Tag: technology

Data Science

Big Data Trends in 2019

November 20, 2018

Via: DataVersity

The accessibility of data has provided a new generation of technology and has shifted the business focus towards data-driven decision making. Big Data Analytics is now an established part of gathering Business Intelligence. Many businesses, particularly those online, consider Big […]

Mobile, Tablets

Xiaomi Bamboo Slate is a New Tablet That Digitizes Paper Content, Priced at Just $115

November 15, 2018

Via: Tablet News

Xiaomi has just started selling the Bamboo Slate device, a new tablet, that’s able to digitize paper content. It’s priced at just $115 and it comes with WACOM technology. Users can find it on Amazon and the official Youpin Store. […]

Computing, Hardware

Intel announces the Neural Compute Stick 2 for deep learning acceleration

November 14, 2018

Via: TechSpot

Creating software that relies on AI for decision making is quite difficult if there is not a way to simulate and test a system locally. Intel’s Neural Compute Stick allows developers to perform rapid prototyping in a controlled environment so […]

Internet, Online entertainment

YouTube VR launches today for the Oculus Go

November 12, 2018

Via: The Verge

YouTube is launching its virtual reality app on the Oculus Go mobile VR headset today, after announcing its plans in September. The app will be available in the Oculus Store, joining similar apps for Samsung Gear VR, Sony PlayStation VR, […]

Computing, Hardware

PowerColor Radeon RX 590 outed as AMD’s next graphics card

October 25, 2018

Via: Techradar

AMD’s next graphics card is almost certain to be the Radeon RX 590, and we may have our first official piece of proof of its existence. PowerColor, a third-party Taiwanese graphics card manufacturer, seems to be readying the release of […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Samsung launches HMD Odyssey VR+ with Anti-Screen Door Effect

October 23, 2018

Via: GSM Arena

Last year Samsung introduced its mixed reality headset called HMD Odyssey VR and a year later the company brought an update. The new iteration comes with some hardware improvements, aimed at making the usage more comfortable – the main one […]

Computing, Hardware

Dell Debuts New Latitude Rugged Laptops With Weather Resilience, Hot Swap Batteries

October 23, 2018

Via: TabletNews

Dell debuted new products part of its Latitude series, this time a series of rugged laptops, that are ready to take a beating. They can take tough weather, extreme heat, cold and even some rough contacts, plus they have hot […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Should I buy an Oculus Go?

October 22, 2018

Via: Techradar

Oculus, owned by Facebook, is one of the biggest names in home virtual reality technology, and for good reason. Despite being among the most affordable options on the market, its headsets make no compromises; all are well built and easy […]

Mobile, Mobile Apps, Smartphones

OnePlus 6T to arrive with new Night Mode for low-light photography

October 17, 2018

Via: Phone Arena

Despite the OnePlus 6T being almost identical to the original OnePlus 6 when it comes to internal characteristics, it will bring a few new features to the table such as a larger battery, an in-display fingerprint scanner and now, according […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Huawei unveils Watch GT and Band 3 Pro smart wearables

October 16, 2018

Via: GSM Arena

Huawei’s big October event brought us more than just phones. The Chinese maker has a brand new smartwatch called Huawei Watch GT that packs the promise of great battery life and all the activity tracking you’d need. Based on Huawei’s […]