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TechNews - Fiber Reads Data from the Brain - tech
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  • AMD Announces the Official Ryzen Launch Date - March 2, 2017 is the official AMD Ryzen CPU launch date.
  • Intel Pentium G4620 And G4560 Review: Now With Hyper-Threading - In the face of AMD's impending Ryzen launch, Intel seems resigned to bulking up its low-end offerings to stave off the competition's historically competitive mainstream CPUs. Despite Intel's careful segmentation, the more powerful Pentium family unavoidably takes the shine off of lower-end Core i3s, which cost more and don't always deliver the extra performance to match. But both of the Pentiums we looked at today are still slower than Core i3s, i5s, and i7s in threaded tasks like media encoding and file compression
  • ZOTAC unveils two new low-profile GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & GTX 1050 cards - ZOTAC has added two new low-profile GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards to its lineup, targeted at small form factor PCs. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Low-Profile (ZT-P10500E-10L) comes with a base clock of 1354 MHz and a 1455 MHz boost clock. The 2GB of GDDR5 memory is clocked at 7 GHz. ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Low-Profile (ZT-P10510E-10L) comes with a 1290 MHz base clock and a 1392 MHz boost clock. Its 4GB of GDDR5 memory is clocked at 7 GHz.
  • NEC EA245WMi 24-inch 16:10 IPS Monitor Review - The EA245WMi is a great addition to the EA line. It embodies every positive quality we’ve become familiar with in NEC’s products and adds some nicely updated styling and compatibility with SpectraView II calibration software. Rather than the heavy, almost armor-plated appearance of other PA and EA screens, the 245 comes in with a super slim 6mm bezel and a trim, neat look. Don’t be fooled though, that same tank-like build quality is still there. And don’t forget the extra screen real estate afforded by that 16:10 aspect ratio.
  • Stranger Things Case Mod - If you are not a Stranger Things fan, you may not get all the references, but even if you are not a familiar with the Netflix series, you will still want to check out the Stranger Mod
  • AI Learns to Write Its Own Code by Stealing from Other Programs - Microsoft and University of Cambridge have developed a machine learning system called DeepCoder that can steal code from other programs and use it to create it's own program. This A.I. will eventually be able to create a program from the suggestions of a person who doesn't know how to code. DeepCoder has learned a process called program synthesis where it would piece together lines of code to create a desired result like any programmer would. Machine Learning allows DeepCoder to quickly scour databases of code and assemble code according to probability of usefulness. DeepCoder is becoming very efficient at finding code as it will search obscure programs that many people wouldn't have thought of. It gets faster each time that it is given a problem as it creates a database of code that worked. DeepCoder can create working programs in a fraction of a second. Right now the A.I. is limited to 5 lines of code, but using the right coding language, it can create fairly complicated programs. Others are working on similar tech like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that has created a machine learning system that can fix broken software with working code from other programs.
  • Microsoft Issues Some Windows Security Patches in February - While the majority of security patches won't be released until March's Patch Tuesday rolls around, Microsoft has taken the decision to issue some Flash patches for Edge and Internet Explorer, and these will be arriving today. Exactly what these patches resolve isn't currently known. Microsoft emailed some of its largest customers to alert them to the forthcoming patches but went into no details beyond: Microsoft is planning to release security updates for Adobe Flash Player. These updates will be offered to the following operating systems: Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows RT 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2016. No other security updates are scheduled for release until the next scheduled monthly update release on March 14, 2017.
  • Hair-Width Fiber Reads Data from the Brain - MIT researchers have developed a hair-thin fiber capable of transmitting optical, electrical, and chemical signals back and forth to the brain. The new technology is the result of two years of development, and with some further improvements and tweaks, could dramatically change how we understand different brain regions and their interconnections. Development of the new fiber was a collaboration between material scientists, chemists, biologists, and other specialists. The results have been published in the journal Nature Neuroscience. The team's next goal is to reduce the size of the fiber even further, and make it closer still to neural tissue
  • 5G technology to feature 20Gbps download - A 5G cell will be able to handle a downlink of at least 20Gbps and an uplink of 10Gbps via a single mobile base station. It is worth noting that these are theoretical speeds for a single user if they have a fixed wireless broadband, and in reality, all users on a cell will get a portion of that 20Gbps. 5G will also be able to support at least one million users per square kilometer.
