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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • Should Google Seed Everyone In US Household With A Free Home Mini AI Speaker?

    Alphabet is one of the largest and most valuable companies on the planet, and at least one Morgan Stanley analyst is suggesting that the company use its cash pile to gain the upper hand in a growing market sector. In this case, Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak says that Alphabet...
  • Cryptocurrency Market Implosion Continues As Bitcoin Falls Below $6,000

    It was only a few months ago when there was talk of Bitcoin being on a trajectory to perhaps hit $50,000 or even $100,000, which could make late adopters wealthy and early adopters obscenely rich (more so than they have already become). Fast forward to today, however, and the future...
  • Google's Planned Yeti Game Streaming Console Could Attack Xbox And PlayStation Juggernauts

    Google has its hands in a lot of cookie jars, everything from online search (its bread and butter) and email, to productivity software and entertainment. It is quite the extensive list, but about gaming? There's Android, but Google is not really directly involved in gaming. That could change if and...
  • Analysis Says Intel 10nm Process Enables 2.7X Density Over 14nm INTC Nodes

    It seems as though we have been waiting an eternity for Cannon Lake to arrive in volume, and barring any further delays, it will be here in mass quantities next year. In the meantime, Intel has already released a 10-nanometer processor in mobile form, that being the Core i3-8121U, giving...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 11 Series Branding Confirmed By Lenovo Rep, Gamescon Launch Rumored

    Gamers have been anxiously awaiting a replacement for the long-running GeForce GTX 10 (Pascal) Series of graphics cards, which have been around for two years now. We've been hearing a number of rumors surrounding the upcoming replacement, and there have been conflicting reports on whether the Turing-based cards will be feature...
  • Cloud storage: Amazon vs Azure vs Google vs IBM Softlayer

    Computer Weekly looks at the biggest four cloud storage providers, how they stand in the market, the products they offer, and who offers the widest range of products and features Share this item with your network: Antony Adshead Storage Editor Storage is key to cloud operations, but offerings differ between...
  • Nintendo’s NES Classic Console Back In Stock, Here’s Where To Score One

    One of the most elusive game consoles of last year was not a mighty 4K powerhouse or even a system capable of playing modern games. No, it was the NES Classic Edition, a modern remake of the hugely popular original that took the market by storm when it was introduced...
  • Facebook's $500M Verdict Loss In Oculus Copyright Case Dramatically Reduced

    Facebook has been fighting a legal battle with its Oculus arm against ZeniMax for a while now. In February 2017, Facebook's Oculus was ordered to pay ZeniMax $500 million for patent infringement. With that sort of money on the line, Facebook and Oculus appealed the decision. A new ruling in...
  • Floating robot Cimon sent to International Space Station

    An experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the International Space Station (ISS) on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Dubbed Cimon (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion), the device is intended as an "an AI-based assistant for astronauts". Cimon weighs 5kg but in zero gravity it will...
  • Fake bookings hit Singapore's Ryde Technologies

    Hundreds of fake accounts making "phantom bookings" have recently plagued Singapore-based firm Ryde Technologies, the company has said. In recent weeks, nearly 300 such accounts have made 2,000 bogus bookings, costing drivers $50,000 (£37,900). The start-up investigated the problem after drivers complained. Uber, which offers a similar service, has in...

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