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Amazon will stop supporting its Dash Wand shopping device on July 21st

Amazon is dropping support for yet another Alexa device in a matter of weeks. AFTVnews has learned that Amazon will no longer support the Dash Wand shopping helper as of July 21st, 2020. It didn’t explain why (we’ve asked Amazon for comment), but it…
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Bragi asks court to block sales of OnePlus ‘Dash’ products

Bragi isn't willing to wait for the court to resolve its dispute over OnePlus' use of the word "Dash." The audio device maker has filed for a preliminary injunction that would block OnePlus from using the Dash name in association with its products w…
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OnePlus’s Dash Charge and Amazon’s Dash buttons are conflicting trademarks

Dash Charge is what OnePlus calls their fast charging technology, and they did actually apply for a trademark for it when the OnePlus 3 launched a few years ago. Hell, they even sent us some energy drinks with the Dash Charge label a few years ago. Unfortunately for them, though, it doesn’t look like they’re […]

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In a mad dash to dethrone Apple, Samsung put too much stress on suppliers

Samsung execs learned that Apple wasn’t going to offer new major features in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and seized the chance to “dazzle consumers” with the Galaxy Note 7. An earlier release date forced suppliers to meet new deadlines.

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Bragi Dash review

Loaded with sensors and smarts, the Dash barreled into the fully wireless earbud market with all the potential in the world. But their temperamental nature gives us cause to pause.

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Ad-free Dash Radio wants to take online radio back to its terrestrial roots

This online radio platform believes the traditional radio format — listening to music curated by a DJ — is still pertinent in 2015. Dash Radio has already partnered with artists like Snoop Dogg and brands like Entourage for its launch.

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