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Mozilla promises a next-gen Firefox engine that will deliver huge improvements

Mozilla’s Firefox chief promised massive leaps in the web browser’s performance via “Project Quantum,” an entirely new web engine that will power Firefox beginning in 2017. Quantum, according to David Bryant, the head of platform engineering at Mozilla, will take full advantage of modern PC and mobile hardware, exploiting parallelism to run processes across multiple cores and the GPU. Quantum ... Read More »

Autonomous delivery bots will soon stroll the streets of Washington D.C.

The pilot delivery program is slated to begin sometime in the next 4-6 weeks. A test run of Starship Technologies’ delivery robot on the streets of San Francisco on September 27, 2016. Credit: Martyn Williams COMMENTS Magdalena Petrova IDG News Service Oct 13, 2016 2:42 PM Some Washington, D.C., residents may soon be sharing the streets with Starship Technologies’ delivery ... Read More »

Report says Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will launch in Q1 2017

If you recall, there were rumors earlier this year that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be made official in September. The rumors seemed true after the South Koren company’s Columbian website effectively confirmed that the tablet will be launched sometime early September. However sadly, as we all know, that didn’t happen. And now, it looks like the tablet won’t ... Read More »

HTC retail stores will provide warranty service in India for Google’s Pixel phones

Google has partnered up with HTC stores in India to provide after-sales warranty service for Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, which are now up for pre-order in India on Flipkart starting at RS 57,000. ”We have partnered with HTC India for after sales service in 56 walk-in service centeres in over 30 cities,” – A Google spokesperson This kind ... Read More »

HP Elite x3 will be available through Microsoft’s brick and mortar stores starting next week

Microsoft has revealed that the HP Elite x3 smartphone will be available for purchase from its brick and mortar stores starting next week – October 10 to be precise. The device has only been available through online channels so far. The revelation was made by Peter Han, VP of OEM Worldwide Marketing at Microsoft. Over 100 physical Microsoft stores will ... Read More »

Will world be able to meet 68.8 million teachers demand by 2030? Check more details of UNESCO report here

On the occasion of World Teachers’ Day, the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) released a report stating that there is a need to recruit millions of teachers in order to provide quality universal primary and secondary education by 2030, which is the deadline of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The UNESCO Institute for Statistics launched its ... Read More »

Motorola posts full list of phones that will get Android 7.0 Nougat update

After confirming Android 7.0 for a few of its devices last month, Motorola has now posted the full list of its smartphones that the company says will get the Nougat update. The list includes the 4th Gen Moto G, G Plus and G Play, as well as Moto X Pure Edition (3rd Gen), Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto ... Read More »

T-Mobile will resume Samsung Galaxy Note7 sales starting tomorrow

T-Mobile – one of the Big Four carriers in the US – has announced that it will resume sales ofthe Samsung Galaxy Note7 in the country beginning October 5 (tomorrow). The phablet will be available for purchase through the carrier’s website as well as offline stores. With this, the magenta carrier joins Sprint and Verizon who have been selling the ... Read More »

New,rumor,says,Xiaomi,Mi,Note,2,will,arrive,in,November

Shortly after reputed Chinese analyst Pan Jiutang said that the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will be made official towards the end of next month, a new rumor has cropped up, suggesting a November unveiling for the device. The rumor – which came in the form of a Weibo post – also revealed some of the handset’s key specifications, including 5.7-inch ... Read More »

How the new age of antivirus software will protect your PC

Antivirus software ain’t what it used to be. The sneaky, sophisticated security threats your PC faces now have gone far beyond what traditional software can do. The future of protecting your PC will require a multi-pronged approach involving vigilant updates, bug bounties, and artificial intelligence. Like any software, antivirus is susceptible to bugs. Earlier this summer, Google’s Project Zero discovered serious ... Read More »