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GOOGLE PIXEL 6 WITH THE NEW TENSOR CHIP & 8G RAM APPEARS ON GEEKBENCH

  In a few days, Google will officially unveil its all-new series, Google Pixel 6 series. According to reports, this flagship series will arrive on October 19th in the U.S. and it will have two models. This series will have the Google Pixel 6 as well as the Pixel 6 Pro. A few days to the official launch of this series, the standard Pixel 6 is now available in Geekbench. As usual, the Geekbench listing reveals some key details about this upcoming flagship smartphone. This series will be th...
Tags: Google, Tech, Mali, Gpu, Pixel, Google Pixel, Tensor


Pixel 6 Pro revealed in full via UK retailer, camera features and more detailed

 In the past, Google has done poorly to keep pixel details private and this year has been no exception. The latest leak - if you can call it that - comes from Carphone Warehouse, the UK's largest electronics retailer. The retailer (via Evan Blass) has published two test pages (1, 2) describing the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro and confirming some information from previous rumors and assumptions. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be officially released on October 19th. What doe...
Tags: Google, UK, US, Tech, Carphone Warehouse, Pixel, Evan Blass, Google Pixel, Tensor


Specs of Tensor chip in Google Pixel 6 are here, and they’re confusing

We learned more about the upcoming Google Pixel 6 chipset thanks to a Google Tensor specs leak. The info is...confusing.
Tags: Google Pixel, Tensor, Google Tensor


Pixel 6 Tensor chip might feature a different configuration than current flagship Android SoCs

Per a sketchy Geekbench listing, Pixel 6's Tensor chip will use Arm's older designs and that's the least of surprises.
Tags: Pixel, Tensor


Google Is Reportedly Building Its Own ARM-Based Chips for Chromebooks

Taking a page from Apple’s playbook, it looks like Google is working on its own processors for Chromebooks and tablets. And according to a Nikkei Asia report, we could see in-house Google chips as early as 2023, and devices powered by those chips soon after.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Science, Technology, Samsung, Intel, Computing, Nvidia, Huawei, Chromebooks, Qualcomm, Mediatek, Exynos, ARM Ltd, Tensor, Computer Architecture


Google plans to build its own semiconductor chips to power Chromebook laptops and tablets in 2023, a report says

Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Justin Sullivan via Getty Images Google plans to build its own semiconductor chips to power its Chromebooks, Nikkei Asia reported. The tech giant plans to use its own chips for its Chromebook laptops and computers in 2023. Google said in August that it would use its own chips in its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google is planning to build its own semiconductor chips to power its Chromebook laptops and com...
Tags: Apple, Google, Asia, UK, Nikkei, Trends, Bank Of America, Intel, Chromebook, Pixel, Rick Osterloh, Tensor, Getty Images Google, Sundar Pichai Justin Sullivan, Anna Cooban, Nikkei Asia Google


Pixel 6's Under-Display Fingerprint Reader Revealed in Quick Glimpse

We already know the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are on their way. We know about the revamped Tensor processor, which is capable of translating another language in real-time and quickly editing high-resolution photography. Google also confirmed that it would be adding an under-display fingerprint sensor, similar to the one…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Pixel, Google Pixel, Hiroshi Lockheimer, Tensor, Pixel 2, Pixel 4a, Samsung Galaxy S21, Technology Internet


Google’s taking the worst inspiration from Samsung in latest move

Google has been taking after Samsung for some time now. The company's newly-announced Tensor chipset is seemingly based on an ...
Tags: Google, Samsung, Tensor


Will Google's Tensor Chip Spell Trouble for 5G?

