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​Nvidia aims to run neural nets faster, more efficiently

Artificial intelligence is having a real impact on many industries. It now exceeds humans at some image recognition and speech recognition tasks, it is approaching human levels for language translation, and it is beating experts at all sorts of games. It is being used in medicine, media and entertainment, and security. And autonomous vehicles promise to drastically reduce the 1.3… Read more →

Diane Bryant has left Google after less than a year

Google Cloud COO Diane Bryant has left the company, Google confirms to ZDNet. As Business Insider first reported, Bryant’s departure comes only about seven months after she joined Google. “We are grateful for the contributions she made while at Google and we wish her the best in her next pursuit,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement. Bryant moved to… Read more →

Seagate unveils new BarraCuda SSD

Seagate expands its storage offerings with the new BarraCuda SSD. Must read: Don’t buy these Apple products (July 2018 edition) The BarraCuda SSD will be offered in four capacities ranging from 250GB to 2TB, and is being positioned as an upgrade drive for desktops, all-in-one systems, laptops, and home servers. The BarraCuda SSD is equipped with the SATA 6Gb/s interface… Read more →

Turbo boost your old Mac with high-performance OWC components

Hardware Seven challenges facing the tech industry Source Article from boost your old Mac with high-performance OWC components blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNet×144.png

​Voice and the next generation of CRM adoption

When it comes to the enterprise software space, CRM is large and in charge. According to Gartner, worldwide CRM software revenue last year closed in on the $40 billion mark ($39.5 billion to be exact) and overtook database software spending ($36.8 billion) for the top spot for the first time. Not only is it number one, but CRM is also… Read more →

​The Linux Mint desktop continues to lead the rest

Installing Linux on your PC is super easy – here’s how to do it I will show that it’s possible to install, configure, and use this Linux distribution with absolutely no command-line access. Read More You can keep your Windows 10 and macOS High Sierra. For me, Linux Mint 19 is not only the best Linux desktop, it’s the best… Read more →