Friday, 20 May 2016
Now everyone can be a math savant (well, sort of anyway, and with the help of your phone). Mathpix relies on image recognition and deep learning technology, and can reportedly solve handwritten equations within seconds. All you have to do is point your phone's camera at the equation.
Lian Li has introduced a new series of steel cases that it has dubbed the Ebonsteel series. These are targeted at more budget-conscious builders and represent a departure from Lian Li's traditionally premium aluminum cases and stiff price tags.
A LinkedIn hack from 2012 continues to cause problems for the company. Yesterday, LinkedIn confirmed that another data set from the hack, which contains 117 million LinkedIn members’ emails and passwords, is now being sold online.
CEO of Polyphony Digital Kazunori Yamauchi has just announced that Gran Turismo Sport will be released for PS4 this November.
Cooler Master just revealed a modular chassis, high-end air cooler, and Titanium-rated digital power supply at CES 2016, part of its Maker Ecosystem range of products designed to enable enthusiasts to build their very own version of the ultimate PC.
HTC confirmed in a tweet that Android N will be coming to the HTC 10, HTC One M9 and A9 smartphones.
Fitbit recently acquired mobile payment firm Coin and plans to accelerate its development of an active NFC payment solution for its future wearables.
Google has unveiled two new communications apps, Allo and Duo. These apps aim to transform the way users communicate. How would you like Smart Replies? Find out about that and more in this report!
Thursday, 19 May 2016
Android Pay went operational late last year, but it was only applicable to the USA. Now, it's available outside of USA. Who else got lucky?
At the Canon Expo 2016 Shanghai, the President of Canon Asia Marketing Group, Hideki Ozawa, shared his strategies for the Asian market. Canon seeks to achieve a US$10 billion revenue by 2020 with the following plans.