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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • YouTube To Intentionally 'Frustrate' Music Listeners With Ads To Promote Paid Streaming Service

    Hey, good news everyone, Google is going to be serving up more ads through YouTube in between music videos! Isn't that awesome? Wait, you're not stoked? Well then, that is unfortunate, because apparently the video streaming site will forge ahead with showing a greater number of ads to some users...
  • Mark Zuckerberg Apologizes For Facebook's Failings In Rare Sit Down Interview

    There is a campaign on Twitter to #DeleteFacebook. Even Brian Acton, the WhatsApp co-founder who became a billionaire when Facebook acquired his cross-platform mobile messaging service, is supporting the movement. Facebook is likely to survive the recent turmoil stemming from a scandal involving Cambridge Analytica and the mishandling of private...
  • Google Chrome 66 Puts A Muzzle On Annoying Autoplaying Videos By Default

    Ads and videos on website that we frequent are a normal occurrence that we have all gotten used to over the years. However, one thing that really irritates internet surfers are videos that play automatically when we load a page -- especially if they have blaring audio accompanying them. Google...
  • Verizon CEO Envisions 5G Smartphones That Will Last A Month Per Charge

    Looking ahead to the next generation of wireless technology, 5G is expected to usher in much faster download speeds, allowing for higher quality streaming and potentially online gaming with less lag. The speed bump is reason enough to be excited for the eventual 5G roll out to the masses, but...
  • NVIDIA Titan V GPUs Reportedly Flunking Math In Scientific Simulations

    Three and a half months ago, NVIDIA launched its first consumer graphics card with a Volta GPU inside, the mighty Titan V. While it's a capable gaming card, that is not what it was designed for. The Titan V was built for professional and academic deep learning applications, and as...
  • Huawei's US Expansion Hopes Crushed After Best Buy Stops Selling Its Phones

    Huawei might be one of the largest smartphone OEMs in the world, but the company is having a very hard time breaking into the U.S. market. The reason for the difficulty is that Huawei has very close ties to the Chinese government, and the U.S. government is balking over fears of...
  • YouTube gun ban drives bloggers to PornHub

    YouTube has banned videos that show people how to manufacture or modify guns and their accessories. It had already banned videos linked to the sale of guns and accessories. Many firearms enthusiasts noticed that some of their videos had been removed from the video-sharing website and some had their channels...
  • Epic's Star Wars Unreal Engine Real-Time Ray Tracing Demo Will Blow Your Jedi Mind

    Earlier this week Microsoft and NVIDIA announced some major advances in real-time ray tracing using high-end gaming hardware. When Microsoft talked up its tech, the company noted that some of the major game engines out there would be integrating ray tracing, and that the new tech would be coming to...
  • BlackBerry QNX to power Jaguar Land Rover electronic controls

    BlackBerry and Jaguar Land Rover have announced they will be collaborating on an electronic control unit (ECU) for new cars, based on the QNX embedded operating system. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You...
  • Uber self-driving crash: Footage shows moment before impact

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Police have released two videos showing the moments leading up to a fatal crash involving a self-driving Uber car in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday. In the 14-second video, the autonomous vehicle is seen failing to slow down before hitting Elaine Herzberg, 49, who...

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