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Microsoft finally killed Windows Phone 8.1

Microsoft finally killed Windows Phone 8.1

As of last month, 75% of all Windows Phone devices were running on Windows Phone 8 .1 and if you add up the Windows Phone devices running on even older version 7 and 8.0 the number stands at 80%, which means only 20% of the Windows Phone devices were running on the latest Windows Phone 10.


Camera manufacturer RED to produce holographic phone

Camera manufacturer RED to produce holographic phone

Interestingly, the users won't need any 3D glasses to view the contents, which may be a first. Red Hydrogen One comes in two variants - Titanium and Aluminum - priced at $1,595 ( Rs 1,02,972 approx) and $1,195 (Rs 77,148 approx) respectively.


PAIR | People+AI Research Initiative

PAIR | People+AI Research Initiative

According to the company, PAIR initiative will look into the new applications and tools that AI can provide for developers and how to make it broadly inclusive. Finally, PAIR is also looking to support external research on the effects of AI-to-human interaction, with Google already bringing in professors from Harvard and MIT to consult "on education and science in the age of AI".


NATO To Provide Cyber Defense Equipment To Ukraine

NATO To Provide Cyber Defense Equipment To Ukraine

President Petro Poroshenko, whose country is fighting a Kremlin-backed insurgency in eastern Ukraine, revived the prospect of NATO membership during a visit by NATO Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg who himself used the occasion to call on Moscow to withdraw its troops from Ukraine.


Dell's Surface competitor can actually be charged wirelessly

Dell's Surface competitor can actually be charged wirelessly

The Wireless Charging Keyboard and Wireless Charging Mat duo sells for $549.99, which is quite expensive. The laptop does come with traditional battery charging as well if you're not interested in wireless charging. The entry-level model comes with Windows 10 Home while the other three models ship with Windows 10 Pro. Sure, you won't have wireless charging to show off and won't be able to experience the miracle of this astounding technology.


After nearly 4 years, the first Half-Life receives a new official patch

After nearly 4 years, the first Half-Life receives a new official patch

To be fair, it's unprecedented for a developer to update an nearly two-decade-old game, which is why the Steam community have been left with genuine hope of a brand-new title. KitGuru Says: It's nice to see that Valve is still willing to dedicate some resources to fixing community-found issues, even in a game as old as Half-Life .