Apple Unveils iPhone X, iPhone 8, Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K

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As summer comes to an end, Apple begins ramping up the production of its newest products. Today at 1PM ET (10AM PT), Apple will be holding a special event at the brand new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino.

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Intel’s New Xeon W Chips Bring Skylake-SP to Enterprise, Workstation LGA2066 Sockets

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Intel has launched a new Xeon W product family to bridge the gap between its multi-socket LGA3647 products and its consumer Core i9 hardware.

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SugarCRM Launches Hint, 1st in Relationship Intelligence Line


SugarCRM has launched Hint, the first in its new line of relationship intelligence products. Hint users can enter a few contact details about a person with whom they want to connect, and Hint automatically will search social sources on the Web for information. That data, along with other details from a company’s internal files, will be served up to the user in a side-panel view. “Hint is the building block for future relationship intelligence product offerings, which will go deeper into AI,” said SugarCRM spokesperson Andrew Staples.

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Self-Driving Cars, AI Are Driving New Chip Designs

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At Computex this year, PCs shared top billing with a huge range of IoT products. Smartphones, which have dominated the show in other years, were much less emphasized.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/251006-self-driving-cars-artificial-intelligence-driving-new-chip-designs-smartphone-market-matures?source=Computing

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The 5 Most Important Announcements at Google I/O 2017

At I/O 2017, Google announced new products powered by machine learning, some big improvements to Assistant and Google Home, and it offered up a glimpse of the future of Android in your car.

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The original article can be found here: https://www.extremetech.com/mobile/249775-5-important-announcements-google-io-2017?source=Computing

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Free alternatives to Microsoft Word, Photoshop and more

For years, people have grumbled about the price of software. Adobe products have always been expensive, and many customers were agitated when the company shifted to “Creative Cloud,” which meant a monthly or annual subscription. Meanwhile, Microsoft Office is a staple for computers everywhere, but the price tag often irritates people who just want a decent word processor.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/20/free-alternatives-to-microsoft-word-photoshop-and-more.html

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Everspin unveils MRAM SSDs aimed at the storage accelerator market

Everspin is moving its MRAM into SSDs and commercial products. Is this the memory standard that will challenge NAND flash for dominance of the storage market?

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An Intel Atom C2000 bug is killing products from multiple manufacturers

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Intel’s Avoton and Rangeley server products appear to have a significant flaw that’s killing hardware years before its expected end-of-life.

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Apple unveils new MacBook Pros, but skips the iMac and Mac Pro

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Apple refreshed its MacBook Pro products yesterday, shifted the positioning of its older MacBook Pro SKUs, and introduced new hardware featuring AMD’s Polaris GPU. The Mac Pro, however, is still stuck on 3.5 year-old chips.

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Microsoft unveils new Core i7 Surface Book, all-in-one Surface Studio PC

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Microsoft announced multiple new Surface products yesterday, including the innovative Surface Studio and the updated Surface Book. The company’s hardware efforts have been plagued by bugs, errata, and issues — will this be the launch that finally goes smoothly?

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Apple claims more than 90 percent of ‘genuine’ Apple chargers sold on Amazon are fake

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Apple has filed suit against a company it accuses of falsely representing that its products are genuine Apple cables and adapters when they absolutely aren’t. Up to 90% of the “genuine” Apple cables and adapters sold on Amazon are estimated to be fake.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/237918-apple-claims-more-than-90-percent-of-genuine-apple-chargers-sold-on-amazon-are-fake?source=Computing

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New Apple AirPods: What You Need to Know

The strangest products introduced by Apple today at its glitzy San Francisco media event were the AirPods, a pair of wireless earbuds that aren’t connected to each other by a cord.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/09/07/new-apple-airpods-what-need-to-know.html

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Redefining the Vendor-Customer Relationship in the IoT


The advent of a brave new world of connected products and services in the Internet of Things is forcing organizations of all sizes across nearly every industry to reconsider how they will interact with their customers in the future. As a consequence, a growing number of companies are thinking about how they have to redefine their businesses to better serve their customers going forward. These ideas were showcased at the recent PTC LiveWorx conference in Boston. The event drew approximately 5,000 attendees.

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