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Nintendo Switch Possibly Underclocked; Dock to Improve Performance: Report

With information on the Nintendo Switch release date and price almost a month away, another report is making the rounds on what to expect when its finally out. It appears

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Samsung Wins Over Apple in $399 Million Patent Appeal in US Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court on Tuesday sided with Samsung in its big-money smartphone patent fight with Apple, throwing out an appeals court ruling that the South Korean company had to

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RBI Relaxes 2-Factor Authentication Norms for Transactions Under Rs. 2,000

In a bid to speed up small value online transactions, the RBI today relaxed norms for 2-factor authentication for payments up to Rs. 2,000. Relaxing the norms for 2-factor authentication

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Apple to Start Publishing AI Research to Hasten Deep Learning

Apple will allow its artificial intelligence teams to publish research papers for the first time, marking a significant change in strategy that could help accelerate the iPhone maker’s advances in

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PHP, JAVA Deep Dive and Scala 101 Course for Programmers

The PHP is a server-side scripting language that is used in many applications today. This language is easy to learn and understand and it is very simple too. This is

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GoPro’s Drone Initiative Crashes With Karma Recall

GoPro’s ambitious plans to be a player in the fledgling drone market crashed last week when it had to announce a product recall due to Karma UAV units falling from

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Friend Finder Data Breach Exposes 400M Swingers

Hackers have stolen information of more than 400 million users of Friend Finder Networks, which runs several adult dating and pornography websites, LeakedSource reported earlier this week. This is Friend

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One of the Best New VR Things: Buying a Car

I had a fascinating experience last week. I got to see and experience the new Jaguar I-Pace, the company’s electric answer to the as-yet-unannounced Tesla Y SUV, long before I’ll

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Gadget Ogling: Big Bendy Screens, Chatterbox Robots, and TV in the Cloud

Welcome, dear friends, to Gadget Dreams and Nightmares, the column that’s distracted itself from the shellshock of the election just long enough to cast a beady eye over the latest

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Google’s DeepMind AI Said to Outperform Professional Lip-Readers

Artificial technology has taken significant leaps in recent times with companies such as Microsoft even making bold claims that its speech recognition system is as good as humans. Now, the

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