Qualcomm’s real-time translation during a phone call moves this functionality from science fiction to fact. Oh, I know cloud-based transcription functionality exists, but this is different. When the real-time translation function can happen on your phone, or on the device you’re using as your communication interface (i.e. laptop, tablet), it’s a game-changer. And that’s where Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 comes in.
NVIDIA is launching more than 100 devices that will be powered by its GeForce GPUs. A big win for the company’s premium tier graphics solutions.
HPE launches the Open Distributed Infrastructure Management initiative as an open source program aimed at easing the complexity of large-scale geographically distributed physical infrastructure deployments in 5G environments, but HPE must show it can outflank the competition in order to generate broad operator support.
The integration of WalkMe’s digital adoption platform into Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 ecosystem is good news — both for WalkMe, as well as for Dynamics 365 users in the enterprise. Here’s why.
During this time of global pandemic, HP is ramping up its 3D technology efforts to produce mission critical supplies for hospitals around the world. This effort represents the tech communities collective challenge to be resourceful and innovative during this global pandemic.
Zoombombing is but one of the security concerns that Zoom is dealing with right now, as a lawsuit is filed in California citing a violation of the CCPA and the NY Attorney General is asking some tough questions about the company’s security practices. Zoom shares have skyrocketed since the beginning of the year and I am thrilled by their success. The path forward, however, relies on security. If the company is going to retain a customer base, especially that oh-so-valuable paid customer base that is what really allows companies to deliver shareholder value, then a proactive security first mindset is going to have to be the mantra they embrace and lead with. We’ll all be watching, and hoping they get this right.
Qualcomm is introducing two new Bluetooth audio SoCs that are small enough to fit into earbuds and designed to elevate what the company calls the “truly wireless” consumer experience. While this news is admittedly exciting, it is not Qualcomm’s first foray into earbud-sized Bluetooth audio System-on-Chip (SOCs). The San Diego chipmaker has been semi-quietly partnering with major consumer brands to bring high quality truly wireless audio to consumers for some time now, and this latest generation of Bluetooth audio SoCs is merely the natural evolution of the Qualcomm QCC5100 series and the Qualcomm QCC302x series. That aside, I see even more exciting things ahead for Qualcomm in the Bluetooth audio earbud market. Here’s why.
Microsoft is moving forward with the release of a new Teams application designed for consumer and personal usage as part of Consumer 365.
The remote workforce has already created a stream of sustainable side effects. However, conscientious employees and employers alike must continue to look for ways to increase their sustainability efforts.
In light of the continued challenges being driven by COVID-19, HPE Aruba are donating resources to aid in wireless for makeshift hospitals and more.