Google Home Digital Assistant Review

With voice control being the latest craze, Google has entered the market. Google Home consists of a voice-activated speaker powered by the Google Assistant. It is very similar in function to its competition from Amazon, The Echo and the Echo Dot which are powered by Amazon Alexa. ISP1 reviewed the Echo Dot, Alexa and integration […]
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XO Communications Partners BAE Systems and Fortinet

XO Communications has collaborated with BAE Systems and Fortinet to offer a managed security bundle for businesses using the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect service. In a statement released on September 29, XO said the new AWS Direct Connect-enabled managed security bundle enables its customers to procure high-speed connectivity to the AWS Cloud with […]
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Sprint Benefits From Radioshack Bankruptcy

Online shopping entity, Radio Shack recently filed for bankruptcy and Sprint Corp. seems to be benefiting from it. Radioshack has been performing dismally since 2011 hence it is no surprise that it is closing shop now. The carrier is set to take over a number of the defunct online shopping company stores. RadioShack had at […]
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Twitter Enters E-Commerce

Twitter has dipped a toe into the e-commerce world. The company recently introduced the use of a “buy” button in a number of tweets on its platform. The button allows twitter users to buy items directly from promotional tweets without the need to go through a third party. This new feature marks the first time […]
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Amazon Fire Prices Chopped Drastically

Late June of this year, Amazon released its first smartphone. The smartphone is known as Amazon Fire, and there was a lot of hope for the phone as many expected Amazon to make huge sales of this phone. These huge sales were not to be, and now we are at a point where the company […]
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Amazon Asks FAA Permission For Drone Delivery Test

Amazon has petitioned the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to use drones in its plan to deliver its packages to consumers in less than 30 minutes. The online retailer caused uproar in December when it announced that it had plans to deliver packages to its customers using self-guided aircraft otherwise known as drones. The company […]
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