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Dual Cameras Teased For The ASUS ZenFone 4

Dual camera smartphones are starting to become pretty commonplace these days. Depending on the goal of the manufacturer, these dual cameras can help users capture sharper, more dynamic images, or in some instances create a bokeh-like effect that mimics photos taken on DSLRs. That being said it looks like ASUS could be adding dual cameras […]

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ViveNChill wants to end sweaty and foggy VR lenses

I sweat a lot. If I’m standing outside with the sun up and a little breeze, it’s only a matter of time before I start sweating. Going for a jog? I’ll be pouring with sweat before most people are even breathing heavily. In fact, I often sweat without even the need for my breathing or […]

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Why chatbots need a big push from deep learning

GUEST: Most tech giants are investing heavily both in applications and research, hoping to stay ahead of the curve of what many believe to be an inevitable AI led paradigm shift. At the forefront of this resurgence are the fields of conversational interactions (personal assistants or chatbots), computer vision and autonomous navigation, which thanks to […]

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14 ways AI will impact the education sector

GUEST: There have been a lot of digital “next big things” in education over the years—everything from the Apple IIe to online learning. The latest is artificial intelligence education tech (AI Ed), and only time will tell what impact it will ultimately have. But for something as important as education, now is the time to […]

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Entrepreneurs, here’s how to make the best use of your board

GUEST: Before becoming a VC, I cofounded OnVista, a German finance portal. In my role as CEO I was once talking to a client and told him, “I’ve got to go now because I have a board meeting.” He said: “Poor you. In board meetings, I always feel like I am examined and fail.” I […]

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Will Brawl Stars be Supercell’s next billion-dolllar mobile game?

Supercell has just four games in the market, but it is the master of the $46 billion mobile games industry because those titles have generated a lifetime average of $1.15 billion in revenue on iOS alone, according to measurement firm Sensor Tower. It’s an astounding record, and that’s why a big spotlight is shining on […]

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Watch Deadpool go full merc in Marvel Powers United VR

Prepare your best superhero landing; Deadpool is coming to Marvel Powers United VR. Oculus Studios and Sanzaru Games’ four player co-op superhero sim was announced at D23 last weekend but with just three confirmed characters: Hulk, Captain Marvel, and Rocket Raccoon. To celebrate San Diego Comic-Con, though, Oculus announced that everybody’s favorite Merc with a […]

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LG G4 Android 7.0 Update Released For Some Models

LG confirmed back in March this year that it was going to release the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the LG G4. The company did say at that time that the update is not going to arrive before the second half of this year. Google released Android 7.0 Nougat almost a full year ago and […]

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PS4 Outsells Xbox One And Nintendo Switch Last Month

Sony’s console quickly raced into the lead when the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One came out back in 2013. It has retained the lead since then, however, some months have seen the Xbox One outsell the PlayStation 4, at least in the United States. The latest figures from The NPD Group show that the PlayStation […]

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Samsung and Google are closing the gap on Apple’s monetization of mobile games

EXCLUSIVE: Apple has long been dominant when it comes to the iPhone’s ability to monetize mobile games at higher rates than rival smartphones. But mobile analytics and marketing platform DeltaDNA has found in a study that rivals are closing the gap. For a decade, the iPhone’s polished user experience has always made it the smartphone of […]

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