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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Microsoft Posts Big Earnings Gains In All Business Units, Surface And Azure Cloud Booming

    Microsoft was once heavily criticized for deciding to sell its own hardware, and specifically the Surface. From the outside looking in, observers (and even Microsoft's own hardware partners, such as Acer) thought Microsoft was getting in over its head and underestimating how difficult it would be to compete in that...
  • Enterprise accessibility: How Cray is using HPC to open up AI use cases from the datacentre

    The past few years have seen almost every major technology firm talk up the potential for artificial intelligence (AI) to transform the enterprise, providing the skills and compute barriers blocking progress can be overcome. On the skills front, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, for example, have all set out plans to...
  • Why Is Apple Discontinuing AirPort Routers In The Era Of The Connected Home?

    Apple is discontinuing its line of wireless routers, including its AirPort Extreme base station and AirPort Express, both of which support simultaneous dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity and can be configured and managed through an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. It's a somewhat surprising move when there is so...
  • PS4 Shipments Reach 79 Million As Sony's Gaming Success Soars

    Sony this week gave up some details on its gaming business while presenting its financial results for the recently completed quarter. The highlight of the announcement was that Sony shipped 19 million PS4 consoles for fiscal 2017. That is about a million its less than it shipped in fiscal 2016...
  • Chinese Smartphone Market Declines To Levels Not Seen Since 2013

    Many smartphone makers have seen China as their key market for growth over the last few years. Chinese consumers have been gobbling up smartphones despite the booming black market in the country for devices like iPhones. That black market is so robust that smugglers had taken to flying iPhones in...
  • Intel says it 'bit off too much' amid 10nm chip delays

    Intel has faced a grilling from investors over production delays of the company's new 10 nanometer processors as concerns mount over its ability to remain competitive. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said that the full-scale release of the 10nm chips would be delayed until sometime in 2019, despite initially releasing in...
  • How to handle the flood of GDPR privacy updates

    Many app users' inboxes are bulging with requests to review new terms of service and privacy conditions. And it is no coincidence that so many developers have revamped their small print at the same time. In just under a month, the EU will introduce a new privacy law that gives...
  • Amazon Is Raising Its Yearly Prime Membership Price To $119

    If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, then we've got some bad news for you. Amazon is once again raising the price of its yearly Prime membership. Starting May 11th, a Prime membership will cost $119, which is $20 increase from the current $99. Renewals for existing customers will stick to...
  • Snap's Second-Gen Spectacles Bring Welcome Improvements Over Troubled Predecessor

    Do you find it inconvenient to reach into your pocket and grab your phone to capture a special moment? Snap’s Spectacles may your answer. Snap (formerly Snapchat) is back with its second generation of Spectacles and have made a number of improvements to the original model. The first generation of...
  • Sinclair Spectrum designer Rick Dickinson dies in US

    Rick Dickinson, the designer of the Sinclair computers, has died in the US while receiving treatment for cancer. Mr Dickinson was the in-house designer for Sinclair Research and oversaw the creation of its home computers. He was responsible for the boxy look of the ZX80 and ZX81 and the Bauhaus-inspired...

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