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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Google Cloud AI To Make Real-Time NCAA Final Four Predictions

    How is your NCAA bracket holding up? Google Cloud and the NCAA have been working together to analyze several decades worth of game and player data. During the Final Four, the Google Cloud team will share their predictions in real-time TV halftime ads. Kansas University at the 2016 NCAA Championship...
  • Huawei CEO Says Company Won’t Give Up On U.S. Market Despite Disappointing Setbacks

    To say that Huawei has been beleaguered of late would be an understatement. The company has seen all hopes of distributing its smartphones in the U.S. thwarted, be it from wireless carriers or from nationwide retailers. Much of trouble that Huawei has been faced with comes as U.S. authorities are...
  • Intel Patent Describes Bitcoin Mining Hardware Accelerator With Incredible Power Efficiency

    When it comes to cryptocurrency mining, many small- and large-scale outfits have cornered the GPU market, buying up large quantities of current generation AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards. Gamers have especially been hit hard by miners, as even mainstream graphics cards that should be heading towards the bargain bin at...
  • ZTE's $80 Tempo Go Is The First Android Go Smartphone For US Market

    If you're looking for one of the cheapest smartphones you can purchase with no strings attached, ZTE just pulled the wraps off the first Android Go phone to launch in the United States: the Tempo Go. The headlining "feature" of the smartphone will no doubt be its $79.99 price tag...
  • Dell XPS 15 2-In-1 Review: An Ultra-Powerful, Premium Convertible Laptop

    At CES earlier this year, Dell strutted out a few new products, including its XPS 15 2-in-1 with a 360-degree hinge. It is the first XPS 15 to adopt the convertible 2-in-1 form factor, providing customers with flexible use case scenarios, like folding the display all the way back onto...
  • Magic Leap Ships Its First AR Headsets To Devs Under Tight Security Protocols

    Magic Leap has kept a tight lid on its augmented reality headset, the One, though it still plans on shipping the product to consumers later this year. In the meantime, it has begun sending out units to developers. In keeping with its veil of secrecy, Magic Leap is said to...
  • Sweet Android Oreo Update Arrives For Galaxy Note 8 Owners In The US

    If you are a Galaxy Note 8 owner in the United States, we've got some exciting news for you. The Android 8.0 Oreo update is finally rolling out to owners, with those on AT&T and Verizon being the first recipients of the yummy, crunchy treat. Earlier this week, Samsung said...
  • Researchers Pave Way For Terahertz Computing Chips Using Optic Technology

    It was a pretty big deal when mainstream computer processors broke the gigahertz barrier, and now nearly a decade later, we routinely measure CPU speed in GHz, not megahertz alone. Now if only we could break the 5GHz barrier and beyond, right? Well forget that—after three years of research, eggheads...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Surfaces On Geekbench With Snapdragon 845 And 6GB RAM

    Samsung already refreshed its flagship smartphone family with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, so what's next for the South Korean handset maker is to focus on its phablet, the Galaxy Note. Don't worry, that is getting a refresh for 2018 as well, presumably very soon. We are starting to...
  • Coffee Lake H Benchmarks And Details Break Cover With Acer Predator Helios 500 Gaming Notebook

    Acer has not shied away from offering big and burly desktops for gamers, even if it means attaching a price tag that many people will find cost prohibitive, like the $8,999 Predator X21. A little more sane (a lot more, actually) is the company's upcoming and unannounced Predator Helios 500...

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