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Windows Core OS Phones Andromeda and Polaris

Andromeda is only one of the CShell composers developed for Windows Core OS, the composer for a new device family dual-screen devices, a dual-screen mobile device codenamed Andromeda that would launch as early as 2018. The rumored Surface Journal Phone could include Phone and Andromeda composers, and even Polaris the codename of the Desktop composer.… Read More »

Artificial intelligence may become a human rights issue

Safiya Umoja Noble, a professor at the University of Southern California and author discusses the ways in which algorithms are biased and perpetuate racism. She calls this data a discrimination. Noble’s book came out this month, but she’s already working on her next research project. Noble is currently exploring artificial intelligence and its potential negative… Read More »

A Chrome OS Running on an Acer tablet Leak

The unique OS is officially enjoying growing Android app support and on its way to a new Android-inspired, touch-friendly UI update, it appears to be expanding on to tablets as well. An unannounced Acer tablet, running Chrome OS was posted online by Alister Payne an attendee at the BETT education expo in London. Up until… Read More »

The Galaxy S9 duo Images have leaked

The phones feature largely the same design as last year’s S8 and S8+ but have slightly thinner bezels, especially at the bottom. The S9 and S9+ are also said to differ much more from each other than the S8 and S8+ did. Specification leak: The 6.2-inch S9+ will get 6GB RAM and 128GB storage while… Read More »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 specs leaked

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 specs leaked by China’s 3C. Xiaomi is actually preparing two entirely new versions of the Redmi Note 5 that will come with a dual camera. According to a 3C listing, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will have a Snapdragon 636, paired with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. The screen… Read More »

Chrome adds option to mute entire websites

Google is rolling out Chrome 64 for all platforms with a new feature and that future is You can now mute entire websites, so you never have to deal with the audio controls the next time you open the site. Just right click on the tab and and select ‘Mute site’ to permanently mute it.… Read More »

Chrome 64 on Android prevents ads from opening new tabs

This is slightly different from pop-up blocking, where usually an ad will break out of its iframe, called frame busting, and take hold of the browser navigation and redirect the user to sites where you usually see messages like your device has virus or some other call to action. This new change should prevent ads… Read More »

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