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  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Build 16199 Brings Emoji Projection And Gaming Enhancements

    Microsoft is well on its way to shaping its second major Windows 10 release for 2017. The Windows 10 Creators Update was released in April, and the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is on track for release… in the fall. After releasing Build 16193 to Windows Insiders last week, Microsoft...
  • Google Home review: AI's silver bullet?

    It would appear that AI is finally, properly, officially here. Between Cortana, Alexa, Siri and Bixby, it seems like every major tech company has their own personal robot helper, and naturally Google is no exception. Google Home is the company's first foray into moving AI technology from our pockets and into...
  • Cloud provider snubs SAN for StorPool hyper-converged infrastructure

    London-based managed services provider Coreix has opted for StorPool software-defined storage in preference to SAN storage. The company has built hyper-converged infrastructure instead, using SuperMicro x86 boxes as a server and storage platform. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant...
  • Qualcomm Intensifies Legal Apple Patent War By Suing iPhone Suppliers

    It seems as though Qualcomm is hoping to put some pressure on Apple to settle a patent infringement lawsuit by going after the companies that supply components for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices. The savvy legal maneuver brings Foxconn into the fight, which is Apple's largest supplier of iPhones and...
  • Intel Kills Rumors Of ‘Confirmed’ GPU Licensing Agreement With AMD

    When is a confirmation not really a confirmation? The answer: when it originates from a rumor site rather than a company official. In case anyone needed another lessen in this, Intel has broke its silence and is flat out denying rumors that it inked a licensing deal with AMD for...
  • Synaptics Boldly Hacks Vulnerable Fingerprint Sensors To Underscore Need For End-To-End Encryption

    We took part in an interesting demo this week that was both eye-opening and somewhat alarming. We met with representatives from Synaptics to discuss what we thought would be its latest sensor technology or HCI device, but were treated to a real-world hacking display that would leave most people slack-jawed...
  • Google Cloud Tensor Processing Units Offer New Gen AI Training With Supercomputer Muscle

    Stop and think for a moment how much of the Internet is powered by Google. Many of you reading this have at least one Gmail account, if not several, and for many people Google is the go-to search engine. It is pretty amazing when you think about it, and even...
  • Nintendo Switch Takes Title As Best-Selling Console In April

    Several weeks after launch, the Nintendo Switch continues to fly off store shelves just as fast as employees can stock them. And that is not because Nintendo is intentionally shortchanging vendors with inventory, as one of the conspiracy theories goes. According to NPD Group, the Switch outsold the Xbox One...
  • Electoral Commission wants powers to tackle election meddling from abroad

    A probe into the political use of private data has been opened by the information commissioner. Elizabeth Denham announced the review amid concerns over allegations involving an analytics firm linked to a Brexit campaign. It follows calls for an investigation into claims that Leave.EU had not declared the role of...
  • India's Zomato says data from 17 million users stolen

    Global restaurant guide Zomato says hackers have stolen data on about 17 million users. The Indian firm, which uses a digital platform to provide information, said the breach includes swathes of personal information, including email addresses and hashed passwords. Payment-related information is safe as it was stored separately, Zomato said...

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