Apple recently launched its 4K compatible Apple TV set-top box. The company announced at the event that it was adding 4K content to the iTunes Store for the same price as HD content. It was also going to upgrade all previously purchased HD movies to 4K for free so that customers could stream them in gorgeous 4K HDR. It appears that Amazon has now responded to Apple’s move by cutting prices on the 4K content it offers through Amazon Video.
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We’ve been hearing reports recently that GoPro has a new action camera in the pipeline. Several leaks have revealed details about this new camera which will be called the GoPro Hero6 Black. The company today confirmed when it’s going to officially launch its new action camera. The GoPro Hero6 Black is going to be officially launched later this month at an event in San Francisco, California.
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Apple previously relied on Bing to deliver web search results from Siri and Spotlight on iOS and Mac. However, the company today confirmed that it’s replacing Bing with Google for search results on iOS and Spotlight on Mac. Users will now get Google results instead of Bing if Siri falls back to a web search in response to a voice command.
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It was reported recently that HP was thinking about ending sales of its Windows-powered productivity behemoth the Elite x3 in November this year. The report didn’t take many by surprise as there has been a general lack of interest from partners to build Windows 10 Mobile-powered devices. However, HP isn’t giving up on the Elite x3 just yet.
Read full post →HP Elite x3 Sales Won’t End Until 2019

Announced earlier this year at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference event, Apple today released the macOS High Sierra update to all compatible devices across the globe. Like previous updates before it, macOS High Sierra is available as a free download from the Mac App Store. Don’t expect a major redesign or anything as some of the biggest changes have been made under the hood.
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Samsung is reportedly conducting research and development for its future chips that are going to feature dedicated cores for processing artificial intelligence-related data. It’s not surprising given that AI is increasingly making inroads on mobile devices and manufacturers are stepping up to the challenge of providing adequate processing power for AI-related data to be processed properly.
Read full post →Future Samsung Chips Might Have Dedicated Cores For AI Data Processing

Google and Levi’s announced a partnership over a year ago. The companies were working on something based on Google’s Project Jacquard. It’s a jacket that looks like any other jacket but it does have a few tricks up its sleeve, literally. This Levi’s jacket actually has a smart sleeve. The Project Jacquard jacket is now finally available for purchase.
Read full post →Google’s Project Jacquard Levi’s Jacket Finally Goes On Sale

It was reported recently that the iPhone X final production had yet to begin. A new report today claims that Apple is being cautious with iPhone X production before pre-orders begin. It won’t start taking pre-orders for the iPhone X for over a month. It’s said to be very conservative with the production of its new flagship smartphone.
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Instagram is marching on its way to become a service that boasts one billion users. The Facebook-owned service today announced that it now has 800 million users across the globe. It has added another 100 million monthly users since April 2017. The figures were shared at an Advertising Week event in New York City by Carolyn Everson, vice president of global marketing solutions at Facebook.
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There has been a lot of talk about whether or not the spread of fake news and disinformation on Facebook influenced the 2016 presidential election. It’s an idea that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has dismissed as being “crazy.” According to a new report, former President Barack Obama told Zuckerberg at one point in time to take the threat of fake news seriously.
Read full post →Obama Warned Zuckerberg To Take Fake News Threat ‘Seriously’