One of the deputies charged with increasing Intel's options is Ramune Nagisetty, who is vice president of product and process integration. Nagisetty explained how the various ways of packaging chips together are allowing Intel to source more pieces of intellectual property from outside the company so that designs for chips don't have to be as monolithic as they were in past. … [Read more...] about Intel shows off Tiger Lake and Willow Cove. Now it must make sure customers understand the products
In today’s time, smartwatches have become a center of attraction in the world of fitness and lifestyle, and gadget freaks are snapping them up as soon as they are being launched. These days, you can find numerous types of smartwatches from different brands with different features that you will have to consider various factors before taking your pick. Moreover, the battery life of the smartwatch is one of the most important factors that you would want to consider while buying one. The relation between smartwatches and battery life is certainly straightforward. The more features your watch has and the more it looks and works like a smartphone, the more energy it uses resulting in battery drainage. Hence, here are some tips that can follow to improve your smartwatch’s battery life. Block unnecessary notification - Managing or blocking unnecessary app notifications may help you boost the battery life of your smartwatch. You can disable notifications from apps that are less … [Read more...] about What can I do to make the battery of my smartwatch last longer?
The operations model that Google had been driving for at GCP's inception, is something it calls "NoOps" -- essentially the ability for workloads to sustain themselves on the platform without the customer having to monitor them. To accomplish this, Google has sought to build a network that works on its own terms, and in its own context. That is to say, Google doesn't want to replicate existing data centers, but rather stage workloads in a more modern, distributed, automated way, based on the lessons Google learned from re-deploying its search engine and other services in its own facilities. … [Read more...] about What makes Google Cloud Platform unique compared to Azure and Amazon
As lockdowns cease worldwide, people are going to be making more and more use of public transit. While states have announced measures to help reduce any potential viral transmission, it's only natural that people are still going to be wary of being in a packed, crowded space. The new Maps update should be available from today, but it'll be rolling out over the next few weeks. In other words, you'll get it when the server-side gods decide you're worthy, and not a moment before. … [Read more...] about New Google Maps features prepare transit riders for a post-COVID future
Andrew Myrick Andrew Myrick is a freelance writer at Android Central. He enjoys everything to do with technology, including tablets, smartphones, and everything in between. Perhaps his favorite past-time is collecting different headphones, even if they all end up in the same drawer. … [Read more...] about Is the Galaxy Note 10 S Pen compatible with the Galaxy Note 20?