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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Blade Shadow Cloud Service Turns Any Mobile Device Into a Gaming PC

    Gaming on-the-go for most people means an app on a tablet or smartphone, and there are of course the folks who will do their mobile gaming with a laptop. The catch is that gaming with high-end games requires some serious muscle of the sort that many laptops, tablets, and smartphones...
  • Nest Cam IQ Gains Google Assistant Support And Cheaper Cloud Storage Plan

    Google announced today that its premium Nest Cam IQ has been upgraded with support for the Google Assistant. The over-the-air update is being beamed down to the cameras as we speak. Like other devices equipped with the Google Assistant, this update allows users to simply say "OK Google", after which...
  • Samsung's Galaxy S9 Leaked In Augmented Reality Thanks To 'Unpacked 2018' App

    There is not a lot of mystery surrounding the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus at this point. Numerous leaks and rumors have pretty revealed all there is to know about Samsung's upcoming flagship phones, barring a last minute surprise or two of course. Even so, something new has emerged...
  • Executive interview: Sudheesh Nair, president, Nutanix

    Gartner describes hyper-converged infrastructure as scale-out software integrated infrastructure that applies a modular approach to compute, network and storage resources. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may...
  • ARM Wants To Integrate A SIM Card Into Your Future Smartphone's Processor

    When it comes to SIM cards, we often "set it and forget it". Unless you do a lot of travel overseas, chances are that the SIM card is popped in the moment you purchase a new smartphone and isn’t touched again throughout the life of the device. However, that SIM...
  • Boston Dynamics Spot Robot Dog Fights Back Against Its Abusive Human Handler

    We often joke about the mechanical uprising of intelligent electronics, but behind the laughter is a bit of nervousness. Should the sci-fi scenario ever come to fruition, humans are royally screwed. Proof of this exists in spades at Boston Dynamics. Last week the robotics firm demonstrated a pair of SpotMini...
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone images leaked by MWC app

    Pictures of Samsung's latest flagship phone have been disclosed by an app released by the firm itself. The images were discovered hidden via a hack of Unpacked 2018, a program that the company has asked invitees to Sunday's launch of the handset in Barcelona to download. The disclosure backs up...
  • Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon 845 VR Headset Reference Platform

    Qualcomm on Wednesday announced a new virtual reality (VR) reference platform based on its flagship mobile chip, the Snapdragon 845. This is the same system-on-chip that Samsung for its Galaxy S9, which is expected to be announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month, which packs power computing and...
  • Tesla investigates claims of crypto-currency hack

    Tesla has confirmed that its cloud computing platform has been compromised by hackers. RedLock, the company that alerted it to the breach, believes the attackers may have done this to mine crypto-currency - an attack known as crypto-jacking. Tesla said it had addressed the vulnerability "within hours" and that no...
  • AMD Launches Embedded Epyc 3000 And Ryzen V1000 Series Processors To Amplify Zen's Market Reach

    AMD is on a mission to service every market possible with its Zen architecture. Up to this point, the company has already provided solutions for desktops, laptops, professional workstations, and datacenters, including several sub-categories in each of those sectors. Now AMD is opening up Zen to even more markets with...