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Arla unveils Lockerbie plant investment

The investment will see processing facilities upgraded at the Lockerbie plant Dairy giant Arla is to invest £5.5m to upgrade processing facilities at its Scottish plant in Lockerbie. It is part of a UK-wide package of £72m to be spent this year, which the company said showed its “clear commitment” to dairy production. In total 10 of its 12 sites will receive investment in 2018. Arla said the latest developments would take the total spent at Lockerbie to more than £44m in recent years which showed its “strategic importance”. The…

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Mi Max launch: Xiaomi Unveils MIUI eight

Xiaomi at its Tuesday event is all set to release its Mi Max telephone, and has already all started unveiling the MIUI 8. The chinese enterprise started off speakme about the brand new ROM and claimed there have been 2 hundred million MIUI users worldwide. at the release, Xiaomi claimed that the MIUI customers had been “among the most active cellular internet users.” The business enterprise noted the UMIndex, which is a cell records analysis employer of Alibaba, and claimed that as of March, six out of pinnacle 10 smartphones…

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LG Innotek Unveils 15-Watt Wireless Charging Module for Smartphones

LG Innotek, the materials manufacturing subsidiary of the LG group, last week announced a new 15-watt wireless transmission modules for smartphones. The company says wireless chargers with the technology can supply the same amount of electric power supplied by wired chargers. LG Innotek says that it has plans to start mass production this year. It adds that the new modules decreases the entire charging time and enhances user convenience since it is compatible with diverse charger specifications. The company details that the wireless power charger consists of transmitter, which supplies…

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Apple Unveils Smaller, Cheaper iPhone SE for Emerging Markets

Apple Inc on Monday unveiled a smaller, cheaper iPhone aimed at new buyers, especially in emerging markets and China, as the technology company looks to reverse a decline in worldwide sales of its most important product. The new device, called the iPhone SE, has a 4-inch (10-cm) screen and starts at $399. It represents Apple’s second bid for the crowded mid-tier market after an unsuccessful foray three years ago. Orders start on Thursday, and the phone will be available next week. The $399 (roughly Rs. 26,300) starting price is well…

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