Can Andy Rubin get Apple, Google and Samsung to play nice?

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Can Andy Rubin get Apple, Google and Samsung to play nice?

Android creator Andy Rubin shows off his newest creation: The Essential phone. Asa Mathat/Vox Media. Android creator Andy Rubin early Tuesday unveiled his vision for the future of consumer devices: Phones with software that’s not consumed with …

Nest cams back from the dead with new home monitoring device

The Verge
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Nest, the company that so wonderfully disrupted the home thermostat market back in 2011, has been in a moribund state the past couple of years.

Qualcomm inks deal to build mobile Windows 10 PCs with Asus, Lenovo, HP

screen-shot-2017-05-30-at-16-45- Qualcomm. Qualcomm has announced a new partnership with Asus, Lenovo, and Hewlett-Packard to build a new range of mobile PCs powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor family.

Intel unveils X-series platform: Up to 18 cores and 36 threads, from $242 to $2000

Ars Technica
AMD announced its new high-end desktop (HEDT) platform, the 16-core 32-thread ThreadRipper a couple of weeks ago. At Computex in Taipei, it is Intel’s turn to update its HEDT platform, and it is one-upping AMD in the process.

Uber Fires Former Google Engineer at Heart of Self-Driving Dispute

New York Times
Travis Kalanick, the chief executive of Uber, left, with Anthony Levandowski, a vice president of technology at Uber, whose firing was announced to staff members on Tuesday.

Tekken 7 Review – Iron Fist Rage (PS4)

PlayStation LifeStyle
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen the last proper Tekken game on home consoles – Tekken Tag Tournament 2 released in 2012 on the PlayStation 3, while the now-discontinued Tekken Revolution launched in 2013.

Samsung Preparing A White Paper On Galaxy Note 7 Debacle

Android Headlines
Samsung Electronics is preparing a white paper on the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, South Korean media reported on Wednesday, quoting an unnamed official of the Seoul-based tech giant.

From the Passport to the KEYone: Five reasons the QWERTY keyboard is the killer feature

Most reviews I have read of the BlackBerry KEYone, make sure to check out Jason Cipriani’s full review, state that the device is best for those who still like physical keyboards.

Intel Announces 4 Compute Cards and Docking Station

We’ve known about Intel’s Compute Card since CES in January, but Intel waited until Computex this week to officially reveal what we can expect in terms of specs and options.

Toyota uses open-source software in new approach to in-car tech

FILE PHOTO : Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota Motor Corporation, introduces the 2018 Camry XSE (L) and the 2018 Camry XLE during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.

YouTube Android App With New Navigation Bar Now Rolling Out

Android Headlines
The YouTube Android app now seems to be in the process of getting an update which brings with it a new interface which places its focus on a newly-introduced bottom-positioned navigation bar.

Nintendo Fights Parts Shortage for Switch — WSJ

Fox Business
TOKYO – Nintendo Co.’s biggest battle these days isn’t against other game makers. It is against companies such as Apple Inc. that are gobbling up the same parts Nintendo needs to make its hit Switch machine, people in the industry say.

Sonic Mania is indeed out this August, and here’s a new trailer

PC Gamer
A few days ago, a Steam store page listing appeared to reveal the release date for Sonic Mania, Christian Whitehead and co’s promising remix of the early, good Sonic games.

New Pokemon App Looks Like Pokemon Rumble For iOS And Android

The Pokemon Company has announced another iOS and Android app called Pokeland, in which players use toy versions of their favourite monsters to duke it out across multiple islands, much like Pokemon Rumble.

Windows 10 Surface faces new rival in Samsung Notebook 9 Pro with S Pen

The S Pen on Samsung’s 13-inch Notebook 9 Pro slides into a slot on the front of the machine. Image: Samsung. Samsung has unwrapped the Notebook 9 Pro with a built-in S Pen to entice fans of the stylus historically linked to its Note phablets.

Sony Has Ended Shipments Of The PS3 In Japan

Since last week, Sony has ended shipments of the PS3 in Japan, marking an end to over a decade of the console’s lifespan. As confirmed over on Sony’s site, the PS3 is no longer being shipped out to retailers in Japan.

Bastion Dev’s PS4/PC RPG Pyre Now Has A Release Date

Developer Supergiant Games has been working on Pyre, its follow-up to the action-RPG Transistor, for a while, and finally we know when it’ll be released.

Apple Registers New Macs and iPads in Eurasia Ahead of WWDC on June 5

Mac Rumors
Just five days ahead of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, where it is widely expected to announce new Macs, French website Consomac has discovered a new Russian-language regulatory filing, in the Eurasian Economic Commission database, …

Nvidia-powered Max-Q Gaming Laptops Will Be Thinner and More Powerful

Most gaming laptops are very obviously gaming laptops thanks to their substantial girth and weight. After all, it takes a lot of cooling to keep a high-power GPU running in such a small case.

Assassin’s Creed Protagonist Leaks; New Overwatch Hero?! – GS News Roundup

The next Assassin’s Creed protagonist may have just leaked on a promo t-shirt, and Square Enix reveal a brand new upcoming RPG!

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