The future of technology is interconnectivity-focused software solutions and A.I. providing a centralized hub for all of the technology that consumers want. That’s according to Andy Rubin, Founder and CEO at Essential and the creator of the Android ecosystem, who recently spoke with Time about his own vision on the matter. More to the point, […]
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Verizon is now rolling out an update to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge that fixes the BlueBorne vulnerability. The carrier did not explicitly state in its release note if it is deploying the September 2017 Android security patch, which should already resolve the BlueBorne vulnerability for all Android devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Android […]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made some recent moves that indicate that he could be running for the office of President of the United States of America in the near future, but he has since publicly refuted such rumors. Zuckerberg did concede that some of his recent actions in the public eye could seem political […]
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A new partnership has been revealed between BlackBerry Limited and Delphi Automotive PLC to create autonomous vehicle software environments. The announcement came from BlackBerry directly on September 20 and the deal will see both companies cooperating to advance the underlying systems used by A.I. drivers. Specifically, the focus will be on making Delphi’s Centralized Sensing […]
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Razer has confirmed that a mobile device for gamers is coming after Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan spoke to CNBC in a recent interview, stating that it hopes the device will be out by the end of 2017. Razer’s hopes for an end-of-year launch are likely echoed by legions of Razer advocates – the millions of […]
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The next flagship from HTC that the company confirmed it’s developing earlier today isn’t the U12 but U11 Plus, according to the latest reports from China which were also reiterated in France several hours back. The device in question is said to be codenamed “Ocean Master” and be the first relatively bezel-less mobile offering from […]
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Bose on Thursday officially announced the QuietComfort 35 II, a pair of wireless headphone compatible with the Google Assistant. The industry-first product has been rumored about for several months now but wasn’t expected to be launched until tomorrow, with Bose now unveiling it as a direct successor to the original QuietComfort 35 headphones. The two […]
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Samsung India is expecting to strengthen its presence in the smartphone market of the South Asian country, as recently revealed by Samsung Electronics SVP of Marketing Mohammad Asim Warsi. In an address to the media given earlier this week, the company’s senior executive said that the tech giant isn’t interested in resting on its laurels and […]
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There’s a new project from developer Chainfire that should make at least one major problem associated with flashing a stock image through fastboot disappear. In fact, “firmware.mobi,” as the project is currently called, seems to be aimed at becoming a one-stop shop for stock firmware for as many Android devices as possible. Thanks to the […]
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The Android 8.0 Oreo factory image for the Nexus Player is now available on Google’s Developer website, several weeks after the factory images of other Nexus and Pixel-branded devices were released. This factory image also includes the September 2017 Android security patch, and the new software build can be identified through the version number OPR6.170623.021. […]
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