Realme launches Dizo, its new tech lifestyle brand with focus on non-mobile gadgets

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Realme has announced its first brand in the tech lifestyle ecosystem. It is called Dizo. Pronounced “dee-zoe”, the new brand from Realme, which itself spun off from Oppo three years back, will act as a name for all AIoT products that the company will be launching going forward. Realme has a growing portfolio of interconnected smart devices, along with lifestyle products such as a tote bag and a backpack. It makes sense Realme wants to give a separate identity to these products to maintain a core focus on phones, but it may be too much for customers.“Urging its consumers to “Be Different”, Dizo wishes to offer technology that complements individuality of a consumer, empowers them, and becomes an extension of their respective personalities,” said Realme, highlighting how Dizo will coexist in the current portfolio of the company. Think of...

Move over fidget spinner, there’s a new gadget in town that helps you focus for just over $100

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The more we understand about the brain, the more we’ve come to realize that fidgeting can often times help people connect, focus, or brainstorm. The rise of the fidget spinner only goes to show just how valuable gadgets can be to our processing.  Taking this inherent attraction to fidgeting to a whole new level, the Skill Set Scientific Desk Toy + Magnet Shield is changing the game, and it’s on sale for just $105, an 18 percent discount from its list price of $129. Having been the subject of rave reviews, this aluminum magnet ball is a blast to play with. Using the toy’s materials and included magnets, users while away the hours playing games like keeping the ball afloat without touching it. A fresh, futuristic, and proven fidgeting tool, this two-pack of desk toys can help a variety of people with focus and...

Red Hat adding 500+ jobs, including Raleigh, with focus on cloud computing

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RALEIGH – Red Hat is going on a hiring spree to bolster its further development of cloud computing efforts. The Raleigh-based firm that’s now part of IBM is adding “more than 500 new associates” accross North America with the new jobs coming primarily in Raleigh and Boston, a Red Hat spokesperson says. The emphasis is on hybrid cloud – in which customers work with Red Hat to link together private and public (such as Amazon Web Services) cloud for data operations such as storage and development. The additional Red Hat jobs is the latest in a series of hiring announcements by companies in the Triangle, including Apple, Fidelity Investments, Google and numerous life science firms. IBM bought Red Hat for $34 billion two years ago, the major focus being cloud computing. Hybrid cloud is the hot space with Big Blue advertising its portfolio...

Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market | Strategic Industry Evolutionary Analysis Focus on Leading Key Players and Revenue Growth Analysis by Forecast To 2030 – KSU

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2021 New Report Published Via “Supply Demand Market Research” The Global Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market is highly competitive and fragmented. Several players in the market striving to provide superior products by differentiating them either based on quality or service. Vendors are deploying various organic and inorganic growth strategies to survive market competition. This report classifies key market players as dominant, pure-play and industry-focused players to offer effective investment opportunities and allow clients to make informed decisions. The major players in the Cloud Computing Stack Layers Market include top Key Players:  Amazon Web Services, Salesforce, Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google Cloud Platform, SAP, Rackspace, H&P Helion, OVH, Avaya, Oracle Feel free to contact us for any inquiry, Download PDF Sample Copy of Cloud...