Apple Loop: Powerful iPhone 12 Revealed, Forget Apple’s AirPods, How The iPad Failed

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes new images of the iPhone 12 Pro, a closer look at the iPhone 9, a privacy switch for location in iOS 13, Apple’s competitor to the AirPods Pro, why Steve Jobs’ iPad vision failed, Apple’s strong quarterly … Read more Apple Loop: Powerful iPhone 12 Revealed, Forget Apple’s AirPods, How The iPad Failed

7 powerful software tools for dental practices

There are a multitude of software choices for dental practices. What’s best for your practice? Jordon Comstock narrows down the field with seven software tools that he has found consistently help dental practices stay organized and reach their goals. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ In my article, “The power of systems and recurring revenue in your practice,” I wrote about the importance … Read more 7 powerful software tools for dental practices

IBM beefs up its powerful cognitive computers with Google’s AI tools

Google has cool technology to recognize images and speech, and IBM’s hardware can diagnose diseases and beat humans in Jeopardy. Combine the two, and you get a powerful computer with serious brains. IBM is merging Google’s artificial intelligence tools with its own cognitive computing technologies, allowing deep-learning systems to more accurately find answers to complex … Read more IBM beefs up its powerful cognitive computers with Google’s AI tools

How AMD’s powerful Zen chip flouts the SoC stereotype

The hype is building around AMD’s upcoming Zen chip (due at the end of 2016), but if you’re calling it a CPU, you’re off-track. That’s because the first iteration of the company’s new microarchitecture, code-named Summit Ridge, is actually an SoC, or System on Chip. Confused? That’s understandable, says Kevin Krewell, principal analyst with Tirias … Read more How AMD’s powerful Zen chip flouts the SoC stereotype

HP’s Pavilion Wave PC is made to be pretty and powerful

HP’s Pavilion Wave is showing me the PC of the future, and it looks a lot like…a stereo speaker. Or maybe a very high-tech flower vase. Power users, hug your hulking full-tower close, because the PC world is a-changing. That’s actually the point. Announced Thursday at IFA in Berlin and due to ship September 16 … Read more HP’s Pavilion Wave PC is made to be pretty and powerful

July’s powerful new PC hardware: Pushing new limits in graphics, storage, and more

See larger image Credit: Gordon Mah Ung   Quality, not quantity July tends to be a slow month in the world of technology, as the industry takes a collective breath between June’s fierce one-two punch of Computex and E3 and August’s back-to-school rush. And true to form, the past 30 days weren’t quite as action-packed … Read more July’s powerful new PC hardware: Pushing new limits in graphics, storage, and more

June’s powerful new pc hardware: The sunrise of a glorious future

Staring into the future In a year that’s already been flat-out first-rate for decent new pc hardware, June nonetheless managed to set a new excessive-water mark. How ought to it now not? This month added the advent of sparkling chips from both Intel and AMD, thecreation of desktops you put on to your back (significantly), … Read more June’s powerful new pc hardware: The sunrise of a glorious future