Western Digital Corp. (NASDAQ: WDC) today introduced the iNAND® 7350 storage solution, the company’s most advanced and highest capacity embedded flash drive (EFD) to date. Leveraging Western Digital’s 3D NAND and unique and highly intelligent, fourth-generation SmartSLC technology, iNAND 7350 delivers up to 256 gigabytes (GB)1 of reliable and responsive embedded storage that is ideal for data-rich applications and next-generation mobile experiences.
Facebook’s Telecom Infra Project (TIP) is already pulling in a significant proportion of the world’s telecommunications industry, just a year after it launched with the goal of dramatically cutting the cost of building networks needed to get the next billion users online. In that time, it has grown from five members to 450, and now encompasses technologies for delivering internet access by fiber, Wi-Fi, 2G and 4G networks, relay towers, drones, and satellites.
Aricent, a global design and engineering company, today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona announced the launch of Cognitive Services to enhance customer engagement and brand loyalty in a digital era. In collaboration with design and strategy leader, frog, Aricent offers customers a product life cycle approach to deliver AI-enabled products and services.
After almost 17 years since it was originally launched, the iconic Nokia 3310 is officially back in business. The classic phone earned almost legendary status in the early noughties for its incredible durability and ever-long battery life, making it an instant crowd-pleaser. Despite smartphone after smartphone being released to the public since then, customers reacted with giddy excitement when news of the 3310’s relaunch leaked earlier this year.
This is the first essay in our series of 10 Lessons From 10 Years Of The World’s Most Innovative Companies. There was a time when Google and Apple represented two very different, and opposed, models of technology. Googlers were the engineering brainiacs, adept with algorithms and champions of open-source, share-what-you-know code. Applers were design aesthetes, who kept their ideas behind guarded doors and only rolled out internally crafted, fully controlled end-to-end experiences.
IDG The new BlackBerry KEYone smartphone, unveiled Saturday, is the first smartphone to carry the brand that doesn’t come from BlackBerry. It will go on sale globally in April, said Nicolas Zibell, CEO of TCL Communication, the phone’s manufacturer and licensee of the brand , at a launch event in Barcelona on the eve of Mobile World Congress. Like the BlackBerries of old, the KEYone has a physical keyboard with raised keys.
The idea of using blockchain—the technology underpinning the bitcoin cryptocurrency—has gripped the imagination of financial institutions all over the world. One report from Spanish megabank Santander says banks could save up to $20 billion a year in infrastructure costs by replacing legacy plumbing with blockchains. But the big banks, brokerages, and other back-office purveyors have so far had little to show for their dreams except more consulting fees .
Sometime around 2013 and 2014, deep learning was going through a revolution that required pretty much everyone to reset their expectations as to how things worked, and leveled the playing field for what people were doing with computer vision. At least that’s the philosophy that Pinterest engineer Andrew Zhai and his team have taken, because around that time he and a few others began working on some internal moonlight project to build computer vision models within Pinterest.
FlipBuilder has announced the release of their latest & best flip book maker for Mac. The software will be a revolution in the world of digital publications as it will make the work easier for millions of individuals and thousands of publishers around the world. The company is known for its innovative approach in digital publishing industry and with this remarkable software, FlipBuilder has once again demonstrated its potential in transforming the world of online digital publications.
Once again, Apple turned out to be the biggest winner at The Straits Times Digital Awards. The Cupertino tech giant took home seven awards last year. This year, it garnered five awards. Four of those were Readers’ Choice awards decided by ST readers in an online poll last month. The Straits Times editorial team awarded the coveted Best Smartphone Editor’s Choice prize to the Apple iPhone 7. Canoncame in second to Apple with four awards.