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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Amazon’s Alexa-Enabled Dash Wand Sticks To Your Fridge For Easy Grocery Ordering

    Amazon wants complete and total domination over your shopping experience, and that is becoming even more readily apparent with the arrival of the new Dash Wand. The Dash Wand is a small, handheld Wi-Fi device that is supposed to live in your kitchen (which explains its built-in magnet, allowing you...
  • Microsoft AI plays a perfect game of Ms Pac-Man

    One of Microsoft's artificial intelligence systems has conquered the 1980s video game Ms. Pac-Man. The team, from Microsoft-owned Canadian AI firm Maluuba, achieved the perfect score of 999,990. The software giant said that the method deployed in the game could also be used for teaching AI agents to perform complex...
  • E3 2017: Light tech lets gamers share one screen

    MirraViz lets several gamers use one screen at the same time, without seeing one another's gameplay. Go to Source
  • Ethereum Looks Poised To Overtake Bitcoin Market Cap In 'The Flippening'

    Since its debut in 2009, Bitcoin has enjoyed a massive share of the cryptocurrency market to the point where it almost seemed untouchable. While there are many different cryptocurrencies out there, none have been a serious threat to the big B. That is until now. The mighty combatant to challenge...
  • Microsoft’s AI Will Totally Destroy You In Ms. Pac-Man Achieving A Perfect 1 Million Score

    For April Fool’s Day, Google turned its popular Maps navigation program into a playable version of Ms. Pac-Man, transforming your local city streets (or any collection of streets around the globe) into a ghost-chasing playground. While that was a nice break from the norm for the traditionally staid Maps application...
  • Razer’s New Blade Stealth Flaunts 13-inch Display And Kaby Lake, Targets Apple MacBook Pro

    If you are a fan of the Blade Stealth family of gaming notebooks, Razer is back at it again with a new model that ditches the 12.5-inch display in favor of a more spacious 13.3-inch unit. As before, the Blade Stealth is milled from aircraft-grade aluminum, but is now available...
  • Mozilla Launches Firefox 54 With Multiprocess Support, Rips 'Memory Hog' Google Chrome

    It’s been eight years in the making, but Mozilla is now rolling out multiprocess support to its production branch of Firefox via the Electrolysis (E10s) project. Firefox 54 is being billed as “the best Firefox ever” and uses its multiprocess support to enable web users, who often have a dozen...
  • 'US rethinks Chinese investment in AI start-ups'

    The Pentagon has raised concerns about China's access to artificial-intelligence-based technology developed in the US, according to Reuters. The news agency says a leaked report proposes that export controls be updated to stop Chinese organisations being able to invest in some start-ups. It suggests the move is needed to prevent...
  • Google Nabs Top Apple Silicon Architect To Lead Custom Chip Development For Next Gen Pixel

    There is only so much top-level talent to go around in Silicon Valley. That is part of the reason why engineers and technology bigwigs make obscene amounts of money. It is also why poaching employees from competitors is so common. This happened yet again with Google convincing Manu Gulati, a...
  • Apple Macs Are Being Targeted By MacRansom ‘Malware As A Service’ Attacks

    The notion that Mac systems are immune to malware is just plain wrong. Sure, Macs might be less susceptible to malware than Windows-based PCs, but they are certainly not exempt from security threats. Proving otherwise, two different security outfits have put out warnings about separate threats targeting Mac users. One...

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