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Amazon Echo Flex Is Getting A New Smart Clock Accessory

By Rosie Marcotte / August 14, 2020

Amazon is expanding its lineup of Echo Flex accessories with a new Smart Clock attachment, which then adheres to the USB port on the base of the intelligent speaker, including a screen to observe the present time or how long is left on a timer. The downside is the Echo Flex supports one attachment simultaneously, […]


Microsoft Might Want Its TikTok Deal To Cover The Whole World

By Hallie Edwards / August 13, 2020

Splitting the app off from ByteDance might take far longer than that, though, with one person notification FT it might take as many as eight years. Deadline to separate the app and address any security TikTok’s existence in the US, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. It is a complex purchase that could lead to a […]


Microsoft Signals Renewed Interest In Windows With Latest Reshuffle

By Arthur Louis / August 13, 2020

Across the OS and reliability with the monthly and of all the company Microsoft’s focus on growing Windows and Surface is a fantastic sign for Windows users. Microsoft’s midsize company Keeps Growing Concerning earnings, Microsoft’s Windows team under Panay will nevertheless work An internal memo from Panos Panay that goes into detail On the changes. […]


AMD New Patent Is An Awkward Copy Of Intel Lakefield Architecture

By Alvin Humerez / August 12, 2020

The Lakefield architecture of intel does roughly the same thing. Various architectures are optimized for different purposes. In this case, AMD wants to create a more power-efficient laptop CPU/APU without sacrificing features. A brand new patent filed by AMD suggests they’re considering following Intel and Arm down the hybrid calculating path. The octa-core chips used […]


Intel To Launch Next-Gen 10nm CPU Tiger Lake On 2nd September

By Sharon Bryant / August 12, 2020

The lineup will arrive in three flavours which would comprise Tiger Lake-H, Tiger Lake-U, and Tiger Lake-Y. Pre-Launch Architectural Presentations Additionally Performed From The Coming Weeks Tiger Lake CPUs will completely support AVX2 & AVX-512 directions and will come with an asymmetrical 48/32 KB L1 cache. Tiger Lake-H CPUs would also feature Two-Level Memory (2LM) […]


Google Just Discontinued The Pixel 4 And 4 XL

By Rosie Marcotte / August 11, 2020

For men and women that are still interested in buying Pixel 4 [and] 4 XL, the product can be found from some partners while supplies last. The same as all Pixel devices, Pixel 4 will probably continue to get software and security updates for at least three years from when the device became available on […]


Huawei For The First Time Sold More Phones Than Samsung Or Apple

By Hallie Edwards / August 11, 2020

The Chinese seller’s phones out China no longer offer Google services due to this transaction U.S. ban, and that may potentially wipe out that remaining quarter of its enterprise. Canalys claims at 55.8 million units, Huawei sent roughly 2 million. On top of this, Apple’s more competitive push through affordable phones such as the iPhone […]


Qualcomm Insist US To Sell Chips For Huawei Phones

By Arthur Louis / August 10, 2020

It May be deemed inconsistent when Can be a”rapid change in 5G chipset market share” if Qualcomm is restricted while its overseas competitors aren’t, Qualcomm said. Xilinx. Qualcomm is attempting a feat that is unrealistic. Even Get exceptions into the US ban Micron and There The business has not been shy about wanting Huawei’s business. […]


Toshiba Just Quit The PC Business

By Alvin Humerez / August 10, 2020

Toshiba was the first company to deliver a laptop PC to the market in 1985, known as the T1100. Today, decades later, the company that played an essential role in cellular computing is currently leaving behind the PC business. Sharp, which operates under the Foxconn conglomerate umbrella, would use the majority stake as a foothold. […]

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