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Arm’s new Project Trillium platform includes special processors for mobile devices to efficiently run machine learning, artificial intelligence and object-detection workloads.
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Startup Exhibition companies are given access to global audiences through media and onsite at the annual StartupGrind conference, held Feb. 12 through Feb. 14 in Redwood City, Calif.
DAILY VIDEO: Panasonic's Toughbook 20 rugged 2-in-1 gets a faster CPU and standard SSD; 36 are indicted for participating in a cybercrime ring that stole $530 million; LinkedIn's AI-enabled Resume Assistant for Microsoft Word is live; and there's more.
In July, Google's Chrome browser will begin to label any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure."
New apps for Windows 10-based devices and iPhones connecting Prysm to employees, regardless of device preference or location.
DAILY VIDEO: A Tesla Roadster flying to Mars is only the beginning; ex-Intel executives launch a new Arm server chip company; Rapid7 previews InsightPhish for phishing email security; and there's more.
With features such as a powerful processor and enhanced security, HP is targeting the enterprise user with its new EliteBook 800 G5 line of notebooks.
J.D. Power's latest evaluation of mobile network quality in the U.S. shows that Verizon dominated the competition in the second half of 2017.
Using IBM data streams and AI, shipping companies and the port stand to save up to one hour each in berthing time, which can amount to about $80,000 in savings per day.
After many months, Samsung executives have confirmed the company is working on an smartphone model known as the Galaxy X. Much of the mobile market speculation has focused on whether the handset would have a foldable screen.