Amazon and Google fight crucial battle over voice recognition

Amazon and Google fight crucial battle over voice recognition

The retail giant has a threatening lead over its rival with the Echo and Alexa, as questions remain over how the search engine can turn voice technology into revenue Google always thrive in the fourth quarter as people get out their wallets for Christmas. Both companies or in Googles case, its parent group, Alphabet are […]

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Microsoft Launches Surface Studio At Windows 10 Event

Microsoft Launches Surface Studio At Windows 10 Event

Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing demonstrates the new Microsoft Surface Studio computer at a live event in the Manhattan borough of New York City, Oct. 26, 2016. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson) Microsoft unveiled its Surface Studio device and a host of new 3D tools at its Windows 10 event Wednesday. The Surface Studio is […]

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Microsoft unveils Surface Studio in bid for creative professionals

Microsoft unveils Surface Studio in bid for creative professionals

The $3,000 computer is marketed to professionals as Microsoft shifts focus to technology that enables profound creation Microsoft is getting artsy. The tech giant unveiled tools for artists and designers on Tuesday in Manhattan, including a smartphone app that allows users to scan 3D images of everyday objects and move them around in virtual or […]

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Microsoft Is More Male Than Last Year, Insists This Is Progress

Microsoft Is More Male Than Last Year, Insists This Is Progress

Back in December, Microsofts chief executive publicly vowed to do better at diversity. The company, like its rivals in the tech industry, is overwhelmingly white and male. We will make progress every year towards building a more diverse workforce, CEO Satya Nadella told shareholders. The overall percentage of women the company employs declined to 27 percent […]

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90:9:1  the odd ratio that technology keeps creating

90:9:1 the odd ratio that technology keeps creating

Mozilla has killed off its Firefox OS, leaving the mobile OS market dominated by Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Will technology always follow the same pattern? What do operating systems, browsers and search engines all have in common? It seems to be a ratio of 90:9:1 between the key players. One player dominates; then others […]

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