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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Asus Zenfone 5Z hands on: More than just an iPhone X lookalike

    Asus typically shies away from smartphone launches at MWC. They do make phones - the Zenfone 4 from last year was a highlight - but they don't usually perform a big song and dance at the annual tech conference like say, Samsung or Sony do. But, not anymore. This year's...
  • ASUS Unveils ZenFone 5, A Blatant Notched Android Clone Of The iPhone X

    They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and that definitely appears to be the case with ASUS. The company just announced the ZenFone 5, which is a dead ringer for Apple’s iPhone X. Like the iPhone X, the ZenFone 5 features a "notch" in its display that...
  • Intel Leverages Movidius Neural Compute Stick To Bring AI To The Masses

    Intel has rolled out a new program that is aimed at making it easier for developers to bring AI prototypes to market. The new program is called “AI: In Production” and works along with the Intel Movidius Neural Compute Stick (NCS) that launched last July. That Movidius device has a...
  • Hyundai Unveils Funky Kona Electric Crossover With Tesla Model 3 Rivaling 292-Mile Range

    When it comes to electric vehicles, products from Tesla tend to suck all of the oxygen out of the room. After all, it's hard to argue with the good looks and forward-looking technology that's strewn throughout EV's like the Model S and Model 3. However, other manufacturers are quickly catching...
  • Verizon And AT&T Race To Launch 5G Hotspot Pucks, T-Mobile Says You're 'Pucking Kidding Me'

    If everything goes according to plan, we will begin seeing the first 5G wireless services and devices capable of taking advantage of the bandwidth later this year. According to both AT&T and Verizon Wireless, initial commercial 5G deployments will begin later this year. However, the first devices that America's two...
  • Moon to get 4G mobile network

    Vodafone and Nokia lay out plans to put a 4G mobile network on the Moon in 2019. Go to Source
  • FTC Lawsuit Against AT&T For Throttling Unlimited Data Can Now Proceed

    Bad news for AT&T and good news for consumers at large—the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) does in fact have authority over the wireless carrier and other common carriers, an appeals court has determined. That means the FTC can dole out punishment to AT&T Mobility for throttling data on...
  • Finnish government’s bridge to Asia drives IT deals

    Building stronger and more sustainable trade bridges to markets in Asia, with tech expertise on offer, became one of the chief pillars underpinning Finland’s gradual return to robust economic growth. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and...
  • Overall GPU Market Declined During 2017, Cryptocurrency Miners Bought 3 Million AMD And NVIDIA Cards

    Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released its shipment numbers for GPUs during the fourth quarter of 2017, and there's some mixed news to report. Looking at quarterly performance, AMD was the big winner with an 8 percent quarter-over-quarter increase in GPU shipments during Q4. AMD was able to nab market...
  • Porn checks deadline looms amid uncertainty

    A few weeks before a major change to the way in which UK viewers access online pornography, neither the government nor the appointed regulator has been able to provide details to the BBC about how it will work. From April 2018, people accessing porn sites will have to prove they...

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