Apple iPhone X A11 chip to have six CPU cores

The quick leak of the iOS 11 Gold Master is like the gift that keeps giving. As developers go through this treasure trove of information, more interesting tidbits relating to iOS 11 and the 2017 iPhone models get disseminated. This particular bit of information has to do with the Apple A11 system…

Link: Apple iPhone X A11 chip to have six CPU cores
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Apple’s new wearables advance Tuesday with Apple Watch S3, AirPods 2

Next Tuesday, Apple is expected to unveil its largest array of new product introductions ever, ranging from iPhone 8—and a premium new iPhone X—to a new 4K/HDR Apple TV, new Apple Watch Series revamped AirPods and the company’s new HomePod appliance—as well as its new Apple Park campus. Here’s why it all matters—focusing on wearables.

Link: Apple’s new wearables advance Tuesday with Apple Watch S3, AirPods 2
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Why apps will never win the augmented reality war

Augmented reality (AR) is one of the hottest topics on this year’s biztech agenda. Investors and marketers are clamouring to predict what’s next and ensure they’re keeping a step ahead of the competition. But with developments coming thick and fast, what will finally take AR to the next level? Over the past decade, AR has already moved from being employed by marketers as an attention-grabbing gimmick to something accepted as a given.

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Scalability vs Price Challenge in Cloud

Aug. 27, 2017 12:00 PM. There are several reasons why businesses migrate their operations to the cloud. Scalability and price are among the most important factors determining this transition. Unlike legacy systems, cloud-based businesses can scale on demand. The database and applications in the cloud are not rendered simply from one server located in your headquarters, but are instead distributed across several servers across the world.

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Twitter is testing a tweetstorm feature on Android

What do you do when 140 characters just aren’t enough to express your ideas on Twitter? Launch into a full-on tweetstorm, of course. While it’s fairly easy to do already, the company is looking to make it even easier with a new feature it’s testing in its Android app.
For those out of the loop, a…

Link: Twitter is testing a tweetstorm feature on Android
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Augmented Reality Gaming Using A Mobile Device

This application is a continuation of U.patent application Ser. No. 15/165,895 filed May 26, 2016, entitled SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUGMENTED REALITY GAMING USING A MOBILE DEVICE; which is a continuation of U.patent application Ser. No. 14/458,655 filed Aug. 13, 2014, entitled SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUGMENTED REALITY GAMING USING A MOBILE DEVICE, now U.Pat.

Link: Augmented Reality Gaming Using A Mobile Device
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Backup Android Device to PC or Google

Your Android phone hanging more frequently or buying a new android device or are you the person who has the high chance to drop your phone from pocket or accidentally pour water on android phone. Oops, then you may have one main worry that is about losing your phone data, missed Android contacts…

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