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The AI revolution has spawned a new chips arms race

Enlarge / A lot has changed since 1918. But whether it's a literal (like the City of London School athletics' U12 event) or figurative (AI chip development) race, participants still very much want to win. (credit: A. R. Coster/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) For years, the semiconductor world...


AMD’s power-efficient Ryzen 2nd Generation processors get leaked

A fresh leak claims that AMD is preparing to release a pair of new Ryzen 2nd Generation processors, which aim to drive forward on the low power usage front.According to spilled details from motherboard manufacturer ASRock, as highlighted by Wccftech.com,  the power-efficient CPUs in question ar...


Dell Black Friday in July: Deals on laptops, desktops, TVs, and more

It may be the middle of summer, but it's beginning to feel a lot like November. Amazon Prime Day is just around the corner, and last week Dell unveiled its Black Friday in July sales event.Both Dell Home and Dell Small Business are offering Black Friday-esque deals on computers, TVs, and other elect...


Chromebook 'Nocturne' to fix first detachable Chrome laptop's fatal flaw

If you’ve been waiting for 2-in-1 laptop Chromebook models to truly take off, you likely won’t have to wait much longer. New information on a luxury-grade, 2-in-1 Chromebook with a high-resolution screen and backlit keyboard covered has surfaced on the Chromium developer portal.The lates...


Apple’s Shortcuts will flip the switch on Siri’s potential

Matthew Cassinelli Contributor Share on Twitter Matthew Cassinelli is a former member of the Workflow team and works as an independent writer and consultant. He previously worked as a data analyst for VaynerMedia. At WWDC, Apple pitched Shortcu...


The electric aircraft is taking off

Evan Gaj Contributor Evan Gaj is a mechanical engineering graduate from LeHigh University currently on a Fulbright Scholarship in Warsaw studying drones. In 2008, the electric motor vehicle experienced a rebirth triggered by a rise in oil prices. Now in 2018, i...


Satellite startups turn to reinventing broadband, mapping and other industries

Jason Rowley Contributor Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. More posts by this contributor Old VC firms hold entrenched position in fundraising despite fresh entrants The largest buys of tech’s Big Fi...


Elon Musk built a “submarine” to rescue Thailand kids—here’s what it looks like

Scuba divers in Thailand have already rescued four of the 12 boys who have been stranded, along with their coach, in a flooded cave. And they are hoping to rescue the rest in the next couple of days. But in the meantime, Elon Musk has continued working on alternative strategies divers could u...


Miss Classic Shell? Classic Start comes to the rescue

Classic Start is a continuation of the Classic Shell project for Windows; Classic Shell was a popular program for Windows that introduced options to change the Start Menu, Explorer, and other interface elements to classic versions. A user running Windows 10 could enable the classic Windows 7 Start M...


10 best skateboarding games for Android!

Insert obligatory out-of-touch Tony Hawk game reference here. Now that we have that uncomfortably awkward reference out of the way, let’s talk about skateboarding games for Android. There are a few really good ones. However, the vast majority are only okay at best or are other game types with...

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