Google Pixel 2 vs iPhone 8: The next generation of smartphone combat

Google Pixel 2 vs iPhone 8: The next generation of smartphone combat


Jaybird’s Run totally wireless earbuds are wire-free wonders for everyone

The market for totally wireless earbuds is really maturing fast, with many entries from both new and established companies. Jaybird recently joined the crowd, with its own Run earbuds. The Logitech-owned company has long been a really solid competitor when it comes to Bluetooth headphones, and its Freedom and X-line, and in fact made some of the very first wireless sport earbuds that proved… Read More by Darrell Etherington #TechCrunch #Microsoft #tech #gadgets #news

October 20, 2017 at 01:05PM

Emails demise raises security concerns about messaging

Email response times are getting faster, according to a report put out by the University of Southern California. People between the age of 20 and 35 respond within 16 minutes on average. The problem for email is that’s just not fast enough anymore. Today email is being replaced by rapid fire messaging services. These allow users to chat in free form and coordinate minute details at a higher speed and volume than other communication methods. Because there are so many varieties of messaging services it is hard to statistically describe average response rates and times, but we do know that…This story continues at The Next Web by George Beall #TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news

October 20, 2017 at 01:05PM

Google’s DeepMind achieves machine learning breakthroughs at a terrifying pace

It’s time to add “AI research” to the list of things that machines can do better than humans. Google’s Alpha Go, the computer that beat the world’s greatest human go player, just lost to a version of itself that’s never had a single human lesson. Google is making progress in the field of machine learning at a startling rate. The company’s AutoML recently dropped jaws with its ability to self-replicate, and DeepMind is now able to teach itself better than the humans who created it can. DeepMind is the machine behind both versions of Alpha Go, with the latest evolution…This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Google by Tristan Greene #TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news

October 20, 2017 at 01:05PM

Apple reportedly isn’t producing enough iPhone X units for first weekend sales

According to a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is still facing supply chain constraints for the upcoming iPhone X. The company will have around 2 to 3 million units before the launch on November 3rd, which shouldn’t be enough to meet demand. While Apple didn’t disclose exact numbers for first weekend sales last year, the company sold 13 million iPhone… Read More by Romain Dillet #TechCrunch #Microsoft #tech #gadgets #news

October 20, 2017 at 01:04PM

Know all your rival’s SEO secrets with Serpstat, now an extra 20% off

Rather than figuring out the keywords yourself that’ll send your web numbers surging, wouldn’t it be even better if you could get your competitors to help do the work for you? That’s the principle behind Serpstat…and right now, you can land a lifetime subscription to their ingenious and proven search improvement methods for $34.99 from TNW Deals. by TNW Deals #TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news

October 20, 2017 at 01:04PM

A designer has collected at least 66 (!!!) active versions of Facebook app’s navbar

Facebook is currently testing more than 60 versions of its navigation bar, the small icons on the bottom of your mobile screen. According to designer Luke Wroblewski — who gathered the data with the help of Twitter users — the navbar has at least 66 variations: if anyone (other than me) is still counting… now at 66 active versions of Facebook’s mobile nav: — Luke Wroblewski (@lukew) October 17, 2017 Facebook seems to be A/B testing its app with a ton of users. I’ve already gone through a few different navbars in the last couple of months, and…This story continues at The Next Web Or just read more coverage about: Facebook by Inés Casserly #TheNextWeb #Internet #tech #news

October 19, 2017 at 03:54PM

Romeo Power unveils its first consumer power packs

Romeo Power has just released what looks to be the mobile charging device of my dreams. Its wand-shaped “Saber,” using the company’s proprietary power management technology, is a compact little charger that seems ideal for keeping my three-year-old, busted-up MacBook running when I’m on the go. Read More by Jonathan Shieber #TechCrunch #Microsoft #tech #gadgets #news

October 19, 2017 at 03:24PM