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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Score This Sweet Deal On Canon's Rebel T6 Camera And Level-Up Your Photo Game

    If you want to take better photos, the first thing you should do is put in the research, or even take a photography class, to learn things like the rule of thirds and the interaction between ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Once you have a firm grip on the basics...
  • Google Unveils Mini Edge TPU To Enhance Your IoT Devices With AI

    Google is rolling out a couple of new products aimed at helping customers build and deploy intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) devices at scale. One of those products is the Edge TPU (tensor processing unit), a tiny hardware chip designed to muscle through machine learning tasks in IoT gadgets, and...
  • Updated: Where To Pre-Order Arcade 1Up’s ¾-Sized Gloriously Retro Arcade Game Cabinets

    I grew up feeding quarters to arcade machines, which might seem like a foreign concept to gamers who have been raised on Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Back in the day, we had to hike 2 miles in the snow, up hill (both ways!) just for the privilege of playing a...
  • Windows 10 Redstone 5 Now Uses AI To Stop Updates When You Are Working

    One of the most annoying things about Windows 10 is that it often decides to apply updates right when you are in the middle of working. This is typically halfway through a long document or during meeting. A new Windows 10 Redstone 5 build that Microsoft has released to some...
  • Qualcomm To Fork Over $2 Billion In Terminated NXP Semiconductors Deal

    It has been a week of revelations when it comes to Qualcomm. The chipmaker announced during its earnings call that Apple decided against using any Qualcomm modems in its 2018 iPhone line. That is perhaps unsurprising considered the long-running and bitter legal war the two companies have waged. In other news, an...
  • Intel's 9th-gen Core i7 chip specs leak online

    Details of Intel's ninth generation Core i7-9700K processor appear to have leaked on a Chinese forum, before quickly getting redacted, suggesting the chipmaker won't be providing hyper-threading technology on its new piece of kit. Hyper-threading technology (HTT) is used on some Intel microprocessors to allow a single chip to act...
  • Google brings machine learning data processing to IoT edge environments

    Google is bringing its internet of things (IoT) data processing capabilities to edge environments to accommodate enterprises that are unable to rely on cloud for latency or regulatory purposes. On the second day of the Google Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco, Google revealed how it intends to bring...
  • Qualcomm Confirms 2018 iPhones Will Exclusively Use Intel Modems

    It appears that the legal brouhaha between Apple and Qualcomm has gone thermonuclear. We knew that Apple was angling to rid itself of Qualcomm chips in its future iPhones, but it appears that the switchover will indeed happen this year. Qualcomm confirmed the breakup during its fiscal Q3 2018 earnings...
  • Swann's home security camera recordings could be hijacked

    A popular wireless security camera designed to safeguard businesses and homes was vulnerable to a spying hack. The flaw meant it was possible to hijack video and audio streamed from other people's properties by making a minor tweak to Swann Security's app. Researchers found the problem after the BBC reported...
  • AMD Rides Ryzen To EPYC Quarterly Earnings, The Best In 7 Years

    AMD is flying high on its best quarterly earnings in seven years, bolstered by a 53 percent year-over-year jump in revenue to $1.76 billion in the second quarter of 2018, the company announced just a short while ago. Riding its resurgence from Ryzen and Epyc, AMD posted a profit of...

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