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Huawei is preparing a major AI hardware push

Huawei is set to roll out a significant AI upgrade across all of its hardware.The company is reportedly currently hard at work on "Project Da Vinci", a major campaign that will bring AI technology to a wide range of its various hardware offerings.According to The Information, AI is set to play a maj...

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Amazon Prime Day begins at 12pm today, prepare for dealmageddon

Amazon Prime Day begins at midday today, with a million Prime deals going live across the world in what will almost certainly be 2018's biggest shopping day this side of Black Friday.Prime Day is actually already live in India and for the first time Australia, so if you want to get a sneak peak as t...

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Dell EMC’s new DP4400 to offer up to 192TB of storage

Dell EMC this week revealed a data protection appliance targeting mid-sized organizations. The newly announced IDPA DP4400 features enterprise-class capabilities for backup, deduplication, replication and recovery.The IDPA DP4400 aims to make data recovery both affordable as well as streamlined, wit...

Android

This week in Android: Samsung Galaxy X renders, Huawei Mate RS review, and more

Another busy week in the Android world is in the books. This week, we showed you some renders on how Samsung’s rumored Galaxy X folding phone could work. We also reviewed the dual-screened TicWatch Pro and Porsche Design Mate RS. A couple things about this upcoming week — Amazon Pr...

Android

OnePlus 6 international giveaway!

Welcome to the Sunday giveaway, where we give away a new Android phone each and every Sunday. A big congratulations to last week’s winners of the Google Pixel 2 and MNML Case giveaway: Jamie F. from Canada, Shiven V. from India, Nik P. from Albania, Albin J. from India, Annabelle F....

Android

You wouldn’t buy a blood diamond, but do you own a conflict phone?

How does your choice of smartphone affect the world? Your phone has a lot of precious stuff in it, and I don’t just mean your amazing photos. Sourcing the materials inside your device is a complex supply chain task: messy, dangerous, and one that often pushes on ethical boundaries. Consider d...

Android

Galaxy S9 killer: Here’s what my perfect smartphone looks like

I’m buying a new smartphone, and even though I’m willing to spend up to a grand to get it, I’ll still have to make compromises. I love the design of the Mate 10 Pro but hate Huawei’s EMUI skin that sits on top of Android. The OnePlus 6 features a superior skin but has that s...

Tech

After indictment, Russian hackers’ lives “changed forever,” ex-ambassador says

Enlarge / US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (C) holds a news conference at the Department of Justice July 13, 2018 in Washington, DC. Rosenstein announced indictments against 12 Russian intelligence agents for hacking computers used by the Democratic National Committee, the Hillary Clinton...

Tech

The downfall of Theranos, from the journalist who made it happen

Enlarge (credit: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Over the last few years, the failed biomedical startup Theranos has become synonymous with some of the worst aspects of Silicon Valley. Through a combination of hubris, mendacity, and paranoid secrecy, the company fooled investors and...

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3D printed guns are now legal… What’s next?

Jon Stokes Contributor Jon Stokes is one of the founders of Ars Technica, an author, and a former Wired editor. He currently hacks ruby at Collective Idea, and runs AllOutdoor.com. More posts by this contributor How President Trump could abuse big data and...


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