Tag Archives: next

New Siri sibling Viv may be next step in AI evolution

Viv is an artificial intelligence (AI) platform built by Dag Kittlaus and Adam Cheyer, the creators of the AI behind Apple’s Siri, the most well-known digital assistant in the world. Siri is known for answering questions, like how old Harrison Ford is, and reminding you to buy milk on the way home. Viv, though, promises to go well past that. ... 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 Fed’s next move: Stand pat or hike, again?

Fed governor Stanley Fischer on Monday hinted at increased interest rates this year by mentioning possible upticks in inflation. BMO’s Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski and Pimco’s global strategic advisor, Richard Clarida, addressed the Fed’s next move on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” and agreed the market would not see a rate hikes until the summer or even fall. “We have to ... Read More »

Twitter turns 10: What’s next?

Twitter turned 10 on Monday and while it might be celebrating at the moment, there are some sobering facts to contend with including a 65 percent drop in its share price in the last year, discontent from Wall Street and concerns over whether it can continue to add users. Jack Dorsey returned to the helm of the company he founded ... Read More »

Chemistry board exam paper leak: Karnataka to hold re-exam next month, 40 suspended

Miffed with Karnataka board’s inability in keeping a check on paper leak, students staged a protest after the chemistry paper of class 12 was leaked twice within a span of 10 days. According to the police, a section of the agitated students pelted stones and damaged glass windows while protesting in front of the Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) building ... Read More »

Land Rover may launch a coupe SUV next year

The luxury coupe SUV market is currently one of the new segments being targeted by manufacturers and it looks like everyone wants a slice of the pie. Mercedes-Benz and BMW are currently the major players here and are likely to be joined by Land Rover next year. The company is believed to be planning a new model that will have ... Read More »

LG to unveil new ‘X’ smartphone series at MWC next week

LG has announced that it will unveil a new ‘X’ series of smartphones at the Mobile World Congress next week. Two models from the series – X cam and X screen – will make their debut at the event. The company says the devices “are designed for customers who do not want or need all the bells and whistles that ... Read More »

Saut expects bottom next week, then stock rally

Jeff Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, said Friday the stock market looks like it’s searching for a bottom. Using a propitiatory forecasting model, he predicted it would happen next week, followed by a sharp rally. That model actually foresaw the 2015 summer swoon, but missed what he expected to be a “rip your face off” rally in late ... Read More »

Gionee Elife S8 to be launched at MWC next month

Gionee has announced that its upcoming Elife S8 flagship will be launched at this year’s Mobile World Congress, which is scheduled for next month (Feb 22 – Feb 25). The handset has been the subject of little to no rumours or leaks lately. As clear from the image above, the launch event is set for the first day of MWC ... Read More »

Cramer: Your shopping list for the next market dip

Companies reported some spectacular quarters this week, and Jim Cramer thought it just added more fuel to the fire in Friday’s rally. It was the stocks that had huge moves this week that made it to Cramer’s shopping list for next week, because he is confident that there could be more sell-off days ahead. First on Cramer’s list was Facebook, ... Read More »