Qualcomm remains committed to helping Europe
A week ago, Alex Rogers, executive vice president and president of Qualcomm Technology Licensing (QTL), was one of the keynote speakers at the Beyond the Mobile Phone virtual conference.
Analysis: Crypto drop was inevitable
Crypto currencies are rather volatile and most people reading this are very well aware of that. The fact that it could cause Nvidia stock to drop by more than 30 percent is ridiculous as obviously, the finance community didn’t do its homework well. Long term betters on Nvidia should bet on two things, AI and Automotive, backed up by strong and stable gaming.
Ford trolls with 7K cars in 4 hours
Elon Musk is very proud that after spending billons and missing every single projection he ever made, Tesla has finally managed to make 7000 cars in seven days. Ford’s CEO Steven Armstrong is trolling that it can make 7000 cars in four hours.
In time for the 2020 Olympics
Japan has promised a public system of self driving cars in time for the for the 2020 Olympics, which it’s hosting in Tokyo.
The USA National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued a preliminary report about the first Uber pedestrian fatality. In short, the sensors worked and the software failed.
Fully integrated solution in Q1 2017
Nvidia has already announced that its integrated automotive solution won the hearts of Tesla and Volvo, while Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 820A for automotive in early 2016. Now MediaTek has announced a plan to bring holistic, fully integrated system solutions to the automotive industry beginning in Q1 2017.
I had that Bill Gates in the back of my taxi once
A report said that millions of professional drivers will lose their jobs as self driving vehicles make their debut.
If you are loyal enough
Uber has started picking up passengers in its experimental autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh.
2nd generation 14nm Celeron / Pentium
Apollo Lake is a second generation 14nm SoC for entry level tablets and computers and it serves the market that used to be known as Atom processors. Nowadays, Intel calls these CPUs Celeron and Pentium and the new generation was made available on Friday.