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Intel now faces a fight for its future

Intel now faces a fight for its future

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Intel is facing a turning point in its nearly 50-year history. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned yesterday, following an ongoing investigation into a past consensual relationship with an Intel employee that violated the company’s non-fraternization policy. It’s a surprise end for Krzanich, who first joined Intel more than 35 years ago, and spent most of […]

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The top 8 Chinese phones

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Innovative, attractive, and straight-up desirable Continue reading…

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Microsoft matches Google Lens with AI-powered visual search for Bing

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Microsoft has launched a new “visual search” function for Bing which lets users snap a picture of something with their phone to search for it online. The feature looks very similar to Google Lens and offerings we’ve seen from third-parties, leveraging the power of AI to perform quick and accurate object recognition on photos. The […]

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Amazon employees protest sale of facial recognition software to police

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Workers at Amazon have demanded that their employer stop the sale of facial recognition software and other services to the US government. In a letter addressed to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and posted on the company’s internal wiki, employees said that they “refuse to contribute to tools that violate human rights,” citing the mistreatment of […]

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YouTube will now let creators play pre-recorded videos during live streams

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YouTube announced several new features out of VidCon today that will shake up the way mid-sized creators monetize. In particular, it announced a Premieres feature, which will let creators pre-record videos for their live streams. This allows creators to focus on things like answering live chat questions while the pre-recorded video is playing. The platform […]

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How YouTube creators are using the platform’s new Patreon-like subscriptions

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YouTube has announced new features at its VidCon conference today that give creators additional ways to earn money on the platform. Most notably, YouTube is expanding a program over the next few weeks that lets creators and channel owners start their own fan clubs, where membership costs $4.99 to join and fans can pay for […]

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GarageBand’s new update includes 1,000 new loops and makes Artist Lessons free

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Apple has announced a new update to music-making app GarageBand that adds loads of new sounds, loops, and instruments. As part of the update, Artist Lessons, which were previously $4.99 each, will now be free and included as part of Basic Lessons within the app. As part of GarageBand 10.3, the app is introducing two […]

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Amazon adds two new Motorola phones to its Prime Exclusive lineup

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Amazon is adding two more phones to its Prime Exclusive collection today, with the announcement of the Moto G6 Play and Moto Z3 Play. Both devices will come with Alexa as the default voice assistant. The G6 Play and Z3 Play will both be available unlocked so you can use them on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, […]

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Here’s why Fortnite shopping carts are giving Epic Games such a big headache

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One of Fortnite’s biggest draws is that it’s constantly updated with new things, like limited-time events or fancy weapons. While the steady drip of tweaks and additions help keep Fortnite fresh, it’s hard to predict how all these different elements will interact with one another. Lately, players have been exploiting a Fortnite vehicle in a […]

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Shuttle Shows Off Coffee Lake-Powered Barebones Mini PCs

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Shuttle is largely considered to be the farther of the modern barebones mini PC market, as the company was the first to mass produce such products in the early 2000s. Nowadays Shuttle has numerous rivals and its positions are not as strong as they used to be. Meanwhile Shuttle is gradually recovering ground by developing […]

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