Microsoft fans are probably aware that the company recently announced a hardware event for October 26. While this is good news since we're certainly going to find out more about Microsoft's plans in the mobile and gaming industry, there won't be anything to see at the event when it comes to smartphones.
In order to fine-tune algorithms that recognize and predict patterns in data, you need to feed them massive amounts of already-tagged information to test and learn from. For researchers, that's where two recently-released archives from Google will come in.
At IFA in Berlin today, Acer announced its new Chromebook R13 model, which boasts both a touchscreen and a foldable design. Notably, this is the first 13-inch convertible Chromebook, which is sure to please those who have been waiting for a larger display size touchscreen.
Google has long infused its hugely influential search results with information about current sports events, but in the case of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games the Mountain View company has decided to take the game to the next level.
The 2016 Rio Olympics are just a week away, so whether you like it or not the bulk of the sports conversation will shift to the games over the next couple of weeks. Here is a quick cheat sheet to Rio that will help you sound like you know what you're talking about at the water cooler, during an Olympics party or when you're trolling the athletes on social media.
OPPO looks to have something major planned for this year’s Mobile World Congress, as the Chinese electronics manufacturer is set to unveil some breakthrough technology at the event. Specifically, technologies related to power and smartphone cameras.
According to several sources, the Catholic Church Pope, Pope Francis, is meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook today for a private discussion. The exact agenda for the meeting is unknown, but ‘Signor Timothy Donald Cook’ is booked in for 11.30 as shown in the photo. The meetup is likely related to visits the Pope has been receiving from other tech giants. Francis met Eric Schmidt, Alphabet (Google’s) chairman last week. It could just be a cordial exchange of greetings
Samsung Electronics has a lot to be proud of after earning over 100 awards at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016. Some of the key areas where Samsung made its presence felt this year include Home Entertainment, Home Appliances, Mobile and the Internet of Things which Samsung is going to put a heavy emphasis onthis year.
The Socket and the rest of the iDevices gadgets work well on their own. None requires a hub, keeping the barrier to entry low, and they scale easily both with other iDevices gadgets and with any HomeKit devices