movidius_fathom_01Movidius has just launched the Fathom Neural Compute Stick, a computer dedicated to using Deep Learning training on ultra-mobile, low-power, platforms such as drones other embedded applications where every milliwatt of power, and every gram of weight, counts. Read full post →Movidius Fathom: A USB Stick A.I Supercomputer


BlackBerry Messenger users on BlackBerry 10-powered devices have been able to make video calls for quite some time now, but this feature hasn’t been expanded to iOS and Android users as yet, even though they now form a significant chunk of the messaging service’s user base. That changes today as a new update of BBM for Android has been released which finally brings the video chat feature in beta.

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Forza Motorsport 6 Apex

Microsoft today confirmed that the open beta for Forza Motorsport 6: Apex for Windows 10 is going to be released very soon, in the first week of May actually. This spin-off title has been developed specifically for Windows 10 and it represents the first step in the future of the Forza franchise on Windows 10 PCs. The game brings a focused and curated single-player tour of Forza Motorsport’s best content.

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A new report claims that Google is in “late stage talks” with Fiat Chrysler for a potential partnership on its self-driving car project. The report comes merely a day after one of the company’s X division executives said that the self-driving car project is close to graduating from Google’s moonshot division. It’s said that Google and Fiat Chrysler might agree to a technical partnership, the companies obviously haven’t confirmed anything yet.

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Microsoft’s mobile platform faces one problem that iOS and Android don’t: apps. Developers just don’t prioritize its platform when they’re making apps, just like they don’t prioritize BlackBerry 10 OS. This is why it’s understandable why Instagram for Windows Phone was not updated even though it was first released about two and a half years ago. Today, Instagram for Windows 10 has finally been released, giving users a much better way to use the photo-sharing service.

For a very long time, Windows Phone users have had to use third-party apps to use Instagram, that’s because the official app didn’t allow video uploads. If they wanted to upload videos they needed to use a third-party app.

The new app that has been released today finally brings the ability to upload videos to Windows 10 Mobile. It even provides users with access to direct messages, something that also wasn’t available on the previous application.

Instagram for Windows 10 now has feature parity with its iOS and Android counterparts, since the app even comes with the Explore feature and the ability to switch between multiple accounts without having to sign out and sign in every time.

The only caveat here is that this app is only for Windows 10 Mobile, so if you’re an older device that hasn’t been updated to the latest iteration of Windows for mobile, you’re out of luck. Instagram for Windows 10 Mobile is now live in the Windows Store.


For years, Elon Musk has been arguing for his private space company SpaceX to be treated in the same manner as Boeing and Lockheed Martin. The two giants effectively had a monopoly on military launches but that has finally been broken as the United States Air Force has reportedly given SpaceX its first military launch contract. Reuters reports that this $83 million contract will see SpaceX launch the next GPS satellite into orbit.

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You might not remember that back in October last year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his company was “all in on Windows 10.” Facebook has created a couple of new apps for the operating system which have been under beta testing for a few months now and today they have finally been released to the public. The new Facebook and Messenger apps for Windows 10 are now available for all users.

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HP’s latest Chromebook is a stunner. It comes with respectable specifications packaged in an all-metal body which lends a premium look and feel to the Chromebook. It also happens to be the first Chromebook to be powered by Intel’s Core m Skylake processors so it also boasts pretty decent specifications. HP introduced this new device at an event earlier today at Google’s New York office.

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It was reported just last week that Steam could soon allow gamers to pay for their purchases using Bitcoin and the confirmation has come through today. Bitcoin is now an acceptable payment method on Steam so it’s possible to pay for games purchased online using this cryptocurrency. To accept the cryptocurrency as a form of payment, Valve has teamed up with processing service BitPay.

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In October last year, The New York Times teamed up with Google to ship more than one million Google Cardboard VR viewers to its home delivery subscribers with a copy of The New York Times. The iconic scribe is doing this once again. It has confirmed that in conjunction with a new VR experience that’s going to be published in The New York Times, it’s going to team up with Google again to ship 300,000 Cardboard viewers.

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