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observing your telephone? the subsequent ARM chips are just for you

ou’re probable spending greater time along with your telephone, and ARM’s observed. The organization in the back of the architecture probably the greatest maximum mobile processors has created its subsequent–generation chip designs for sustained excessive performance and longer batteryexistence. ARM is saying the Cortex-A73 CPU at Computex in Taipei on Monday. Chips based totally at the designmight be a touch ... Read More »

Google’s CEO just referred to as the next wave in computing, and it is now not VR

each decade or so, a brand new era of computing comes alongside that shapes the entirety we do. a good deal of the 90s was about client-server and home windows desktops. with the aid of the aughts, theinternet had taken over and each commercial carried a URL. Then came the iPhone, and we’re inside themidst of a decade defined with ... Read More »

The market just saw a near-term bottom: Acampora

Stocks are beginning to catch spring fever. The Dow and S&P 500 closed at their highest level since Jan. 6 on Tuesday, fueled by a massive rally in the financial and technology sectors. The S&P has now bounced 9 percent from its recent low, and that has one veteran technician, calling for a near-term bottom. On CNBC’s “Futures Now” Tuesday, ... Read More »

Measured in snacks, consumer spending is just fine

The U.S. consumer is relatively financially healthy, despite turmoil in stock markets — at least if you measure in gas station snacks, according to one PepsiCo executive. “The U.S. consumer is doing just fine,” Hugh Johnston, Pepsi’s vice chairman and chief financial officer, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Thursday. Thanks in part to lower gas prices and improved employment, ... Read More »

VR just got serious and you should be paying attention

If you haven’t been paying much attention to virtual reality, now might be a good time to start. In a series of announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, some of the biggest names in smartphones, consumer electronics and social media have given the technology a major boost. It’s too early to tell whether the new cameras, smartphones, ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S7 camera to protrude just 0.8mm

Seasoned leakster OnLeaks has outed a couple of schemanics, which show that Samsung has made subtle changes to the back design of the Galaxy S7 compared to the Galaxy Note5. Both phones have slightly curved backs, but whereas the Galaxy Note5 sports curves only on the left and right sides, the Galaxy S7 will sport them from each side on ... Read More »

Microsoft Lumia 850 photographed in the wild, looks just like the renders

The Microsoft Lumia 850 starred in a few 3D renders late last year, but now there are photos of the actual device. There was a lot of uncertainty about the screen size, but the latest info points to 5.4″ in size. Above it is a front-facing flash and what is probably an iris scanner for Windows Hello. Microsoft Lumia 850 ... Read More »

Cramer: What the heck just happened to Clorox?

Jim Cramer was shocked by the action on Clorox on Thursday. The company reported a solid earnings beat and raised full-year guidance for 2016, yet the stock was slammed hard, down almost 5 percent in a single session. What the heck just happened to Clorox? “I think largely it was because of a broad rotation out of consumer products stocks ... Read More »

Pending home sales rise just 0.1% in December

A lack of homes for sale is keeping potential buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose just 0.1 percent in December from a downwardly revised November reading, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Taking the revision into account, sales were flat. Only the Northeast, likely due to warmer-than-average weather, saw gains. These so-called ‘pending’ home ... Read More »

Pending home sales rise just 0.1% in December

A lack of homes for sale is keeping potential buyers at bay. Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose just 0.1 percent in December from a downwardly revised November reading, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Taking the revision into account, sales were flat. Only the Northeast, likely due to warmer-than-average weather, saw gains. These so-called ‘pending’ home ... Read More »