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Qualcomm introduces Snapdragon 845 with improved photos, AI processing

Jessica Dolcourt/CNET Qualcomm on Wednesday announced the Snapdragon 845, its next-generation mobile processor headed to 2018 high-end flagship smartphones. New features including 4K HDR video capture, better battery life, and improved AI processing were revealed by Qualcomm at its second annual tech summit in Hawaii. Qualcomm revealed the Snapdragon 845 ...

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Black Friday And Cyber Monday, Most Awaited Days For Shopping Lovers And Retailers Infographic

There’s no denying that Black Friday and Cyber Monday have changed retail, from both the retailers’ and clients’ viewpoints. Feebleness to get associated with offering cut regard offers and rebates can impact the retailer to leave behind a noteworthy open door custom to their foes yet engineering is required to ...

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Qualcomm: Mesh networking is the future of smart homes

Home broadband services are on the cusp of change and mesh networking is needed to push the industry forward, according to Qualcomm. Research firm Gartner predicts that 8.4 billion connected “Things” will be in use in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016. Following from this, GMSA report “The Impact of ...

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​Google Home and Amazon Echo hit by big bad Bluetooth flaws

Video: Google’s tech to woo Bluetooth device makers Google and Amazon have rolled out patches for their respective smart home speakers, Home and Echo, to plug the widespread Bluetooth flaws known as BlueBorne. BlueBorne, a set of eight Bluetooth flaws, was already known to affect billions of phones and computers ...

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​Comcast internet hiccups reported across the US

Video: The Internet of Things must be future-proofed If you thought something was wrong today with your Comcast internet service or its consumer Xfinity internet, you were right. At 1:23 pm EST, Comcast’s internet began failing. As the website Down Detector, showed, Comcast was down on the East and West ...

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Google reduces Cloud latency with updated Andromeda SDN stack

Video: Moving to the cloud? There’s more than Amazon, Microsoft, and Google Google on Wednesday took the wraps off latest version of its Andromeda, the a software-defined network (SDN) stack that underpins the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With this release, packets on the network are able to securely bypass the ...

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T-Mobile, Sprint call it quits on merger talks

T-Mobile and Sprint won’t be merging after all. The companies said Saturday in a statement that they have ceased merger talks because they “were unable to find mutually agreeable terms.” T-Mobile and Sprint have been rumored to be merger partners for years. The latest round of talks got so close ...

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