Needham & Company analyst Laura Martin estimates that the Pokémon GO craze can help Apple generate US$3 billion in revenue over the next one to two years.
The RazerGo chat app allows players to talk to each other on a local, regional, or even global scale. The web version is already live, and the app should be available to download on iOS and Android in the coming days.
Google's acquisition of the DeepMind AI is starting to pay for itself. According to a report on Bloomberg, DeepMind has been able to cut electricity use at Google's data centers by "several percentage points" thanks to its extra-efficient use of equipment.
Latest news of Pokémon GO going around the interwebs indicates that there's now a dedicated server in Singapore! This could only mean one thing - we'll be getting the game soon.
Acronis today announced Acronis Backup 12, its new data backup solution that helps modern businesses secure increasingly complex IT infrastructures.
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Huawei is developing a unified, open-source standard that can bridge IoT household appliances from different brands, allowing them to communicate seamlessly. Hop in to see what it entails.
Microsoft Edge and IE 11 are the only 2 browsers on Windows capable of streaming Netflix content at 1080p
The two web browsers from Microsoft are in the limelight; this time it’s for a good reason. More details after the jump.
Researchers at Vectra Networks have uncovered a vulnerability in Microsoft's Web Point-and-Print Protocol, which will potentially put Windows machines at risk to malware infection. More details about this bug and its fix after the jump.
Niantic has said that there are no announced plans at this point to release Pokémon Go outside of New Zealand, Australia, US and Germany. Bummer.