|Samsung has announced that it is buying Artificial Intelligence company Zhilabs, the company is know for its AI based network and service analytics. Samsung has said that Zhilabs will continue to operate independently under its own management and Samsung is hoping to use the technology in its new 5G offerings. Samsung Electronics today announced its […]|
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|As well as the new Huawei Mate 20 the company also announced their latest smartwatch, the Huawei Watch GT. The Huawei Watch GT which comes with a 1.39 inch AMOLED display that features a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. The device doesn’t come with Google’s wear OS instead it comes with Huawei’s own Lite […]|
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|Adafruit has today announced the release of the new CircuitPython 4.0.0 Alpha 2 offering an early look at the latest major revision of CircuitPython and bringing with it support for the nRF52840 BLE chipset, display support and translated messages and is stable to use. Adafruit explains more “This is alpha release number 2 of 4.0.0. […]|
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|Amazon has announced the launch of an all new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, the device is designed to be waterproof and it features double the storage of the previous model. The update Amazon Kindle Paperwhite will retail for $129.99 and it will start shipping from the 7th of November 2018. “Customers love the Kindle Paperwhite, and […]|
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|It is been revealed today that Intel and Rolls-Royce have teamed up to build large autonomous cargo vessels that will rely on Intel technology to navigate the oceans without human crews on board. To accomplish this Intel will be providing access to their Field Programmable Gate Array technology, enabling Rolls-Royce solve design challenges and provide […]|
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|If you are interested in learning more about the NVIDIA Turing technology and what you can expect from the performance of the new graphics technology. You’ll be interested to know that NVIDIA has today released comparison benchmarks for its new AI-accelerated DLSS technology. Deep Learning Super Sampling, or DLSS, allows Turing to generate some pixels […]|
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|During this years Adobe Max 2018, Adobe has launched a new video editing application called Premiere Rush CC, which has been designed specifically for YouTubers and those who would like to publish video to the web without needing to get involved with more advanced desktop video editing applications such as Adobe’s Premier. The new Premiere […]|
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|To celebrate the Red Bull Music Academy’s 20th edition, the company has joined forces with the Berlin-based creative studio Neulant van Exel to build the world’s largest step sequencer outside Berlin nightclub Tresor. The RBMA-20 step sequencer took 30 technicians five weeks to assemble and Red Bull says it is the largest fully functional drum […]|
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|Boston Dynamics have now started field testing their awesome Spot robot for commercial usage and the robot is now capable of autonomously navigating construction sites. Watch the 2 minute demonstration video below to see what the Spot robot has been up to since its last demonstration. The Spot robot is currently being trialled on construction […]|
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|Facebook has been dealing with Fake news on its platform for some time and now the company has announced that it has removed more that 800 accounts and pages that were spamming people with political messages. The social network has been trying for some time to sort these types of accounts out on its platform […]|
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