While Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 may be the "new hotness" for 2018 smartphones, many are already turning their attention to the next chip in the pipeline. Up until this point, it's been rumored that the next entry into the flagship SoC line would be ...

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Qualcomm's 7nm Snapdragon 855 Might Be Rebranded For Its Early 2019 Smartphone Debut

Qualcomm's 7nm Snapdragon 855 Might Be Rebranded For Its Early 2019 Smartphone DebutWhile Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 may be the "new hotness" for 2018 smartphones, many are already turning their attention to the next chip in the pipeline. Up until this point, it's been rumored that the next entry into the flagship SoC line would be the Snapdragon 855.However, we're now learning this might not be the case after all and that

            
 


Google Tipped To Launch AI Smart Display For The Holiday Shopping Season

Google Tipped To Launch AI Smart Display For The Holiday Shopping SeasonWhen Amazon trotted out its Echo Show smart speaker with a display built in, almost everyone speculated that competitors in the AI smart speaker market would be bringing out similar products. That proved accurate at CES 2018 in January, when LG, Lenovo, and JBL all rolled out their own smart speakers packing a display. The company conspicuously

            
 


GeForce RTX 2080 And RTX 2080 Ti Extravaganza: More Cards From MSI, Palit And Gigabyte Leak

GeForce RTX 2080 And RTX 2080 Ti Extravaganza: More Cards From MSI, Palit And Gigabyte LeakThe Duke is back! No, we're not talking about screen legend John Wayne, but an upcoming line of GeForce graphics cards. Unfortunately for NVIDIA, MSI's penchant for leaking ahead of an official launch has struck again. This time, the company's GeForce RTX Duke series has landed in both RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti flavors.Like the MSI Gaming

            
 


Google Plans To Open Flagship Retail Store In Chicago To Showcase Its Hardware Products

Google Plans To Open Flagship Retail Store In Chicago To Showcase Its Hardware ProductsApple has hardware stores all across the country. So does Microsoft, to a lesser extent. What about Google? The sultan of search does not have a huge brick-and-mortar presence—it has some pop-up stores here and there, and retail locations inside other stores, but it does not have a flagship location of its own. That might be changing.Citing

            
 


Australian Teen Hacky Hack Hacks Apple's Servers, Steals 90GB Worth Of Secure Data

Australian Teen Hacky Hack Hacks Apple's Servers, Steals 90GB Worth Of Secure DataA teenage hacker in Australia managed to infiltrate Apple's computer systems and, over the course of a year, swiped 90 gigabytes of data. Following reports of the hacking incident, Apple issued a statement saying that no customer data was compromised from the repeated attacks on its network. It's not clear what exactly he accessed."We...want

            
 


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