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EDGE COMPUTING IN THE IoT: Forecasts, key benefits, and top industries adopting an analytics model that improves processing and cuts costs

For businesses, the most important benefit of the IoT will be the data generated by billions of new smart sensors and devices. The “Internet of Everything” — all of the people and things connected to the internet — will generate 507.5 zettabytes (1 zettabyte = 1 trillion gigabytes) of data by 2019, according to Cisco. Show More Summary

Meet Your New Best Friends: 'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Reveals 7 New Pokemon

It's a good week to be really into Pokémon. Not only have we gotten the news that Pokémon Go, the augmented reality game set to debut on mobile devices next month, will be using local features like historical markers to determine which...Show More Summary

Alexa will now let you order over a million items from Amazon with your voice

Amazon kicked the home virtual assistant trend into overdrive a year ago when it launched the first Echo. Since then, Alexa—the voice service powering the device—has become increasingly intelligent as the company gives it new skills. It's...Show More Summary

HP to offer HP Elite X3, PCs as managed service to companies

The Wall Street Journal reports that HP is planning to start offering its hardware as a managed service to companies. The service will be similar to renting the devices, meaning no upfront payments, but  HP  would  also use its software to manage how devices are deployed and used, monitor the health of components in the […]

The perfect place to start when you finally decide to connect your home

At some point in the future, nearly every home in America will have connected devices inside. We're not quite there yet but we're well on our way, and if you haven't begun to embrace the "internet of things" it's time to dive in. You...Show More Summary

Congress discontinues BlackBerry devices for Senate staffers - CNET

8 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

After a 10 year run, the Senate will finally stop issuing BlackBerry smartphones to its staff.

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 looks to continue the trend of 6GB of RAM and will include Force Touch

10 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

A new set of rumors gives us a better look at what the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Note 2 could have, including the continuing trend of 6GB of RAM within devices.

Apple may be planning to enforce “No Photography” zone rules with newest patent award

With great power comes great potential for abuse. Back in 2011, Apple filed a fairly controversial patent, which would allow the cameras in their devices to be turned on and off at will by external forces. In theory, this would allow locations and venues that have “No photography” zones to enforce this rule more passively. Aimed [...]Show More Summary

This 3-in-1 Lightning car charger is just $16.95 today!

If you spend any part of your day in the car, you will want to have a charger in there. Kodiak's 3-in-1 Lightning car charger not only lets you easily charge your iPhone but also two other devices thanks to its full-sized USB ports. Right now you can pick one up for just $16.95. ...

Neon, Argon, and Mercury are Blackberry’s next three Android smarthpones

17 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

A new report claims that BlackBerry is planning to release three new Android phones over the next three quarters. The three devices include a flagship-tire smartphone and two mid-range devices - one of which will be equipped with BlackBerry's signature QWERTY keyboard.

Dell discontinues its Android tablets in favor of Windows 2-in-1s

Another Android tablet maker bites the dust. Dell has decided to end distribution of its Android tabs and will instead focus on Windows 2-in-1 devices. This means several things: One, the company will no longer offer its Venue brand of Android tablets or the Android-based Wyse Cloud Connect, which can be used to turn displays into viable PCs. Show More Summary

Dell Kills Off Android Tablet Range, Favours 2-In-1 Devices Instead

Slate tablets are becoming a niche product in the business space and 2-In-1 computers will become the preferred mobility device many workplaces, according to Dell. With that in mind, the computing vendor will be discontinuing its Venue Android tablets range. Here are the details. More »      

The Intelliboost Is The Must Have Device For Your Car

While automobiles are far more advanced than they were 50--or even 10--years ago, they will still run into the occasional problem. Now, it appears that one device on the market can fix most, if not all, of those minor annoyances--and it is small enough to fit into your glove compartment. Rugged [...]

Dark Space Gray iPhone 7 Conceptualized in New Renderings

Following rumors suggesting Apple's iPhone 7 will be available in a much darker Space Gray color that's close to, but not quite black, designer Martin Hajek has created renderings exploring what such a device might look like. Using the...Show More Summary

Dell abandons its remaining Android tablets, 6 months after HP

The weak sustainability of low-end market share has claimed a new victim. Dell has dropped its remaining Venue-branded Android tablet line and will instead focus on selling conventional PCs and hybrid "2-in-1" devices running Windows, citing over-saturation and declining demand for state-style tablets.

DEALS: Verizon Galaxy S7 for $415, Refurb Nexus 6P for $335 at eBay

With earlier-in-the-day phone talk all surrounding new Nexus and unlocked Galaxy S7s, we will now direct your attention to two similar devices that are being sold at decent discounts. eBay currently has the Verizon Galaxy S7 for just...Show More Summary

HTC 10, One M9, and One A9 Confirmed to Receive Nougat at Some Point

HTC took to Twitter shortly after Google’s unveiling of the Nougat name for Android N, confirming that three of its devices will eventually receive the update to Nougat. The three devices are the HTC 10, One M9, and One A9. If you have...Show More Summary

Dell discontinues Android-based Venue tablets in favor of Windows 10 2-in-1s

Dell has confirmed it will not be launching any new tablets in its Android-based Venue family. It will concentrate its efforts on releasing Windows 10 2-in-1 devices and laptops for businesses. ...

Google serves a 'Nougat' to fans of its Android software

Nougat is scheduled to be released in new smartphones this fall when the makers of existing Android devices will also be able to enable updates to the new software. The nicknames for earlier Android versions have included Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat, Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 leak suggests it will have a curved screen and eye scanner

How do you raise the bar on the Galaxy Note 5, a phone that's already considered to be one of the best there is? For years, Samsung's solution was to throw gimmick after gimmick into a new device and pray something would stick. These...Show More Summary

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