Gaming smartphones release has become a new trend among the manufacturers of the top mobile gadgets. Razer, ZTE, and ASUS released smartphones for gaming, and in a short time the market will see a similar solution from the Doogee company.
Month: August 2018
The San Francisco research organization OpenAI Five held a Dota 2 tournament between the team of the best players and the self-created program. To everyone's surprise, the bots won. Stephen Walsh, one of the players: "They played, unlike anyone we've seen before."
The current week was an unsuccessful one for the Chinese manufacturers of Xiaomi and Huawei smartphones. At first, Xiomi were caught in adulteration of test results in the AnTuTu benchmark, and then Huawei decided to catch up his compatriots and gave away the fact that the pictures that were allegedly taken on a Huawei Nova 3i frontal camera were in fact taken with a help from DSLR professional camera.
According to experts' forecasts, Apple's annual presentation will take place on September 12th. And the closer the given date, the more information we learn about the company's plans.
The latest leaks from the headquarters in Cupertino say that in addition to iPhone 2018 and iOS 12, "The Apple men" will present to the world a budget-friendly Macbook, a professional model of Mac mini and Apple Watch Series 4.
Everyone knows that the range of Xiaomi products is extremely wide. A lot of things are produced under the company's brand, starting with laptops and smartphones, and ending with simple household items, for example, with a smart corkscrew. Today we want to talk about some products that will definitely surprise you with the fact that Xiaomi has taken on their production.
The World has recently come to know Google plans on returning to China. The search engine will be fully oriented on the PRC’s market in accordance with the Republic’s legislation and censorship. No disclaimer has been released.
We always knew that Google knows a lot of information about its users. According to Vanderbilt University professor Douglas Schmidt's calculations, each Android smartphone sends data to Google servers approximately 340 times a day (14 times in 60 minutes), while transmitting 4.5 MB of information. Here are some tips on how to take information about you from Google.