Nvidia to train 100,000 developers on deep learning AI
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Courses in healthcare, robotics, self-driving cars, financial services and more

During Nvidia’s annual GPU Technology Conference this week in San Jose, California, company officials mentioned that efforts are currently underway to train over 100,000 developers in machine learning and artificial intelligence through its Deep Learning Institute.

Android O Beta program arrives later this month
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Notification Channels, Background Limits, Pro Audio and more

Android, the world’s most used mobile operating system, is getting an update from Nougat to a new item on the dessert menu labeled “O" for now, with the first public beta arriving for Nexus and Pixel owners later this month.

Google confirms death of Octane
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No longer useful because developers cheat


Google has killed off its widely-used Octane JavaScript benchmark saying that it's no longer a useful way for browser developers to determine how best to optimise their JavaScript engines.

UK finance industry blighted by poor code
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Developers just not interested

Code penned for the finance industry, particularly in the UK is pants according to a new study.

AMD says that developers need to get a better handle on Ryzen
Published in Processors


Performance differences  are more of a software issue


As the reviews of Ryzen came out, it is pretty clear that there are some test scenarios where Intel chips work slightly better, and AMD claims that is due to coding problems.

Apple revamps App store
Published in Mobiles


Developers claim it is still too vampy

The Tame Apple Press is telling the world how happy developers are now that it has revamped its App store and reduced the fees it forces them to pay. However speaking to a few Apple developer, it appears that things still are not good in the Walled Garden of Delights.

Qualcomm releases new Connected Car Platform
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Ready for proto-typing

Qualcomm has released its Connected Car Reference Platform so that the car industry to build prototypes for the next-generation connected car.

Apple looking at cheaper Indian developers
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Need to sort out software failures

In a bid to sort out Apple’s falling software standards problem, Jobs’ Mob CEO Tim Cook is looking to India.

Apple press blames Chinese for its security mess
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It is not our fault

The Tame Apple Press after playing down the security mess which was the mass infection of the Apple Store, is now claiming it was not Jobs' Mob's fault.

LinkIt maker tracks water supply
Published in Wearables


Playdrop monitors your water usage with IoT 

Playdrop is set to become the Dropbox of the water supply monitoring business.