Sends us out a reminder
Software King of the world Microsoft has sent out a reminder that Internet Explorer will be officially killed off in June.
Smart vision, medical, automotive beats Nvidia
Xilinx is enjoying the multiple line of Versal ACAP adaptive compute acceleration platform roll out and adding an adaptive edge product certainly enlarges the leadership portfolio and adds some trouble for the competition, including Nvidia.
Leaker spots some details
While the world has been awaiting a Motorola Edge successor for a while, a leaker has found evidence that four phones are about to come out.
Better than Chrome
The next release of Edge will be the "best performing" browser available on Windows 10 when it arrives later this week, Microsoft claimed at its Build 2021 event. It said that version 91 contains new features, specifically "startup boost and sleeping tabs" that will push it ahead of Chrome and all other browsers.
Optimising battery, CPU, chord change and RAM.
Microsoft’s Edge is about to get a "performance mode" which will improve how the browser uses the resources.
New Artix and Zynq UltraScale+ families
We are living in times of massive explosion of the necessity for smart edge computing endpoints. Miniaturization of the endpoint and the need for higher performance at lower power drive next-generation computing devices that require a dramatically smaller form factor. Xilinx has just announced the new Artix, and Zynq UltraScale+ families address the need for smaller form factor enabling lower power hardware programmability and high performance.
Edge tells Microsoft what you had for dinner
New academic research published the phone-home features of six of today's most popular browsers and found that the Brave browser sent the smallest amount of data about its users.
Roads to Chrome lead somewhere else.
Microsoft's Edge browser might be built on the same open-source code as Google Chrome, but it looks like it might make a mess out of Google's business model.
Still looks like Chrome to us
Software King of the World Microsoft appears to be playing with the logos for its new Edge browser.