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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon XR1 Platform For Affordable Extended Reality Headsets

    Qualcomm is looking to make Extended Reality (XR) the next big thing in mobile computing. XR is the term that Qualcomm has coined to describe the full gamut of Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and Mixed Reality (MR) experiences. With XR, Qualcomm is looking to provide a single platform...
  • Fallout Rumors Fly As Bethesda Airs 'Please Stand By' Message Ahead Of E3

    It appears that Bethesda has some new Fallout-themed gaming in store for us at this year's E3. The company posted a tweet this morning with a "Please Stand By" image, which we all by now know means that the release will be Fallout tinged. Given that the only text in...
  • Sony Celebrates Days of Play Sale With Limited Edition Blue PS4

    Sony has announced that it is bringing back the Days of Play celebration. The event is meant to celebrate the “passionate” PlayStation community, and part of that celebration includes a special edition PS4 console and discounts on games. The special deals will be offered across the U.S. and Canada from...
  • Mega Man 11 Hits Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4 And PC This October

    We knew that Mega Man 11 would be arriving be incoming sometime this year to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the franchise, but Capcom today announced the official release date for the title. Mega Man 11 will debut on October 2nd in the United States and will be available on all...
  • Apple HomePod AI Speaker Gains Stereo Mode And AirPlay 2 Multi-Room Audio

    iOS 11.4 is rolling out to iPhone and the iPad today, and it will bring with it support for Messages in the Cloud and AirPlay 2 (among other things). The first feature will allow all of your text messages and iMessages (which can often be quite large in size) via...
  • Pure debuts new FlashArray //X arrays with NVMe across the range

    Pure Storage has announced new FlashArray//X series arrays with NVMe flash storage and NVMe-over-fabrics (NVMf) as standard across the range. The move – announced last week at the flash pioneer’s Pure Accelerate event in San Francisco – will see models in its FlashArray //M range quickly replaced by NVMe-capable FlashArray...
  • Thumping Bass? Researchers Demonstrate Hard Drive Crashing Sonic Attacks With Standard Speakers

    Security researchers from the University of Michigan and Zhejian University in China have published a paper on an acoustic attack vector that could crash a mechanical hard drive, leading to damage to both the hardware and software. The attack does not require fancy equipment, either—an attacker could use regular, built-in...
  • Intelligence on the edge will see workloads migrate from clouds

    The need to support artificial intelligence (AI)  on the internet of things (IoT) will see processing migrate from the cloud back onto devices, according to a report from ABI Research. The market for edge AI inference will grow from just 6% in 2017 to 43% in 2023, ABI predicted. Jack...
  • Lenovo Z5 Bezel-Less Android Flagship Makes Global Debut On June 5th

    We already know that Lenovo has a tasty new Android flagship on the way called the Lenovo Z5. However, we're learning this week that the bezel-less smartphone will make its official debut on June 5th. The official unveil, which will take place in China, was announced via the Chinese social networking...
  • Latest Google Pixel 3 Leak Hints At No Notch For Standard Unit But A Notched XL

    Will the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have a notched display, as is the growing trend among Android devices, or will it skip the notch and use a more traditional bezel design at the top? The answer to that question might simply be 'Yes!', though that requires further explanation...

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