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Samsung Bixby AI

Bixby AI Assistants from Samsung officially announced

Today Samsung unveiled its Bixby AI assistants for phones and other devices. Bixby will launch with upcoming Samsung S8 smartphone. Bixby will be implemented in the...
Google Android OS

Android 8.0 O features expected to include picture-in-picture mode, Copy Less and more

Google Android 8.0 or Android O may get an official announcement at Google’s I/O developer conference in May. Android O version will add Finger...
PlayStation Now

PS4 Games Streaming to PlayStation Now on Windows PC are coming

Today, Sony announced that PlayStation Now will soon include PlayStation 4 games. Now, PS4 and PC owners with PlayStation Now subscription will have access...
NVIDIA Jetson TX2 IoT

NVIDIA Jetson TX2 IoT System launched

NVIDIA Jetson TX2 IoT system officially announced today. The new NVIDIA Jetson TX2 IoT system is a credit card-sized platform that delivers AI computing...
Qualcomm Snapdragon processors adding Windows 10 support

Microsoft Windows Server will support ARM Server Chips

Microsoft Windows Server will work with chips based on ARM. According to reports, the company has developed a Windows Server version using ARM processors,...
AMD Zen processors

AMD Naples Server Processor with 32-core and 8 memory channels details

AMD will soon release info on their upcoming server processor, codenamed "Naples". The new AMD Naples server processor features up to 32 cores.The new...
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti launched as world’s fastest gaming GPU for $699

Nvidia has launched GeForce GTX 1080 Ti gaming graphic card for $699. According to the company, its new card is world's fastest gaming gpu...

U.S. Cellular Total Plans announced with unlimited option with No Hidden Fees

U.S. Cellular Total Plans announced with an unlimited option with No Hidden Fees. U.S. Cellular Total Plans has no activation fees, no monthly device connection...

Intel Atom C3000 Processors for NAS and IoT announced

Intel has officially announced it Atom C3000 Processors. The new processor lineup will target small form factor servers, NAS units and the IoT (Internet...
WiFi 802.11ay will support 176 Gb/s data speed

WiFi 802.11ay will support 176 Gb/s data speed

IEEE 802.11ay specification is now out. The upcoming Wifi 802.11ay will be an improvement over 802.11ad. According to new specs, WiFi will able to...