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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Tesla Files Patents For Neural AI Chip That Will Drive Its Autopilot Hardware 3.0

    The release of Tesla’s Autopilot Hardware 3.0 is just around the corner and the automotive firm has made a number of significant changes with this upgrade. A series of recent patents have confirmed that Tesla will utilize a new artificial intelligence chip, or “neural net accelerator”. This will replace the...
  • New Apple iPad Minis And iPod Touch Found Lurking In iOS 12.2 Beta Code

    Apple fans love rumors, and one of the best places to find hints of upcoming hardware is within new developer versions of iOS. The iOS 12.2 beta is currently available and one developer dug into the code looking for references to future products. Not surprisingly, iOS developer/guru Steven Troughton-Smith found references...
  • Amazon Recruits Harrison Ford And Other Celebs For Top Secret Super Bowl LIII Ads

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  • Android Q Exposed: What We Know About Google's Next Mobile OS

    If Google sticks to its past release cadence, we can expect the company to announce a developer preview of Android Q, the next major version of its mobile operating system, in March, followed by a public beta a couple of months later at its Google I/O convention. As those time...
  • The airport that welcomes drone flights

    A crowd has gathered on Juma, an island in Tanzania's Lake Victoria, the world's second largest freshwater lake. The local people are standing behind makeshift nets which cordon off an area where a small group of engineers are consulting laptops and smartphones. Along with representatives from organisations such as the...
  • 5G Wireless And What It Means For You, Sans Marketing Power Plays

    We have a lot to look forward to with 5G wireless technology, which is the successor to current generation 4G LTE networks deployed by America's four major wireless carriers. Carriers are promising a lot with their 5G rollouts, with AT&T and Verizon jumping the gun with limited 5G network availability...
  • PUBG Lite Is The Free-to-Play Counter Assault On Fortnite's Gaming Dominance

    For a long while, PUBG or PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was the top game out there, but that success was short-lived. When Epic Games launched Fortnite, that game quickly consumed the souls of gamers and cost PUBG half its player base in short order. PUBG is normally a paid game, and players...
  • Nintendo President Casts Doubt On Switch Price Cuts Or Hardware Refresh

    There is little doubt that the Nintendo Switch has been a huge success. Many people are hoping to get their hands on a discounted console or itching to see how Nintendo will update the Switch. However, it appears that for the time being, fans should not expect any major changes...
  • Facebook Is Bringing Encrypted Cross-Messaging To Instagram, WhatsApp And Messenger

    Facebook currently fosters three popular platforms that are [for the most part] distinct from its eponymous social network: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram. All three platforms feature their own respective messaging component; Instagram users, for instance, can't use the app to contact users on WhatsApp. That will all change in...
  • Metro Prime 4 For Nintendo Switch Gets A Developer Reboot With Retro Studios

    In a surprise announcement, Nintendo's senior managing executive officer, Shinya Takahashi, said the company has decided to scrap the current development of Metroid Prime 4 for the Nintendo Switch, and start over from scratch. That means the game is no where near complete, despite being announced all the way back...

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