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Samsung’s New Note8 Enterprise Edition Puts Laser Focus On Business User – Forbes

Samsung has long put their best foot forward when it comes to addressing business users, especially when it comes to the Note line of products. That was expected to culminate with the Note7, but instead was delayed until the Note8 with a slight business focus on the S8. The Note8 Enterprise Edition is the company’s […]

Apple iPhone X Review: Tim Cook’s Rushed Vision Of Your Awkward Future – Forbes

Apple lifted the review embargo on Halloween for those with early access to the iPhone X (while the rest of the world has been asked to queue up outside their nearest Apple Store so Tim Cook and his team can get some pictures of the ‘demand’ on Friday), but it’s been a day where the process has been […]

Sony’s Aibo robot dog is back, gives us OLED puppy dog eyes – Ars Technica

reader comments 19 Weird Sony is back, and it recently announced a new version of the Sony Aibo, everyone’s favorite robotic toy dog! Sony has been out of the plastic pooch business for about 11 years, and the 2017 version is well-equipped for the smartphone era with LTE and an app. Sadly, like seemingly every […]

Nintendo’s New World, From The Switch To Phone Games To Theme Parks – Fast Company

RFA: Absolutely. And it’s fair to say that when we first showed the concept, third-party publishers were excited at that point. You know, they saw what we saw, which was this is differentiated, this is compelling. This is going to add an audience to their marketplace. And certainly with FIFA, for example, from EA launching […]

Sony Needs To Slow Its Press Conferences Down and Actually Tell Us About the Games – PlayStation LifeStyle

November 1, 2017Written by Chandler Wood One of the best treats that I get as a writer in games media is the ability to talk to the developers of games. To many people, a game may just be a $60 day one purchase or a bargain bin afterthought, but to me, games are about the […]

Facebook says up to 146 million may have seen Russian content – The Hill

Content linked to Russia may have reached as many as 146 million people on Facebook and Instagram before the 2016 presidential election, Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch testified Wednesday. The figure is an increase of 20 million over the company’s previous estimate. The new number reflects the approximately 20 million people who may have seen Russia-linked […]

Apple iPhone X Reviews: Tim Cook’s Rushed Vision Of An Awkward Future – Forbes

Apple lifted the review embargo today on those with early access to the iPhone X (while the rest of the world has been asked to queue up outside their nearest Apple Store so Tim Cook and his team can get some pictures of the ‘demand’), but it’s been a day where the process has been […]

Is Facebook listening in to our conversations? The social media giant speaks out – Evening Times

A long-held conspiracy theory – that Facebook is listening in on conversations to target us with adverts – has resurfaced again on social media. One of Facebook’s executives in charge of adverts responded to a tweet from PJ Vogt, co-host of the internet-focused Reply All podcast, who asked followers to phone in if they believed […]

Dell’s 2017 Black Friday deals include $130 Inspiron laptop doorbuster – ZDNet

Dell kicks off the Black Friday ad reveal process for tech retailers. As mentioned a couple of weeks ago, Dell has been the first tech retailer to have its Black Friday plans disclosed over the last couple of years — and this year is no different. The PC giant has “leaked” its deals for the […]

Sony reboots Aibo with AI and extra kawaii – TechCrunch

The rumors had it right: Sony is rebooting its robot dog, Aibo, announcing a new four-legged companion AI-powered bot incoming with the same brand name but more rounded corners and visible facial features for extra kawaii, including a pair of expressive, puppy-dog eyes. Deep learning tech, fish-eye cameras and a series of other embedded sensors enable […]