  • BlackBerry KEYone: Hands-on video - TCL unveiled its new premium Android handset, the BlackBerry KEYone. It promises "unparalleled security", thanks to its "hardened" version of Android, which includes unique protective features not available on other Android devices. TCL also says that the handset will offer a full day of battery life - in fact, at 3,505mAh, it's got the biggest battery of any BlackBerry phone to date. But perhaps the most notable feature is the physical QWERTY keyboard - a beloved element of BlackBerry devices for the company's biggest fans
  • iPhone 8 May Pack "Revolutionary" Camera That Snaps 3D Selfies - The camera will function by merging the depth information captured by the IR transmitting and receiving modules with the traditional 2D images captured by the front camera. This not only could be used for the iPhone 8's long-rumored iris recognition feature, but even in some gaming applications -- and future AR/VR experiences -- where users could place their own 3D-scanned face in the game using a quick selfie. Today's news of an overhaul to the front-facing camera of the iPhone 8 follows speculation surrounding the potential of Apple dropping Touch ID and instead focusing on either 3D facial recognition or iris scanning as the device's main security feature. JPMorgan analyst Rod Hall has stated that facial recognition could be a more secure alternative, and help increase Apple Pay adoption with retailers and financial institutions.
  • Apple says that it has fixed most iPhone 6 shutdown issues with iOS 10.2.1 - Back in November, it was discovered that the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus all had issues that would cause them to shut down without warning. While not all devices were affected, Apple issued a statement to TechCrunch to say that it has fixed the issue on most devices. To be more specific, with iOS 10.2.1 - the latest version of the OS - 70% of iPhone 6 and 80% of iPhone 6s handsets won't experience the issue anymore. According to Apple, over 50% of active devices have already upgraded to version 10.2.1, which on a side note, adds a bit of context to the news from earlier this week that iOS 10.x is running on 79% of active iOS devices.
  • Tucson woman's iPhone 7 catches fire - An 18-year-old Tucson woman is searching for answers after her iPhone 7 caught fire on Wednesday. Apple, understandably, is investigating the incident.
  • Samsung Makes Its Secure Folder A Downloadable App - Samsung today released its Secure Folder through the Galaxy Apps Store. Secure Folder is a protected space for smartphones that can store files, documents, images, videos, or other content that the owner wishes to lock away. Samsung says the Secure Folder can act as a way for people to set up separate profiles for apps on the phone, as well, ensuring that only the protected content is available to those profiles. Samsung expects people will use standard tools such as PIN, pattern, passcode, or biometric verification (fingerprint) to access and manage the Secure Folder. The Samsung Secure Folder has ben around for a while, but it has always been preloaded directly to devices by Samsung. This marks the first time the app is available on its own as a separate download. Samsung is making the app available to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge first, with other models to follow later.
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread Officially No Longer Supported  - Google has put Android 2.3 Gingerbread out to pasture. The update this month follows an announcement Google first made in November regarding Play Services 10.2, which severs backward compatibility with devices running Android 2.3 and older. Google Play Services is the core code behind app compatibility across Android platforms. The Play Services 10.2 update jumps from API level 9 to API level 14. This means Play Services 10.2.0 only supports Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich and up.
  • Xiaomi releases a second teaser for its Pinecone chips - The SoCs expected to be unveiled in the coming days are called the Pinecone V670 and V970 - respectively mid-range and high-range eight-core chips. The V970 is expected to be produced on a new 10nm manufacturing process and pack four A73 cores alongside four power-efficient A53 cores, putting it in close competition with the Kirin 960, while the mid-range V670 is expected to be produced using a much older 28nm manufacturing process with eight A53 cores and would be put in Xiaomi's cheaper phone lineup. Entering the world of semiconductor design and manufacturing makes a sharp point for how Xiaomi views itself against its competition in the smartphone and tablet world and also speaks a lot to how Xiaomi expects to be viewed by others.
  • Samsung's Exynos 9 Chip Uses 10nm Process, Boasts Gigabit Modem - Samsung has announced the Exynos 9 Series 8895 application processor for premium mobile devices. The chip relies on Samsung's 10nm FinFET process with 3D transistors. This results in a 27% performance boost while chewing through 40% less power when put up against Samsung's 14nm tech. The 8895 bakes in support for Category 16 LTE with 5xCA for 1 Gbps downloads, and Cat 13 LTE with 2xCA for 225 Mbps uploads. Samsung says the Exynos 9 Series 8895 has an octa-core design with four of Samsung's own CPUs paired with four ARM Cortex A53 cores. It supports the ARM Mali G71 GPU for 3D graphics, 4K quality virtual reality, and 4K video playback up to 120fps. A separate processing unit handles biometric security (iris and fingerprint) for protecting mobile payments, and a Vision Processing Unit is able to scan and recognize its surroundings for panoramic image processing and machine vision. The Exynos 9 Series 8895 is already in mass production and Samsung said it will appear in devices soon. The company is widely expected to debut its 2017 flagship phone, the Galaxy S8, in March. The Galaxy S8 will likely rely on the Exynos 9 Series 8895 processor
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 Modem Powers 1.2Gbps Speeds - Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem, which it says is the first Category 18 modem capable of download speeds up to 1.2Gbps. The X20 is manufactured using a 10nm FinFET process. It supports up to 5x20 MHz carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO, and up to three aggregated LTE carriers. The X20 LTE modem uses a new RF transceiver that Qualcomm claims is capable of receiving up to 12 spatial streams of LTE data. Each downlink supports 256QAM, while uplinks support 64QAM. Other features include all major carrier technologies, more than 40 LTE frequency bands, LTE Broadcast, and VoLTE with support for Ultra HD Voice. Last, the Snapdragon X20 LTE modem supports Dual SIM Dual VoLTE for advanced use cases. Qualcomm believes the X20 will be ideal for Gigabit LTE networks, which are expected to bridge the gap between today's 4G networks and what will eventually become 5G networks. Qualcomm says the X20 is already sampling, but it won't ship on consumer products until the first half of 2018.
