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In the car with Android in the Car

One of the areas that Google talked up regarding Android beyond phones at I/O this year was in vehicles, and Android in the Car was the main way it’s expanding its in-car presence. The expansion of its Android Auto software offers deeper integration with vehicle infotainment and climate control systems, ...

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AMD says it's back to stay

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The launch earlier this year of the first Zen processors was a big step to make AMD relevant again. It demonstrated that the company could produce a competitive CPU design manufactured on an advanced process. But AMD knows it needs to do more to win back business from Intel and ...

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Nintendo is planning a Legend of Zelda mobile game

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Following up on the massive success of Pokémon GO and the, well, slightly less massive success of Super Mario Run, Nintendo is reportedly planning a Legend of Zelda for smartphones for release later this year, or so The Wall St Journal’s sources have it. Details beyond that are scarce; it ...

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Twitter is down for some users

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Twitter seems to be having some technical difficulties this morning, with the network going down for some folks. Down Detector’s live outage map shows Twitter suffering outages in Japan, the UK, and now parts of the East Coast in the United States. Around 2am ET, Twitter’s Support account tweeted that ...

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BT unveils bandwidth on demand under Dynamic Network Services

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(Image: BT) Telecommunications provider BT has taken the wraps off its “bandwidth on demand” offering, enabling customers to turn up and down the speeds they’re using at will under consumption-based pricing. As stage one of BT’s new Dynamic Network Services, which also comprises on-demand virtual services and on-demand software-defined wide-area ...

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​Nvidia makes the case for GPU accelerators

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The rebirth of artificial intelligence over the past five years has led to rapid progress in challenging areas such as computer vision and speech recognition. As computers begin to learn about the world around them, this is in turn opening up new possibilities in fields such as healthcare, transportation and ...

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