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Novak Djokovic reveals Juan Martin del Potro inspiration after first French Open win

Novak Djokovic reflected on a testing period of injury struggles and revealed he had drawn inspiration from fellow ATP star Juan Martin

Connected IO ships first internet of things product to Australia

ASX-listed “internet of things” tech play, Connected IO, has shipped its first batch of modem-like devices to its Australian and New Zealand

Apple will sell its Nike Sport Loop Apple Watch band separately for the first time

It’s spring, and Apple has new Apple Watch bands for us. I’m excited to think about pastels while it actively blizzards outside my apartment.

SpaceX’s Latest Launch Marks Its First Step Toward Beaming Internet Down From Space

SpaceX launched two of its own satellites into space on Thursday morning, and if you watched the webcast of the launch, you probably

Honor View 10 Goes on Sale in India for First Time, Launch Offers Detailed

Honor View 10 (Review), the new AI-focused flagship from the Huawei brand, went on sale in India on Monday, January 8. The smartphone – exclusively available

Apple Watch Gets First EKG Reader in AliveCor KardiaBand

HIGHLIGHTS AliveCor KardiaBand approved by FDA It detects irregular heartbeat, cause of stroke KardiaBand costs $199 AliveCor’s KardiaBand has become the first

OnePlus 5T Seen Passing Bend, Burn, and Scratch Tests Ahead of Its First Sale

OnePlus 5T has made an appearance in durability tests conducted by YouTuber JerryRigEverything, showing the latest OnePlus smartphone has a tough build. The narrator in

Twitter is testing a Twitter Lite Android app, first in the Philippines

Twitter today has nearly four times as many monthly active users outside the U.S. as it does in its home market — 260 million

Building a business around refugees seeking that first job

India-born founder’s tea venture gives migrants a leg up A chance conversation at a restaurant with a group of refugees in North

Julia Donaldson: How my first safari was the inspiration for The Ugly Five

There can’t be a writer who hasn’t been asked “Where do you get your ideas?” and experienced an inward groan. My  usual