11 Oct 2019

1. OpsRamp beefs up alert capabilities with machine learning-based inference Hybrid cloud infrastructure management company OpsRamp Inc. today is updating its event management platform and intelligent correlation machine learning capabilities.In addition, the OpsRamp Fall 2019 also provides new multi-cloud infrastructure monitoring functions for Amazon Web Services Inc.’s and Google…

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09 Oct 2019

1. Artificial Compound Lens inspires by mosquito eye could lead to New Vision Systems Anyone who’s tried to swat a pesky mosquito knows how quickly the insects can evade a hand or fly swatter. The pests’ compound eyes, which provide a wide field of view, are largely responsible for…

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08 Oct 2019

1. Apple macOS Catalina is now available For years now, Apple’s been judicious with its macOS updates. Understandably so. Given the massive online outcry every time Facebook changes the placement of a button, it’s in UX designers’ best interest to keep changes gradual and subtle. These days, the overarching…

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07 Oct 2019

1. The winner of the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF 2019 is – Render In the very beginning, there were 20 startups. After two days of incredibly fierce competition, we now have a winner. Startups participating in the Startup Battlefield have all been hand-picked to participate in our highly…

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03 Oct 2019

1. Windows 10X introduced by Microsoft for dual-screen devices At its annual Surface hardware event in New York, Microsoft today announced the expected set of updates to its existing hardware lineup. The biggest surprise, though, was surely the announcement of the company’s dual-screen Surface Neo, which will go on…

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01 Oct 2019
Startup NEWS

1. Rolls-Royce announces the first cohort of its Startup Accelerator Programme The final startups were identified through a rigorous selection process, wherein they were evaluated on the basis of their ideas, capabilities and project fitment. The program will help accelerate data innovation and drive opportunities for collaborative disruption with…

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27 Sep 2019
Next Generation Robots

1. Alibaba increases AI capabilities with homemade Hanguang 800 chip Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. today pulled back the curtains on the Hanguang 800, a homegrown chip optimized for artificial intelligence that already helps power some of its services. The Chinese e-commerce firm joins an existing list of tech giants…

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26 Sep 2019

1. Facebook launches Horizon, a massive-multiplayer VR world Facebook today announced it’s building its own Ready Player One Oasis. Facebook Horizon is a virtual reality sandbox universe where you can build your own environments and games, play and socialize with friends or just explore the user-generated landscapes. This is Facebook’s…

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25 Sep 2019

1. A new 5,000-Qubit Quantum Computer by D-Wave Quantum computing company D-Wave Systems Inc. today revealed that it has sold the first of its next-generation, 5,000-qubit machines to the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The new machine is named “Advantage” because, D-Wave said, it gives organizations a significant edge over competitors…

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24 Sep 2019

1. Facebook acquires startup building neural monitoring armband CTRL-labs developed a noninvasive neural interface that is pitched as fundamentally reimagining how humans and machines collaborate. The company’s technology allows developers to address issues of immersion and control in the fields of X Reality, robotics, productivity, and clinical research. CTRL-labs’ main…

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