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YouTube is starting to roll out a new feature on iOS that will allow viewers to scroll left or left to navigate between videos for Android devices later this year.

Tapping is so much last year. That's why YouTube started offering a new way to navigate mobile video: just a swipe. The new feature, known to employees under its internal name "swipey watch," has been under development for two years,… Continue Reading →

Plex is in talks to offer advertising-supported movies and more premium subscriptions starting this year, through Roku and Amazon Prime Video channels

The multimedia software manufacturer Plex is preparing to face the Roku Channel and Amazon Prime video channels, probably this year. The company is in talks with rights holders and content providers, with the goal of offering free, advertising-funded movies on… Continue Reading →

During the test between FTC and Qualcomm, Tony Blevins, head of supply chain at Apple, describes "Project Antique," the company's search for a second modems provider starting in 2013.

(Reuters) – Apple Inc. (AAPL.O) has had talks with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) and MediaTek Inc. (2454.TW) as well as the existing supplier Intel Corp (INTC.O) to provide chips of 5G modem for the 2019 iPhones, according to the… Continue Reading →

China's Internet censorship approves new regulations for start-up blockchain, requiring registration of users' names, censorship of content, etc., starting Feb. 15.

The Chinese Internet censorship agency has approved a set of rules for blockchain service providers in the country that will come into effect in mid-February. The Chinese Cyberspace Administration (CAC) released its new "Blockchain Information Services Management Regulation" on Thursday,… Continue Reading →

Starting in February, Twitter will broadcast the second part of some NBA games by focusing on a player selected by users.

Twitter does not broadcast NBA games, but will broadcast soon rooms NBA games – but not the pieces you usually watch on television from traditional NBA broadcast partners such as Turner and ESPN. Instead of broadcasting a complete game with… Continue Reading →

Alienware Unveils Area-51m, an ultra-powerful gaming laptop with a 17.3 "1080p screen designed to allow users to swap coins, starting at $ 2,549

Alienware needed to repair the gaming laptop. Today's laptops are not broken in themselves: they are thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever before. But like game desktop computers have become increasingly explosive and overloaded, most mobile machines are focusing… Continue Reading →

Look at Finland's strategy to become a leader in the field of practical applications of AI, starting with a grassroots program to teach 1% of its population the basics of IT. IA

HELSINKI – Jaana Partanen is not a geek of AI programming. Just one year ago, the 59-year old dentist from the Finnish city of Mikkeli had no idea what to do with terms like "machine learning" or "neural networks" "…. Continue Reading →

AMD's first AMD Chromebook comes with a 15.6-inch display, AMD A4 or A6 processors, integrated Radeon graphics cards and up to 8GB of RAM, starting at $ 280.

Acer's Chromebook 315 continues the tradition of affordable, fascinating Chromebooks with several points of interest. It's Acer's first Chromebook with an AMD processor and integrated Radeon graphics. It's also a relatively gigantic Chromebook, with a 15.6-inch screen (most have screens… Continue Reading →

HP announces its Chromebook 14, its first AMD-based Chromebook with a 14 "screen, an AMD A4 / A6 processor, an integrated Radeon R4 / R5 graphics processor and 4GB of RAM, starting at $ 269

HP's new Chromebooks for CES 2019 include the very first AMD-based model, the HP Chromebook 14 (db0020nr). Coming up later this month (just before the AMD-powered Acer Chromebook 315 in February) at a starting price of $ 269, it uses… Continue Reading →

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