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Razer targets gamers with low latency wireless earbuds

Razer targets gamers with low latency wireless earbuds Everyone’s in the wireless earbuds these days. Razer, never one to be left out of a trend, is entering the category this week with Hammerhead True Wireless, a pair of fully wireless earbuds targeting its core demographic of gamers. Where the headphones set to […]

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Razer made a case for cooling iPhones while gaming

Razer made a case for cooling iPhones while gaming Razer’s efforts to build a game-centric smartphone haven’t exactly caught the world on fire just yet. Still, mobile gaming is a huge business poised to get even bigger, with services from big names like Apple and Google waiting in the wings. Seeing as […]

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Visa pitches a program offering fintechs faster market access through an ecosystem of partners

Visa pitches a program offering fintechs faster market access through an ecosystem of partners Visa is pitching a new way for startups in the fintech space to get to market faster by using its rails and a group of pre-approved partners. The Fast Track program, a variant of an investment commitment and […]

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Xiaomi’s new Mi CC brand will develop ‘trendy’ smartphones for young people

Xiaomi’s new Mi CC brand will develop ‘trendy’ smartphones for young people Huawei may be on the ropes as it battles sanctions from the U.S. government, but fellow Chinese smartphone rival Xiaomi is in expansion mode with the launch of a new brand that’s aimed at winning friends (and sales) among the […]

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Razer goes big on payments with Visa prepaid card

Razer goes big on payments with Visa prepaid card The latest pairing between a tech upstart and a financial titan is a digital prepaid card targeted at Southeast Asia’s 430 million-plus unbanked and underserved population. On Monday, Razer, the Singapore-based company best known for its gaming laptops and peripherals, announced a partnership […]

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Alibaba proposes share split ahead of reported $20B Hong Kong IPO

Alibaba proposes share split ahead of reported B Hong Kong IPO Alibaba is being heavily linked with a public listing in Hong Kong, which could reportedly happen in Q3 and raise up to $20 billion. The firm is keeping quiet on those rumors, but it did let slip a major hint after […]

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Seven years later, the OUYA is dead for real

Seven years later, the OUYA is dead for real   Remember the OUYA? As a cheap Android-powered game console, it was pitched as being able to “open the last closed platform: the TV”. It was one of the first huge Kickstarter campaigns, raising nearly 9 million dollars on the site in 2012. […]

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Razer hooks up with Tencent to focus on mobile gaming

Razer hooks up with Tencent to focus on mobile gaming Razer is summoning a big gun as it bids to develop its mobile gaming strategy. The Hong Kong-listed company — which sells laptops, smartphones and gaming peripherals — said today it is working with Tencent on a raft of initiatives related to […]

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Razer integrates Amazon’s Alexa voice controls and haptic feedback into its gaming platform

Razer integrates Amazon’s Alexa voice controls and haptic feedback into its gaming platform Razer, the company that makes high-end hardware and software specifically tailored to gaming enthusiasts, is adding new voice and touch features to its platform to bring it into the next generation of computing and take the Razer gaming experience […]

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Razer soups up its gaming smartphone

Razer soups up its gaming smartphone Razer is quick to refute any suggestions that its second phone is little more than an iterative update. Sure, the thing looks remarkably identical to its predecessor from the front, but the innards are certainly souped up — and there’s a snazzy new back to match. […]

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