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Samsung Electronics will reportedly develop three different models of the Galaxy S10 smartphone, set for release next year.
Today, the Seagate Systems engineering team unveilled the new Seagate Exos Systems and Seagate Nytro Systems, which introduce a modular approach to building and deploying data center storage systems.
Oculus is launching Oculus TV - a dedicated hub for watching flatscreen video in virtual reality, on the standalone Oculus Go headset.
Researchers at OpenAI have created a bot which beats the world's top professionals at 1v1 matches of Dota 2 under standard tournament rules.
NVIDIA has added nine additional containers to NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC), as part of the company's efforts to speed the deployment of GPU accelerated high-performance computing and AI.
Intel had always a silicon production advantage over its competition by developing its own leading-edge chip fabrication and process technologies, but that historic advantage does not exist anymore.
PayPal said on Monday it is launching a debit card for users of its mobile app Venmo in a bid to broaden its reach with younger users.
Micron has begun volume production on its 8GB GDDR6 memory, delivering significant performance improvements over the fastest available GDDR5 designs.
Apple's new move into the audio-device market include the release of higher-end AirPods, a new HomePod and studio-quality over-ear headphones for as early as next year.
For the first time since November 2012, the US claims the most powerful supercomputer in the world, leading a significant turnover in which four of the five top systems in the latest TOP500 list were either new or substantially upgraded.

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