Nvidia claims Pascal GPUs would challenge Google’s TensorFlow TPU in updated benchmarks


Nvidia doesn’t think Google’s TPU-versus-GPU comparison last week told the whole story on what its graphics cards can bring to the table. What changes when Pascal enters the picture?

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Google Roars Onto Auto Insurance Turf

Google last week launched an auto insurance rate comparison site in California. Mercury Insurance, MetLife and 21st Century Insurance are among the 14 firms already signed up as partners, and Google promises more will follow. Bolt Solutions last week announced that it too has joined up. “We have a Google Compare agreement with Google,” said Bolt spokesperson Chrissy Snyder. Bolt “can provide an on-ramp for carriers that want to participate,” and act as an agency to present insurance options to consumers through Google Compare, she said.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/81809.html?rss=1

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Auto Insurance? Just Google It

Google reportedly is gearing up to launch a shopping and comparison site for auto insurance in the United States. The company has been operating such a site in the UK, dubbed “Google Compare,” for the past two years. Although it apparently has been beset by delays, an entity called “Google Compare Auto Insurance Services Inc.” now is licensed to do business in 26 states, including California, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Texas, according to Ellen Carney, principal analyst for insurance eBusiness and channel strategy with Forrester.

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Alleged 5.5-inch 'iPhone 6' mockup compared to 4.7-inch dummy in new photos

A pair of photos published to Twitter on Saturday show a side-by-side comparison of mockups believed to be representative of Apple’s next-generation “iPhone 6” models, which are rumored to be coming in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen sizes.

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Video shows purported 'iPhone 6' case fits 6.1mm-thick iPod touch 'exactly'

After a supposed “leak” and comparison video, a case purportedly built for Apple’s iPhone 6 has been tested against a current generation iPod touch with surprising similarities including near-exact thickness and correct volume control placement.

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