCWorld • Hayden Dingman
UPDATE 2-Qualcomm says open to more deal talks with Broadcom following meeting
Reuters • Greg Roumeliotis
Amazon has dropped $50 off the Ring Video Doorbell Pro
PCWorld • Ian Paul
Essential Phone’s new ‘Halo Gray’ color goes on sale exclusively at Amazon
TechCrunch • Darrell Etherington
 
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Entering year three, Rainbow Six Siege is still the only true "next-gen" shooter
PCWorldHayden Dingman
It’s been over a year since I last played Rainbow Six Siege for any real length of time, and I regret it. Earlier this week I went to play the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege – Year Three content ($30 season pass on...
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RightEye’s portable eye-tracking test catches concussions and reading problems in five minutes
TechCrunchDevin Coldewey
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul, but physiologically speaking, they’re windows to the brain. RightEye is a startup that looks through that window to detect common but often subtle vision issues resulting from concussions and other brain troubles....
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Consumer Electronics, Technology Industry
Jabra Elite 65t review - CNET
CNETDavid Carnoy
Jabra's new truly wireless earphones are superior to the AirPods in some ways and only cost a little more.
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Confirmed: AMD will loan chips to help with motherboard updates for Ryzen APUs
PCWorldGordon Mah Ung
If you can't get your shiny new Ryzen APU on the motherboard you bought last year, don't panic: AMD officials have confirmed that they will indeed ship you an older, dual-core chip to help you make it work. The problem relates to...
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Intel says it's been hit with 32 separate lawsuits over Spectre, Meltdown
PCWorldMark Hachman
Intel customers and shareholders are angry about Meltdown and Spectre—angry enough that a total of 32 suits have been filed against the company regarding the two vulnerabilities. In its annual report, filed Friday, Intel disclosed that 30 customer class-action suits have been...
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Cortana's smart-home powers grow with IFTTT, Honeywell, Ecobee support
PCWorldMark Hachman
Microsoft's Cortana has added support for the IFTTT conditional platform plus a number of smart services, both helping bring Cortana more in line with competing services from Amazon and Google Home.
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This week in games: New THQ buys back old THQ, The Evil Within II adds a first-person mode
PCWorldHayden Dingman
The biggest video game news this week is that Valve updated the format for Steam Wishlists—not because I care about Wishlists, but simply because Valve actually updated the Steam interface. Could this be the start of that large-scale overhaul we’ve heard has...
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UPDATE 2-Qualcomm says open to more deal talks with Broadcom following meeting
ReutersGreg Roumeliotis
() - Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) on Friday called a meeting with Broadcom Ltd (AVGO.O) to discuss the latter’s $121 billion bid constructive and opened the door to more talks, but continued to reject the proposed deal between the semiconductor companies. Qualcomm’s response...
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Amazon has dropped $50 off the Ring Video Doorbell Pro
PCWorldIan Paul
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is $199 today on Amazon.
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Essential Phone’s new ‘Halo Gray’ color goes on sale exclusively at Amazon
TechCrunchDarrell Etherington
The Essential Phone is currently in the midst of being rolled out in a range of new colors, including three that will be released excessively on Essential’s own website, with a staged release schedule that began Thursday. On Friday, however, Essential revealed...
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