Friday , October 20 2017

Update: The Nvidia Shield TV sans gamepad is now available for just $179

Update (10/19/17): The time has come and you can pick up your Nvidia Shield TV bundle for just $179. Even though you won’t be getting the gamepad with this bundle, you still will be able to play some games with just the remote. In fact, there are a number of …

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Here’s how Portrait Mode works on the Google Pixel 2

Google’s recently-announced Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL can mimic DSLR’s depth-of-field effects despite having only one camera on the back. But how? Editor’s Pick Google Pixel 2 XL unboxing and first impressions Google is fast becoming an AI-first company, and to really put AI at the core of the …

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Nokia 7 is officially announced: Will “Bothies” finally become a thing?

The newly-announced Nokia 7 comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p screen, 3,000 mAh battery, and a 16-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture. Editor’s Pick Nokia 9 with curved glass display and dual rear cameras leaks HMD Global has launched four Nokia branded smartphones already this year, the latest of which, the Nokia …

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Certified Ethical Hacker kit for only $45

Did you know that ethical hackers currently command salaries of $100,000 or more? As more and more of our lives take place online, the need for security experts has risen faster than anyone could have anticipated. Multi-billion dollar companies are now finding themselves desperate for hacking experts, and smaller businesses …

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The Android One Moto X4 is being delayed due to a production issue (Update: shipping now)

Update (10/18): It looks like the Moto X4 for Project Fi is shipping now. We’ve just received an email from one of our readers claiming that their Project Fi Moto X4 has shipped. That doesn’t necessarily mean all of the delayed devices are ready for shipping, but it is a …

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Samsung and Google team up on augmented reality with ARCore

Samsung is having a pretty big day. We already told you about its announcements regarding Bixby and Project Ambience and how it will unite its Internet of Things platforms. But, Samsung wasn’t done making headlines yet. It also announced a formal partnership with Google to bring the ARCore framework to …

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13 things you didn’t know you could do with Google Home and Chromecast

Looking to buy one of the new Google Home smart speakers or a Chromecast, or just want to make the most of one you already own? Here’s a list of the best hidden features for these little smart home products. > What is Google Assistant and what products use it? …

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Samsung’s advanced 8nm LPP process node is now ready for production

Samsung has announced that it has completed qualification on its 8-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology, 8LPP (Low Power Plus), paving the way for it to start mass producing the node. The South Korean tech giant delivered the news in a press release earlier today, stating that the new technology uses up to …

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The Moto Smart Speaker puts Alexa on the back of Moto Z smartphones

Motorola has done an excellent job supporting the modular functionality of its Moto Z lineup. When it was announced last year, Motorola promised this wasn’t a flash in the pan and it would be supporting the standard for years to come and would bring out many of its own mods. …

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Pixel Visual Core: A closer look at the Pixel 2’s hidden chip

Yesterday it was revealed that Google’s new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL come packing a hidden and not yet activated Pixel Visual Core chip. According to Google, the secondary chip is designed to compile HDR+ images 5x faster while consuming just 1/10th of the power compared with running on …

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