CPU sales of AMD in Japan

A recent report stated that AMD’s processor sales are fast-tracking in Japan, reaching 68.6% of direct sales. Although it’s been known for some time now that AMD is making progress in some regions such as Germany, data from other regions have been slow to collect. Recently, data for both direct CPU sales (like ordering a CPU

A new definition of Terrorist Organizations

Facebook disclosed a series of transformations to check and limit hate speech and extremism on its site, as scrutiny is growing on how the social network may be radicalizing people. The company commenced its announcements by stating it would expand and develop its definition of terrorist organizations, adding that it planned to implement artificial intelligence to be

Growth of the IoT market in the US

Internet of Things (IoT) is a system consisting of interconnected computing devices, machines etc.which have unique identifiers and can pass information or data over a network without needing human-to-human or computer-to-human communication. As per the “US Internet of Things (IoT) Market by Component, By Communication Technology, By End Use Industry, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2012 – 2022”, the market of IoT in the US is expected to increase at a CAGR of more than 14% over a span of

Japan bans Huawei and ZTE networking hardware

If 5G equipment bans from the United States, Australia, and New Zealand weren’t enough this year, Huawei will end 2018 on an even worse note: Kyodo News reports that Japan’s government has made a decision to block the Chinese company and its smaller rival ZTE from network hardware procurement. Not inadvertently, Canadian authorities are publicly considering a similar ban after last week’s

US blacklists Chinese AI companies

A group of Chinese AI and facial recognition companies have been added to a US blacklist quoting rights abuses against Muslims in Xinjiang. The “entity list” of the US government consists of 28 Chinese companies. The list forbids American companies from continuing any associations with them. The US government said the companies were blacklisted as

China’s National Security Issues

China’s national security issues – from Taiwan to the South China Sea and food security – might be at stake as the United States magnifies the trade war, according to some of Beijing’s most proficient US hands. Beijing has long asserted that national interests were at the heart of its main differences with Washington in

Tesla introduces new features in cars to keep pets cool

With the newest over-the-air update, Tesla has rolled out a couple of very convenient features, some we’re amazed took automakers until 2019 to discover and develop. These features use the many existing sensors and cameras in Tesla cars to offer new safety and convenience options that owners should find quite useful. The first is Dog Mode: With the