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For years, Google and a number of other companies have been frank about their self-driving car efforts. Apple has yet to reveal whether rumors of an iCar are for real, but new evidence suggests.
So far we've seen the benefits of the first generation of connected cars with features such as streaming music and local search. But even greater possibilities are in vehicles communicating with other cloud-connected "things" .
Apple unveiled the next-generation iPhone, iPhone 5s along with the new iPhone 5c at a special event on Tuesday. The iPhone 5s is a much improvised version of the iPhone 5 with new internals, although it sports almost the same design.
Apple has used a busy, action-packed event in San Francisco to show off its new iPhone 6S with 3D Touch display and new Rose Gold model.
BERLIN—This IFA show has been huge for Lenovo. Along with its phablets, tablets, and laptops, Motorola's owner today unveiled three new Lenovo-branded phones..
Sony today unveiled two new midrange Android 5.0 smartphones aimed at mobile photographers.a value-for-money series of smartphones from the Samsung Galaxy family.
Not everyone can afford the new flagship Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy cutting-edge technology in your smartphone.
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Wireless standards tend to get proposed, drafted, and finally accepted at what seems like a glacial pace. It’s been roughly 17 years since we began to see the first 802.11b wireless routers and laptops. In the intervening time, we’ve only seen three more mainstream standards take hold since then: 802.11g, 802.11n, and now 802.11ac. (I’m leaving out some lesser-used ones like 802.11a for the purposes of this story.). The easiest way to think of 802.11ax is to start with 802.11ac — which allows for up to four different spatial streams (MIMO) — and then to massively increase the spectral efficiency.
Most of the security flaws and problems that get attention in the community are fundamentally software-based. It’s not impossible to find a hardware bug.
TSMC announced this week that it’s ramping up 16nmFF production at speed, and expects a smooth volume ramp through the next few months. .
The tech world has finally coalesced around a charging standard, after years of proprietary adapters and ugly wall wart power supplies. Well, sort of.
Each time a new, higher-resolution sensor is introduced, there is speculation that we’ve reached the theoretical limit of what is possible with today’s technology. As pixels get smaller, image quality suffers. In particular, smaller pixels mean a lower native ISO, and in turn a decrease in low-light image quality. Small pixels also start to be effected by the diffraction of light as it passes through the camera’s aperture. Pushing these two constraints to the limit, Canon has created a stunning 250-megapixel sensor prototype that could be used in a DSLR.
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Two major pieces of AMD news have crossed the wire today, and both could be good news for the struggling chip company. First, AMD is announcing a major reorganization of its graphics.