Month: November 2017

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Samsung Takes Over Fluenty To Develop Bixby

  • November 30, 2017

Samsung has acquired Fluenty. This company is best known for its self-learning chatbot. According to reports, Samsung is using the company’s technique to improve Bixby, its own digital assistant. It is not known how much money is involved in the acquisition.

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Phablets Are Gaining Popularity

  • November 30, 2017

In the future, telephone displays will become increasingly larger. On the other hand, we will spot smaller screens less and less. In 2021 no less than 60 percent of all phones have a screen size of at least 5.5 “.

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Note 8 Gets The First Major Update

  • November 30, 2017

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was released by Samsung two and a half months ago. Only now the Korean smartphone maker rolls out the first software update for the flagship. Curious as to what this all entails?Then read on.

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AI Can Translate A Lot Better Without A Dictionary And Comparision Texts

  • November 30, 2017

The technology of neural networks could bring machine translations to a much higher level than the previous work in the field has suggested.Researchers have recently shown that artificial intelligence (AI) can become an interpreter without ever having seen a dictionary or comparative translations.

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Samsung Has Begun Mass Production Of 10LPP Chips For Galaxy S9

  • November 30, 2017

The semiconductor division of the electronics group Samsung has today announced the start of mass production of chips in an improved 10-nanometer process.The new manufacturing process brings slight increases in performance and energy efficiency.With the beginning of the production, Samsung probably laid the foundation for the top SOCs of the high-end smartphones for the year 2018.

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Uber Lawyers Are No Longer Deemed Trustworthy

  • November 29, 2017

Google has sued the carpooling service Uber a while ago.The company is accused of stealing trade secrets on a massive scale.For Uber, this dispute does not go well from the beginning, but now it had to take the biggest setback so far.

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A Lot Of Android Apps Have Trackers

  • November 29, 2017

For most Android apps, the user behavior is observed by third parties.In the majority of applications, built-in trackers were found during a recent review – although they were already limited to the 25 most popular analysis services.

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Facebook Is Experimenting With A Captcha Like Identity Test

  • November 29, 2017

Facebook is currently experimenting with a captcha-like test that invites users to upload photos of themselves.The social network wants to react in this way, if one notices suspicious activities, the measure is also a response to the Russian propaganda activities of the last US election.

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Windows Security Feature Has Been Deliberately Reduced

  • November 29, 2017

Twenty years ago, the phrase “It’s not a bug, it’s a feature” was coined in the context of Microsoft and has long since become a household word.And right now, regarding Windows, one can once again manage to use the cliché behind the words – in dealing with a recently published security report.

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Not All New Windows 10 Features Are Immediately Available For All Testers

  • November 29, 2017

If you are currently using the Windows Insider program to try new features of Windows 10 as soon as possible, you will soon have to adapt to a fundamental change.Microsoft has announced that it does not want to basically equip all users with the latest features.Instead, partial tests should be done with small groups.

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