A Year ago, Twitter announced their #music service that allowed users to stream music from a dedicated #music iOS App and follow your favorite artists on Twitter to keep track with his latest albums, singles and news.
Later this afternoon, we will be removing Twitter #music from the App Store. If you have the app, it will continue to work until April 18.— Twitter Music (@TwitterMusic) March 21, 2014
After a lukewarm response from users and prolonged lack of development on the app side, Twitter finally announced that they are killing the service. The app has been pulled from the App Store and those who downloaded it will be able to use it till April 18th which is when the service completes its first and final year. Goodbye Twitter#music.
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco Today, Intel has shown its latest beast the Core i7 Extreme Edition. It's an 8-core (Octa-core) 16-thread processor with unlocked cores, support for the latest DDR4 memory and a better thermal interface.
Intel has also confirmed that its next-generation processors, Broadwell, will feature Iris Pro graphics. Broadwell chipsets will have 14-nanometer processors and will come with unlocked cores. The Core i7 Extreme Edition will be available mid-2014. See the Teaser below.
Lenovo may be among the first companies to adopt NVIDIA's newly announced Tegra K1 chip but not in a Smartphone... but a Smart TV.
Using his official Weibo account, Lenovo's Vice President revealed that the company's upcoming 4K 50-inch smart TV will use the world's fastest 200-core CPU + GPU. As far we know, aside from the Tegra K1 no other chip comes with so many cores, 192 of which are reserved for graphics. The best part is that the launch date of this smart TV is just around the corner.
Now we're not sure whether this Lenovo TV set will be available in the West and we can only hope that will be the case. Moreover, we're not sure just how the company plans to use all that processing power.
All 2014 Flag-ship devices will have a Snapdragon 801 on-board powering it, but What is Snapdragon 801 ? Samsung Galaxy S5 have it, HTC One 2014 have it, Sony Xperia Z2 also have it... Are they all the same ? what's the difference ? Here is the Answers.
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The Qualcomm MSM8974 is one of the original Snapdragon 800 SoC (system-on-chip). It has four Krait 400 cores that can be clocked up to 2.3 GHz, Adreno 330 GPU with a clock of 450MHz and LPDDR3-1600 memory controller. This is the hardware you'll find inside the LG G2, Sony Xperia Z Ultra, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Sony Xperia Z1, Nexus 5, and Nokia Lumia 1520 among other popular S800-powered smartphones. So far, so good.
The Qualcomm MSM8974AB s a second generation Snapdragon 801 SoC. It supports four Krait 400 cores up to 2.3 GHz (same as before), Adreno 330 GPU up to 550 MHz (that's 100 MHz higher than the original MSM8974 specs), and a faster LPDDR3-1866 memory controller. So, this newer AB revision of the SoC offers faster GPU and memory speeds and bandwidth. MSM8974AB is powering the Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet and is rumored to tick inside the HTC One 2014 (TBA in March).
Finally, comes the Qualcomm MSM8974AC SoC, the third generation S801 SoC. It allows for even higher CPU clock - the four Krait 400 cores are now able to operate up to 2.5 GHz, the Adreno 330 GPU gets an even higher clock - 578 MHz, while the memory controller is the same at LPDDR3-1866. It is the fastest commercially available Snapdragon chipset on the market and can be found inside the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S5.