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Panasonic Launches New Line Of Speakers

The new line-up of speakers are available online and at Panasonic retail stores.

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Panasonic also launches mobile computing devices in India. Flickr

Panasonic India on Wednesday launched its new line-up of speakers starting at Rs 6,890 under the “Home Entertainment” and “UA” speaker system series that come embedded with woofers and digital amplifiers.

“SC-HT30GW-K” is priced at Rs 6,890 and “SC-HT40GW-K” at Rs 8,590 under the “Home Entertainment” speaker system series.

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These speakers are capable of delivering ultra-strong bass and dynamic sound performance, the company said. IANS

These models deliver 80W of sound and feature wall-mounted speakers that play your favourite music and audio content in a powerful and pristine quality, the company said in a statement.

Extending its home “UA” Series line-up, the company launched three different models — SC-UA30GW-K, SC-UA7GW-K and SC-UA90GW-K — priced at Rs 21,990, Rs 38,990 and 44,990 respectively.

These speakers are capable of delivering ultra-strong bass and dynamic sound performance, the company said.

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These models deliver 80W of sound and feature wall-mounted speakers that play your favourite music and audio content. (IANS)

“With the introduction of this new line-up, we are offering a range that will cater to the needs of all our consumers with diversity in features and prices,” said Neeraj Bahl, Associate Director – Business Group Head, Consumer Electronic, Panasonic India.

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The new line-up of speakers are available online and at Panasonic retail stores. (IANS)

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China May Restrict Tech Access in Spiraling US Trade Dispute

The system will build a strong firewall to strengthen the nation's ability to innovate

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People try out Huawei smartphone models on display at an electronic store in Beijing, China, May 20, 2019. VOA

China is creating a system to protect its technology, according to state media, as the U.S. restricts the access of Chinese companies to American technology in a spiraling trade dispute.

The People’s Daily newspaper said Sunday that the system will build a strong firewall to strengthen the nation’s ability to innovate and to accelerate the development of key technologies.

“China … will never allow certain countries to use China’s technology to contain China’s development and suppress Chinese enterprises,”the main paper of the ruling Communist Party said, without directly referring to the United States.

No details have been released about what China is calling a national technological security management list. The plan was announced Saturday evening in a brief three-paragraph dispatch by the official Xinhua News Agency.

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China is creating a system to protect its technology. Pixabay

The aim is to forestall and defuse national security risks more effectively, Xinhua said, adding that detailed measures would be unveiled in the near future.

The initiative follows U.S. moves to restrict sales to Huawei Technologies and other Chinese tech firms on national security grounds.

The U.S. Commerce Department last month added Huawei to its list of entities that are engaged in activities contrary to U.S. national security or foreign policy interests.

As such, any sale of U.S. technology to Huawei will require Commerce Department approval.

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China responded by saying its Commerce Ministry would develop its own list of foreign entities that it regards as “unreliable.” (VOA)