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NYPD is now using drones

Published on 12/05/2018 @ 9 AM EST

The new kit is comprised of 11 DJI Mavic Pros, 2 DJI Matrice 210 RTK quadcopters, and a DJI Inspire 1. The gear will aid in rescue missions, CSI, hazmat, and hostage situations.

The 5G Qualcomm chip is here

Published on 12/05/2018 @ 9 AM EST

The Snapdragon 855 is set to be the chip in virtually every Android smartphone in 2019. Offering super-fast 5G, it will support multi-gigabit download speeds.

Like the Apple A12 bionic and the Huawei Kirin 980, the 855 brings Qualcomm down to a 7nm process for manufacturing. As a result, this means more transistors per chip which equals faster performance.

Apple won’t offer 5G in 2019

Published on 12/04/2018 @ 1 PM EST

Although 5G will be rolling out throughout 2019, Apple won’t be a part of the action until 2020. Playing it safe now may allow for better devices in the future, but they could lose out on a big part of the 5G market.

This new Nvidia graphics card will blow you away

Published on 12/04/2018 @ 9 AM EST

The Titan RTX card has 24GB of VRAM and pumps out 16.3 Teraflops to help AI systems and help train neural networks.

Apple and Alexa sittin’ in a tree

Published on 12/04/2018 @ 9 AM EST

While you can already connect via Bluetooth, the latest Echo update supports the Apple Music skill so your voice can launch playlists, songs, artists, and stations. It's available the week of December 17th.

Amazon Go is expanding

Published on 12/03/2018 @ 1 PM EST

The cashierless stores are getting an upgrade with the testing of a new and much larger store in Seattle. Providing a wallet and line-less shopping experience, you simply scan your phone when you enter the Amazon Go store and you’re charged when you leave.