The U.S. has new supercomputer and it’s twice as fast as the current record holder in China. At 200 petaflops, the United States' newest supercomputer is no joke. The Department of Energy recently debuted Summit -- the world's latest and most powerful supercomputer. Summit operates at 200 petaflops while at maximum capacity.
Schematics for the anticipated iPhone X Plus expected by fans in September has leaked showing that the model will carry a 6.5-inch edge-to-edge OLED display, powered by a 7nm A12 SoC.
The schematics show iPhone X Plus will introduce triple rear camera. Huawei beat Apple to market with this technology in the excellent P20 Pro, the iPhone X Plus will be the handset to bring it to the masses.
A Google-centric blog has revealed evidence that the search giant will finally release its own podcasts app for Android.
As you may know, Google currently offers podcast access via its Google Play Music app. I use, recommend, and really like Google Play Music. But it’s not the right place for podcasts, and not just because of the name. Podcasts are different from song, or from audiobooks, for that matter, and it’s always been an uneasy fit.
Google has announced plans to start moving users over to the new Gmail design and eventually remove the old one entirely, with the changes kicking off next month. According to theverge, the announcements technically apply only to G Suite users — that is, people who have paid accounts through their company or organization — and Google declined to comment on whether the changes will be the same for regular Gmail users.
Microsoft has teased a first look of the new Halo video game at E3 2018 on Sunday. Halo Infinite is a new Halo game that appears to include a giant world associated with it, and vehicles like the classic Warthog.
Microsoft demonstrated a brief teaser video of Halo Infinite at the beginning of its E3 keynote today, and says the new title will be centered on Master Chief and “continues the current storyline” after the events of Halo 5.
Microsoft has sunk a data centre in the sea off Orkney to investigate whether it can boost energy efficiency. The facility, a white cylinder containing servers equivalent to several thousand high-end consumer PCs, could sit on the sea floor for up to five years. If Project Natick proves a success, Microsoft envisages sinking groups of five cylinders and being able to deploy a data centre offshore in 90 days, instead of the several years it would take on land.
The Electronic Expo 2018 is right around the corner, and with that comes the Sony E3 2018 press conference.
Sony’s intends to run the count down by making a new announcement every single day starting from 6th June running right the way through to the organisation’s press conference on 11th June. The appetisers will air live at 8AM PT/4PM BST every day, and will span everything from a first-party release date through to brand new games.