Google's Pixel 6 phone will be powered by a Tensor processor which PCMag UK believes is "clearly designed to accelerate machine learning and AI." But does it have bigger implications? Tensor is a signpost, not a destination. Google has never sold huge numbers of Pixel phones and isn't signaling a change in strategy there. Rather, it's saying that it would like Android as a whole to shift toward more on-device processing for AI and ML. That could give a big boost to Google's two core businesses,...
Tags: Google, UK, Tech, Pixel, Tensor


Google’s Tensor chip is only the first step toward truly great Pixel phones

Bigger changes could be coming down the line.
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10 things in tech: FB mask mandate - Musk's tantrums - Google chip

Blizzard Entertainment Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. The president of "Call of Duty'' maker Blizzard Entertainment has stepped down. J. Allen Brack - as well as the company's head of HR - is out following the company's sexual harassment lawsuit. More on his departure and the company's "fr...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, US, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Tesla, Chicago, Nlrb, Blizzard Entertainment, Deepmind, Newsletters, Walmart Target, Tensor


What the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro Tensor processor means for the 5a and Fold

Google's new Tensor processor is coming to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. There's plenty of reason to believe it'll come to the rumored Pixel 5a and Fold as well.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Trends, Pixel, Google Pixel, Tensor, Google Pixel 5a, Google Pixel 6, Google Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel Fold, Google Tensor


Qualcomm stock dips following Pixel 6 ‘Tensor’ reveal, teases future collaboration w/ Google

Alongside the reveal of Google's in-house Tensor chip, Qualcomm stock took a dip and the company confirmed future Snapdragon Pixels.
Tags: Google, Qualcomm, Pixel, Tensor


Daily Crunch: Zoom will pay $85M to settle lawsuit over ‘Zoombombing,’ user privacy

To get a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for Monday, August 2, 2021. What a day. Square kicked off this week’s news cycle with a megadeal, Google popped up with new hardware, and there are new VC funds aplenty. It’s busy, but before we get started, there’s a special summer edition of Extra Crunch Live this week that’s 100% pitch-off. It’s on Wednesday, so be there or be s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Asia, Europe, Disney, Tech, Mexico City, Square, Salesforce, Latin America, Matrix Partners, Ron, Ron Miller, Newsletters


Google is building its own chip for the Pixel 6

Google just dumped a whole bunch of news about its upcoming Pixel 6 smartphone. Maybe the company was looking to get out in front of August 11’s big Samsung event — or perhaps it’s just hoping to keep people interested in the months leading up to a big fall announcement (and beat additional leaks to the punch). In either case, we got the first look at the upcoming Android smartphone, including a fairly massive redesign of the camera system on the rear. The company has traded its square configura...
Tags: Apple, Google, Mobile, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, San Diego, Qualcomm, Pixel, Rick Osterloh, Google Pixel, Tensor, Osterloh


Google Previews Upcoming Pixel 6 With Custom Tensor SoC, Rear Camera Bar, In-Display Fingerprint Sensor and More

Google today previewed its next-generation Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which are set to launch later this year. These are Google's new flagship smartphones, with a redesign that includes a rear camera bar and tons of other new technologies. Google's Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be the first smartphones using Google's custom-designed Tensor SoC that was created specifically for the Pixel phones. Google says that the Tensor chip is designed to process AI and ML models directly on the Pixel 6 phon...
Tags: Apple, Google, Pixel, Tensor, Google Tensor, Custom Tensor


Google Tensor debuts on the new Pixel 6 this fall

In 2016, we launched the first Pixel. Our goal was to give people a more helpful, smarter phone. Over the years, we introduced features like HDR+ andNight Sight, which used artificial intelligence (AI) to create beautiful images with computational photography. In later years, we applied powerful speech recognition models to build Recorder, which can record, transcribe and search for audio clips, all on device.AI is the future of our innovation work, but the problem is we’ve run into computing li...
Tags: Google, Federal Communications Commission, Pixel, Rick Osterloh, Tensor, Google Tensor


Google just unveiled its first smartphone chip, signaling its biggest challenge yet to Apple and Samsung. Here's what it means for the Pixel 6.

