Intel Kills the Atom SoC Powering Microsoft’s HoloLens

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Intel has announced it’s killing the semi-custom chip that powers Microsoft’s HoloLens. It’s a good bet that they’ve done so with MS’ agreement, but what does that mean for the future of Microsoft’s augmented reality platform?

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Apple pulls back the curtain on its secretive chip development operation

Article Image The engineering team responsible for the custom silicon that powers hundreds of millions of Apple’s iOS devices is the latest beneficiary of the company’s relatively newfound openness.

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Apple, other big businesses eye Iranian market after nuclear deal, report says

Just hours after the U.S. and five world powers entered into an agreement with Iran to remove sanctions in return for a reduction in nuclear weapons capability, companies like Apple are actively looking for inroads into the starved market.

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Sony debuts 'Powers' on PlayStation Network

Sony’s PlayStation is using its “Powers” to fly as fast as your Wi-Fi bandwidth allows, headlong into a new era. The home entertainment giant is streaming a new channel of content called PlayStation Originals that’s aimed at gamers, but with a broader audience in mind.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/03/10/sony-debuts-powers-on-playstation-network/

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