For the first time in history mobile video games outperform PC Gaming and consoles

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It is no surprise that more and more people devote hours and money to have games on their smartphones, something that purists are not quite agree. But today it’s about writing numbers, numbers that are surprising the entire video game industry, showing enviable health as being the most profitable, and showing a promising future. Today the market research firm Super data Research is published a study of income for the…

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The Future Of Online Gaming

The world of online games is evolving and online games have been a great success since the rise of the Internet began in the mid-nineties. A key factor of the notoriety of this platform is the ease of use; it only requires a computer and an Internet connection. There are plenty of free online games where you can compete with other players in a virtual way. Today not only can…

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A new project ensures that it is possible to develop batteries based on diamonds and nuclear waste

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Yes, we have reached a point where there are so many projects seeking an evolution in batteries that is easy to miss, if ever, these projects are the only way to study and experiment in order to pave the way to an improvement in these components. Today it has emerged one of those developments that seem taken from a science fiction novel, as they promise almost eternal battery autonomy based…

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Artificial Intelligence Google no longer needs us to create our own encryption

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The Deep Learning represents an intimate mode of functioning of the human nervous system approach, and applies to artificial intelligence systems to be able to learn to do things for themselves. This is becoming a key technology to process massive amounts of data served by Big Data, but its evolution is beginning to achieve surprising quotas, and even a little disturbing. A team of Google Brain, the draft deep learning…

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Shares of Alphabet (Google) reach a record high and growth is unstoppable

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Alphabet is one of the strongest technology companies in the world, and this is confirmed in its latest financial results relating to the third quarter of 2016 ended on 30 September. The figures presented are impressive Google bought shown with the previous year, which has caused shares have soared to a record high for the company. In short, Google is reporting revenues of 22,451 million, i.e. an increase of 20%…

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Google and Facebook will build the fastest in the Pacific submarine cable 120 Tbps

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It’s funny how the data in the cloud are possible thanks to cables found at the bottom of the ocean, a solution that is growing dramatically because increasingly require more bandwidth and higher speed. Today it has more than 1,000 million meters of submarine cable on our planet, but this is not enough, so we have already seen projects as TIDE, where Microsoft and Facebook have teamed up to install…

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AirGig: Broadband internet over power lines as an evolution to fiber

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We are living in a time where we will witness the next generation change mobile connections , many companies are working on different solutions and implementations that seek to make the 5G the next big revolution towards a more connected world, where not only mobile devices take advantage of these connections but also other objects like cars, infrastructure and more. Everyone sees in 5G future of mobile connections, making domestic…

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Samsung uses the neural chip TrueNorth to create a camera that emulates the human retina

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IBM had created its TrueNorth processor based on the structure of the human brain, and creating with its 4096-neurosynaptic cores and 5.4 billion transistors similar to the neural structure. All with a with only 0,063 watts consumption, a fraction of what current domestic consume CPU. Now Samsung has taken this chip-brain and adapted it to work with your Dynamic Vision Sensor, a photo sensor that works similarly to the human…

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