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AMD unveils new flash-based memory to dramatically boost graphics performance


Advanced Micro Devices unveiled its new Radeon Solid State Graphics Technology to help speed the performance of workstation graphics.

AMD fires back at Nvidia with workstation graphics chip for pro designers


Advanced Micro Devices unveiled its new Radeon Pro WX series of graphics cards for professional workstation users.

Pokémon Go is at 75 million downloads as it sets more records


Niantic Labs’ John Hanke will be delivering a fireside chat for AR/VR day (augmented reality/virtual reality) at GamesBeat 2016.

Personalization: Walmart’s weapon in surpassing Amazon in ecommerce traffic — and growing sales by $2 billion (VB Live)


VB LIVE: As VP of marketing, Brian Monahan bumped Walmart.com past Amazon as the second-most highly trafficked in ecommerce (even past eBay).

Amazon wins approval for U.K. drone delivery tests


Amazon today said that it’s gotten permission from the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority and other groups to start running tests in the domain of delivering products using unmanned aerial vehicles, better known as drones.

How chatbots and machine intelligence will help recruiters


Recruiting is one of those activities in business that takes time and effort, but sometimes doesn’t produce the desired results.

Samsung brings its Gear 360 VR camera to Lollapalooza


Samsung is bringing its Gear 360 virtual reality camera to this year’s Lollapalooza festival. Attendees will be able to purchase one of the limited number of 360-degree recording devices the company will have on hand for $349.99.

Why Sonic Mania matters more than the next ‘real’ Sonic game


OPINION: Late Friday night, Sega showed off trailers for two new Sonic games to celebrate the franchise’s 25th anniversary during the San Diego Comic-Con.

Google open-sources Omnitone library for decoding spatial audio on the web


Google today announced that it has open-sourced Omnitone, a piece of software that developers can use to incorporate spatial audio into websites.

Pokémon Go developer’s first game, Ingress, surges in Japan


Niantic Labs’ John Hanke will be delivering a fireside chat for AR/VR day (augmented reality/virtual reality) at GamesBeat 2016.

3 lessons learned while building the Zootopia chatbot


GUEST: Bots are a raging success. Brands such as Kayak, NBA, Fandango, Sephora, Barclay, and CNN collectively brought hundreds of bots into the world, spanning many different industries, from travel and entertainment to shopping and banking.

Cyanogen CEO denies pivot to apps and emphasizes ‘open Android’ mission… using an iPhone


Cyanogen CEO and co-founder Kirt McMaster today used Twitter for iPhone to clarify that his company is not pivoting towards apps and that it will remain an OS company.

Nvidia claims its new chip is the ‘world’s fastest GPU’ for game and VR design


Nvidia announced today the Quadro P6000 graphics card for workstations, using the “world’s fastest GPU,” or graphics processing unit.

How Overwatch’s new hero, Ana, can kick people from games


It’s time for your nap, and that means no more Overwatch. The sniper Ana from Overwatch can use her sleep dart to make opponents pass out for a short amount of time, but a squad of three Anas can use this capability to put someone to sleep permanently.

Google Maps gets a cleaner look and ‘areas of interest’ feature


Google Maps has received an update that should improve its usefulness in helping you explore your surroundings.

Google Maps gets a cleaner look and ‘areas of interest’ feature


Google Maps has received an update that should improve its usefulness in helping you explore your surroundings.

5 chatbots you should try this week: Joy, Pokémon Go, and more


Niantic Labs’ John Hanke will be delivering a fireside chat for AR/VR day (augmented reality/virtual reality) at GamesBeat 2016.

Zenefits paying $62,500 fine from Tennessee agency, will keep operating in the state


Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) is announcing today that it’s making human resources and insurance service provider Zenefits pay a $62,500 fine after the startup’s employees sold insurance to companies without having proper licenses.

Connected car startup Automile drives home $6.2 million


Automile, an Internet of Things startup that helps companies manage their vehicle fleets, announced today that it secured a $6.2 million investment.

Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius summons 5 million players in the West


Final Fantasy’s latest mobile adventure is off to a good start after expanding outside of Japan. Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius, a free-to-play role-playing game from Square Enix and Gumi, released in Western markets last month.


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