The newest Moto Mod puts a stereo speaker on the back of your phone

Motorola has announced the Moto Stereo Speaker, its cheapest Moto Mod to date. It’s basically a Speaker that slap onto the back of your Moto Z handset with the help of magnetic connectors, just like the rest of the Moto Mods out there.

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Mi Noise Cancelling USB Type-C Earphones launched in India

Xiaomi has launched Mi Noise Cancelling USB Type-C Earphones along with Mi MIX 2 in India. It has a frequency response of 20 – 40000Hz, 113dB sensitivity, iron acoustic architecture and comes with an Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) technology that reduces environmental noise as well as draws power from the phone through USB-C port.

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Google Pixelbook high-performance Chromebook and Pixel Buds wireless headphones official

At October 4 event, Google has unveiled its all-new Pixelbook running on Chrome OS. This is the Google’s engineering marvel, which was designed to showcase the strong abilities of Google’s design team. The Pixelbook comes with premium hardware, Aluminum unibody and Pixelbook Pen support.

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Google Home Mini and Max Smart Speakers announced

Google introduced two new additions to the Google Home family at its October 4 event: Google Home Mini and Google Home Max. Both are powered by Google Assistant and comes with brand new features. Google Home Mini is small as well as sleek, with no corners or edges, and it is packed in the size of a Donut, so portability is definitely a feature.

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This could be the reason for delay in Apple AirPods availability

Apple brought the ‘mini revolution’ in the wireless industry by announcing “true” wireless earbuds called AirPods. It is supposed to act as a perfect substitute in the absence of 3.5mm headphone jack on latest iPhone models. Apple already demoed it on stage, and some of the major tech websites reviewed them right after the launch.

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Meet the Mi Wi-Fi Speaker and Mi Home Theater with PatchWall AI tech

Xiaomi has announced new products in its Mi Eco-system called Mi Wi-Fi Speaker and Mi Home Theater. Both products are powered by the company’s PatchWall AI technology to learn your habits for better content predictions. To remind you, Xiaomi originally announced PatchWall AI tech with Mi Box 3c and Mi Box 3s earlier this month.

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