Tuesday, 8 November 2016

5 reasons you won't miss the headphone jack; Photos: See where Gorilla Glass was developed

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Video: The top 5 reasons you won't miss the headphone jack

Motorola's Moto Z and Apple's iPhone 7 made headlines, and sparked some outrage, when they got rid of the traditional headphone jack. But here are five reasons why it's not such a bad thing.

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