A team of Google researchers has created a new technology to take the immersive augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences to a new level.
Google is ending the trial program of a service that sent users algorithm-selected prints from their Google Photos libraries, Droid Life reported. The subscription-based service launched in the US in February with a monthly fee of $7.99 that got you 10 4×6 prints from the previous 30 days.
AMD said it plans to release firmware updates to fix a trifecta of bugs that impact some of its notebook and embedded systems CPUs.
The three bugs, which AMD refers to as “SMM Callout,” allow attackers to take control over the UEFI firmware of AMD CPUS, and inherently of the entire computer.
Adobe plans to prompt users and ask them to uninstall Flash Player from their computers by the end of the year when the software is scheduled to reach End-Of-Life (EOL), on December 31, 2020.
Have you ever wondered why online ads appear for things that you were just thinking about?
There’s no big conspiracy. Ad tech can be creepily accurate.
Lenovo on Thursday launched two new data center servers aimed at supporting AI and analytics workloads. The ThinkSystem SR860 V2 and SR850 V2 servers feature the new third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and offer support for the new Intel Optane persistent memory 200 series.
Intel on Thursday announced the availability of its 3rd generation Xeon Scalable processors, touting the new wave as enabling the acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI) development.