124.9 million wearables are expected to have been shipped worldwide by the end of this year. This is based on the latest data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) who suggest if the prediction is correct it will represent an 8.2-percent increase compared to the year before. However, while the number of shipped units for […]
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Google has announced it’s expanding eligibility for its verification process to allow more entities to take greater control of their Knowledge Panel and ensure the information presented is as accurate as it can be. Previously, getting verified on Google was limited to only a few entities although with this latest change Google has now confirmed […]
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The all-new Fire TV Cube vs. the go-to SHIELD TV Things have never been better for those looking to ‘cut the cord’ as there is now more streaming services than ever which either offer access to a range of back catalog content, or live TV, and in some cases, both. So at the software level, […]
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Amazon’s new Fire TV Cube is now officially available to buy. Amazon first announced the Fire TV Cube earlier in June and since then it has been available to pre-order. Although that now changes with units available, in stock, and ready to ship. The Amazon Fire TV Cube costs $119.99 on its own, or it […]
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AT&T’s media and video-based services are to continue with a traditional ad-based revenue model, although those ads might not be served in a traditional manner in the future. This is based on comments provided by AT&T’s Advertising and Analytics CEO, Brian Lesser as part of an interview with CNBC during this year’s Cannes Lions International […]
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LG Electronics has now announced it plans to bring a number of features available in the smart home to hotel rooms. The announcement was made during this year’s Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition & Conference (HITEC) currently underway in Houston, Texas and was designed to showcase upcoming TV sets which will be made available to hotels […]
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YouTube TV has now added STARZ to its network lineup. As a result, customers of Google’s paid-for, live TV streaming service will now be able to tune in to a variety of STARZ-related shows, including Power, American Gods, Outlander, Vida, and Sweetbitter. As the announcement from the entertainment company confirms, the deal with YouTube TV […]
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Samsung is apparently now in the process of developing its own custom GPU which is likely to first make its presence known on “lower tier mobile devices.” This comes from LinkedIn job postings that have now surfaced (first spotted by WinFuture), which clearly state the jobs are related to the creation and development of an in-house GPU. […]
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Facebook’s Global Communications, Marketing and Public Policy Vice President, Elliot Schrage, has confirmed he is leaving the company. Schrage, who has been with Facebook since May, 2008, announced the intention to depart during a lengthy Facebook post. As part of the departure process, Schrage confirmed he will remain with Facebook and head up the search […]
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Researchers, along with the help of select hospitals and medical institutions in France are testing the use of virtual reality (VR) as a means of pain management for those undergoing treatment. With the suggestion VR could be used in the future as a viable and drug-free alternative to how hospitals account for pain relief during […]
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