Google's new Tensor chip will power the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Google Google unveiled its first chip made specifically for its Pixel phones on Monday. The chip, called Tensor, should bring better AI performance to Google's new phones. Google is following Apple's strategy by making its own smartphone chips. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google's first gambit to challenge Apple and Samsung's dominance of the smartphone industry came in 2016, when it l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Smartphones, Machine Learning, Ai, Huawei, Pixel, Google Google, Samsung Samsung, Tensor, John Giannandrea, Tech Insider, Osterloh


5 things we just learned about the Pixel 6, Google’s biggest smartphone upgrade in years

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Google Google revealed new details about the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, its next major smartphone release. The phones will be the first to come with Google's new Tensor chip when they launch in the fall. They'll also come with a refreshed design that makes it more competitive with Apple and Samsung. See more stories on Insider's business page. If Google has ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Trends, Pixel, Google Google, Google Pixel, Tensor, Osterloh, Lisa Eadicicco, Antonio Villas Boas, Rick Osterloh Google, Google Tensor


Open Source AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution Impresses In PC Game Tests

MojoKid writes: AMD's FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) PC graphics up-scaling technology is ready for prime-time and the company has allowed members of the press to showcase performance and visuals of the tech in action with a number of game engines. AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution is vendor-agnostic and doesn't require specialized hardware to function like NVIDIA DLSS, which relies on Tensor cores on-board NVIDIA Turing or Ampere GPUs to accelerate neural network models that have been specific...
Tags: Tech, Nvidia, Amd, Gpu, Tensor, AMD FSR


Nemo Tensor Ultralight Insulated Sleeping Pad Review

When it comes to backpacking, I’m fine making concessions on a lot of things in order to save some weight. The one area I won’t skimp on is sleeping comfort. After years of sleeping on a half-inch accordion pad, I’ve been on a quest to find the “perfect” sleeping pad. Others have come close but I haven’t found the sleeping pad for me yet. Reading the specs on the Nemo Tensor Ultralight Insulated Sleeping Pad, I thought I might have found the one. It sounds very promising: insulated, thick, suppo...
Tags: Outdoors, Sport, Cycling, Backpacking, Sleeping Pads, Nice, Vortex, Nemo, Gear Reviews, Tensor, NEMO Equipment, Tensor Ultralight Insulated Sleeping Pad Review, Tensor Ultralight, Vortex Pump Sack Insulated


Fizik Gravita Tensor and Versor MTB shoes go DH, with flat and clipless options

Hot on the tail of Fizik’s eMTB flats are two all-new mountain biking shoes for enduro and downhill. Fizik Gravita denotes their new Gravity Series, populated today by the Tensor and Versor MTB shoes. Both have a clean, ergonomic aesthetic and are available in flat-pedal and clipless options. Here’s everything you need to know. Fizik […] The post Fizik Gravita Tensor and Versor MTB shoes go DH, with flat and clipless options appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Mountain Bike, Clothing-Gear-Tools, Tensor, Fizik Gravita Tensor, Versor MTB, Fizik Gravita


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 (Founders Edition) Graphics Card Review

The RTX 3070 is based off NVIDIA's GA104 silicon with 5888 CUDA cores, 184 Tensor cores, 46 RT cores, 184 TMUs, and 96 ROPs. The card has a base clock of 1500 MHz and boost up to 1725 MHz. The 8GB of GDDR6 memory runs at 1750 MHz (effective) across a 256-bit memory bus. Today we are checking out NVIDIA's own Founders Edition version of the card, which is a first for me. It will be interesting to see NVIDIA's own offering rather than an aftermarket card. The post NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 (Foun...
Tags: Reviews, Review, Nvidia, Graphics Card, Graphics Cards, Tensor, Ampere, Founders Edition, RTX 3070, GeForce RTX 3070


Staples Canada Deals: Save 25% OFF Poppin Brand Items + Up to 20% Desktops & Monitors + More

