Engadget reports that Apple is bowing out of the router business. It’s discontinuing its AirPort and Time Capsule base stations; the company will sell the remaining devices in its warehouses, and continue to offer support and patches in the future. The Cupertino-based firm is winding down its router operations after nearly two decades. There’s really not much sense in continuing to operate in the space, as there are now several brands offering high-quality products at much more competitive price points than what Apple manages. The company noted that it might make routers again someday, if it finds a way to… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
Over 200 outlets are participating in its new feature called ShopBack GO! Singapore-based cashback platform ShopBack has launched a new feature that will allow users to get cashback deals at dining outlets. Called ShopBack GO!, users first have to link their Mastercard or Visa debit/credit cards to their ShopBack account. Then, they have to find their […]
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