  • Intel Claims LTE Modem to Deliver 1 Gigabit Speeds - Intel today announced the XMM 7560 LTE modem, a fifth-generation wireless radio that can produce broadband-like speeds in a variety of mobile devices. The XMM 7560 is manufactured using Intel's 14nm process and supports LTE Advanced Category 16 for downloads up to 1 Gbps and Category 13 for uploads up to 225 Mbps. The Intel XMM 7560 modem supports 5x carrier aggregation for up to 100 MHz combined bandwidth on the downlink, and 3xCA for up to 60 MHz on the uplink. It also supports 4x4 MIMO and 256QAM. Intel says the XMM 7560 works well with its SMARTi 7 RF transceiver, which supports up to 35 LTE bands and 230 carrier aggregation combinations for worldwide compatibility. The XMM 7560 also packs envelope tracking and other power optimization features to improve battery life in smartphones, tablets, and PCs. The Intel XMM 7560 will sample during the first half of the year and Intel expects to see it in consumer devices shortly thereafter. Separately, Intel this week announced new efforts in its push toward 5G. It is working with Nokia, AT&T, Telefonica, 5TONIC, Ericsson, and others to define, prototype, and deliver early 5G products.
  • Disney Develops Method for Wirelessly Powering an Entire Room - Disney has created a prototype living room where 10 objects - a smartphone, a lamp, a fan, an RC car, and more - are powered wirelessly, no cables required. Unlike existing wireless power transfer solutions, which mostly require an object to be placed very close to a wireless charging pad, the objects in Disney's living room can receive power while freely roaming; you can walk into the room with a smartphone in your pocket and it will start charging.
  • JetPack! Rocketeer in Real Life! - 4K -  Given the jetpack can only fly for four minutes on a full tank, and the crew only had enough gas for about 15 flights, they had to make sure to capture every flight from countless angles. But despite the hardware costing well north of $100,000, how could you not want one after seeing The Rocketeer come to life?
  • Alien: Covenant - Prologue: Last Supper - The official prologue to Alien: Covenant introduces the crew of the mission as they gather for a final meal before entering cryosleep. In Theaters - May 19, 2017
  • The Hydraulic Press Is No Match Against Adamantium - This week, the Hydraulic Press Channel decided to something a bit more tongue-in-cheek, doing a video to promote the new Wolverine movie.
  • Play DOOM ON Your Porsche 911 -  Drive your Porsche 911 and play DOOM at the same time! Doesn't this seem more a game that would be better played on a Mustang?
  • Kate Bock Tastes Something Sweet In Romantic Switzerland - Join Canadian model Kate Bock on a romantic trip around Switzerland in this intimate SI Swim photoshoot.
  • Let Hailey Clauson Keep You Warm In Chilly Finland - Cozy up to model Hailey Clauson and let her keep you warm during the snowy Finland weather.
  • Bo Krsmanovic Brings The Heat In Her Steamy Fiji Shoot - Bo Krsmanovic unwinds against the Fiji sunset in her steamy photoshoot with photographer Yu Tsai.
  • Hailey Clauson & Bo Krsmanovic Go Dog Sledding In Finland - Go behind the scenes of Hailey Clauson and Bo Krsmanovic's chilly Finland photoshoot, as they experience SI Swimsuit's northernmost location.
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last 10 comments:
Tom(01:56 PM EST - Feb,27 2017 )
New Alien movie looks like a piece of shit.

Csimbi(05:37 AM EST - Feb,28 2017 )
So does this.
Apparently, the guy narrating the video has never seen a 3310, lol.
That thingamabob looks nothing like the old 3310.
This is what it looked like.
You decide.

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