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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Facebook Ramps Investments Into AI And Robotics Research

    Like any industry, technology follows trends that pave a path into the future. As it stands right, the two biggest trends are artificial intelligence (AI) and, related to that, robotics. It's no surprise that Facebook is increasing its investments into those sectors, both by hiring a handful of top-level computer...
  • Google Cautions EU Decision Could Ruin Android Ecosystem Forcing It To A Paid Model

    Google is in essence in damage control model following a European Union fine imposed on the company totaling $5 billion. The European Commission has called on Google to cease its "illegal conduct" relating to its business operations with the Android operating system "in an effective manner within 90 days of the...
  • Samsung Laughs At iPhone X LTE Speeds And Rips Apple Genius Bar In Galaxy S9 Ad

    Samsung never misses an opportunity to throw some shade at Apple, its main rival in the mobile sector. There is no love lost between these two tech giants, and if anyone needs reminding of that, just check out Samsung's latest advertisement poking fun at the iPhone X. This time it's...
  • AMD, NVIDIA, Oculus And Others Back VirtualLink VR Headset USB-C Connector Open Standard

    There is a new open standard in the realm of virtual reality and it has the backing of some industry heavyweights. including AMD, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Oculus (owned by Facebook), and Valve. All of those companies are part of a consortium that has introduced VirtualLink, and open industry standard that enables...
  • Apple Surrenders Chinese iCloud Data To State-Owned Telecom's Servers

    Apple customers living in China have a new set of privacy concerns to deal with, if they use the iPhone maker's iCloud service. While previously all their iCloud data was stored on servers located in the United States, Apple has agreed to transfer iCloud storage duties in China to a...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks Again In New Press Renders And Real World Photos

    The launch of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9 flagship is just two weeks away, which means that we can expect for leaks to start ramping up as a result. Thankfully, we have two fresh leaks to report on, and they both give us a clearer look at the device in question. The...
  • 2018 MacBook Pro With Intel Core i9 CPU Reportedly Hobbled By Severe Thermal Throttling

    Mac fans were excited when Apple finally rolled out updated MacBook Pro notebooks. The updated machines have support for Intel Coffee Lake processors, up to 32GB of RAM, True Tone displays and tweaked third-generation keyboards. Among the Coffee Lake processor options available is a high-end Core i9 part. A report has...
  • EU To Hit Google With Gargantuan $5 Billion Fine Over Android Abuses

    The European Union is set to hit Google with the largest fine in history over its Android operating system practices. The EU has been working on the case against Google for quite some time and judgment was looming earlier this week, but there was no word on just how large...
  • Spectre variant gives buffer overflow a new twist

    Security researchers Vladimir Kiriansky and Carl Waldspurger have uncovered two buffer-overflow derivatives of the Spectre microprocessor bug. In a paper describing the flaws – dubbed Spectre 1.1 and Spectre 1.2 – the researchers wrote: “We have explored new speculative-execution attacks and defences, focusing primarily on the use of speculative stores...
  • Google braced for giant Android fine from EU

    Google will learn if it faces a record fine over its Android operating system later this morning. The European Commission has claimed the US tech giant's mobile device strategy unfairly strengthened its dominance of search. The regulator can fine the firm up to 10% of its annual revenue - which...

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