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Software is Increasingly Complex. That Can Be Dangerous.

Marc Andreessen has said software is eating the world. Maybe it’s not eating the world, but every day, software becomes ever more important for the functioning of the world as we know

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The Snapdragon 845 is Qualcomm’s next flagship processor

It was a busy day in Maui as Qualcomm kicked off this year’s Snapdragon Tech Summit. The San Diego chipmaker announced a two-in-one PC form factor powered by the Snapdragon 835 that has some big name hardware partners like Asus and HP

IISER Kolkata’s compound makes drinking water nearly free of fluoride, metal ions

The compound synthesised by IISER Kolkata researchers can reduce copper, mercury, cadmium and iron content in drinking water to below 2 ppb, which is far below the WHO limit for these metals. After 10 minutes of treatment, the fluoride concentration dropped

Pixel Buds are the coolest thing to come from Google’s event

Google’s event yesterday had an announcement for just about everyone, whether you’re a smartphone enthusiast or maybe just looking for an inexpensive (or really expensive) smart speaker. But after the announcements of everything we were expecting to see, Google had a few last minute accessory announcements that,

The future of iPhone: An iPhone in every size?

Every few years since its inception, the design of Apple’s iPhone tends to go through some major changes. The first three iPhones are all similar to each other; the iPhone 4 brought sharper corners and glass backs; the iPhone 5

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IISER Kolkata’s compound makes drinking water nearly free of fluoride, metal ions

The compound synthesised by IISER Kolkata researchers can reduce copper, mercury, cadmium and iron content in drinking water to below 2 ppb, which is far below the WHO limit for

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Written Review

Pros Rugged design with good grip Flat, bezel-less display Good battery life Cons Possibly inconvenient fingerprint sensor placement Non-customizable physical

Amazon’s AI division is a revolving door of talent for Microsoft and Google

A recently released report shows that Amazon, over the last five years, has been involved in an AI-developer ménage à trois with Google and

Github launches new tools to say when your project’s dependencies get pwned

Github today announced the introduction of more robust security features for its users, which will help developers identify vulnerable dependencies in

iOS 11 is coming out on September 19

Apple is announcing several new iPhones today. But if you already have an iPhone or iPad, chances are you’ll also get something

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Software is Increasingly Complex. That Can Be Dangerous.

Marc Andreessen has said software is eating the world. Maybe it’s not eating the world, but every day, software becomes ever more important for the functioning of the world as we know

Read More

Pixel Buds are the coolest thing to come from Google’s event

Google’s event yesterday had an announcement for just about everyone, whether you’re a smartphone enthusiast or maybe just looking for an inexpensive (or really expensive)

Shell stations in the Philippines will soon offer charging for electric vehicles

Good news for electric vehicles in the Philippines. Shell will be installing 100 electric vehicle fast-charging stations across its service

OLED VS LCD: HOW THE IPHONE X’S DISPLAY CHANGES EVERYTHING

The OLED display Apple is using in its new iPhone X brings several benefits over current LCD technology, but supplies are likely

How will 5G impact big business?

Both businesses and individual consumers are already eagerly awaiting the 5G roll-out somewhere around 2020; existing mobile connections are often

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Google Assistant killed one of my favorite Android features, and now I’m lost

Before Google Assistant took on the task of delivering contextual information on your phone, there was Now on Tap, an on-demand service that searched the web for whatever was on your screen. The

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Oculus Go is VR’s biggest milestone, and its greatest compromise

It’s easy to dismiss Oculus Go. Not unlike Gear VR or Daydream, Go offers the world yet another headset that’s stripped of everything that makes VR so promising. It’s not attention grabbing, certainly isn’t sexy, and it doesn’t offer anything others don’t, at least

If you own an iPhone 7, you absolutely should not buy an iPhone 8

It’s not easy buying an iPhone these days. You have a huge assortment of options, starting with the puny iPhone SE ($350) and going all the way up to the super-powered iPhone X ($1,000). I’m not going to pretend I

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