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Fintech startup 1receipt issues and manages customers’ digital receipts in a smartphone app. And unlike other digital receipts, shoppers are not required to share their personal information.
Japanese computer memory manufacturer is set to release two new solid state drives for content creators, gamers, and professionals. The SSDs, which are under development, will be staged in an exhibit in Shanghai from 30 July to 2 August.
Australian semiconductor start-up Morse Micro says it is sampling its Wi-Fi HaLow chips to product developers to evaluate and test the solution. By making the HaLow chips available, Morse Micro also adds it expects to see Wi-Fi reach billions of devices.
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