This weekend, Staples Canada has the following deals: Save 25% off Poppin brand items Save up to 20% off desktops & monitors Save up to $100 off laptops Save up to $30 off headphones & speakers Save 25% off Tensor lighting This Poppin Pen Cup, Blush (104443) is on sale for only $4.86. You’re saving 25% off from the original price of $6.49! Meet the new host of your daily pen party! With two compartments to encourage organized socializing, don’t be surprised if your pens start to explore cap-...
Tags: Shopping, Staples, Canada, Staples Canada, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Canadian Discount Coupons Canada, Tensor


Nvidia’s Ampere GPUs come to Google Cloud

Nvidia today announced that its new Ampere-based data center GPUs, the A100 Tensor Core GPUs, are now available in alpha on Google Cloud. As the name implies, these GPUs were designed for AI workloads, as well as data analytics and high-performance computing solutions. The A100 promises a significant performance improvement over previous generations. Nvidia says the A100 can boost training and inference performance by over 20x compared to its predecessors (though you’ll mostly see 6x or 7x impro...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Nvidia, Gpu, Tensor, Google Cloud, Ampere, Manish Sainani


NVIDIA Ampere A100 GPU For AI Unveiled, Largest 7nm Chip Ever Produced

MojoKid writes: NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the company's new Ampere A100 GPU architecture for machine learning and HPC markets today. Jensen claims the 54B transistor A100 is the biggest, most powerful GPU NVIDIA has ever made, and it's also the largest chip ever produced on 7nm semiconductor process. There are a total of 6,912 FP32 CUDA cores, 432 Tensor cores, and 108 SMs (Streaming Multiprocessors) in the A100, paired to 40GB of HBM2e memory with maximum memory bandwidth of 1.6TB/sec. F...
Tags: Tech, Nvidia, Gpu, Jensen, GPU NVIDIA, Tensor, Jensen Huang, Tensor Cores, Multi Instance GPU


Compulab’s embedded Tensor-PCs take modularity to the extreme

CompuLab is launching a line of fanless “Tensor-PC” systems starting with an Intel 9th Gen “I20A” model with a choice of multiple sizes and enclosures plus a variety of optional open source “Tensor Element” modules for storage, power, I/O, and networking. Compulab is re-inventing its fanless, embedded PC product line with a highly modular Tensor-PC […]
Tags: Intel, Linux, Tensor


Nvidia AI turns sketches into photorealistic landscapes in seconds

Today at Nvidia GTC 2019, the company unveiled a stunning image creator. Using generative adversarial networks, users of the software are able to sketch images that are nearly photorealistic with just a few clicks. The software will instantly turn a couple of lines into a gorgeous mountaintop sunset. This is MS Paint for the AI age. Called GauGAN, the software is just a demonstration of what’s possible with Nvidia’s neural network platforms. It’s designed to compile an image how a human would pa...
Tags: TC, Tech, Nvidia, Flickr, Gpu, Catanzaro, Tensor, NVIDIA GTC, Bryan Catanzaro, Nvidia GTC 2019, Applied Deep Learning Research


What is NVIDIA DLSS, and How Will It Make Ray-Tracing Faster?

At NVIDIA’s CES 2019 presentation, the company showed off a new technology called DLSS. In demonstrations, it all but eliminates the performance hit taken in games that enable fancy new ray-tracing graphics on RTX cards. But how does it work? What Is DLSS? DLSS stands for “deep learning super-sampling.” There are two parts to this idea, but let’s focus on the second one first: super-sampling. Super-sampling is something you can do on your machine right now with a lot of games. It essentially...
Tags: Crafts, Nvidia, Amd, Tensor


NVIDIA Launches $349 GeForce RTX 2060, Will Support Other Adaptive Sync Monitors

MojoKid writes from a report via Hot Hardware: NVIDIA launched a new, more reasonably-priced GeForce RTX card today, dubbed the GeForce RTX 2060. The new midrange graphics card will list for $349 and pack all the same features as NVIDIA's higher-end GeForce RTX 2080 and 2070 series cards. The card is also somewhat shorter than other RTX 20-series cards at only 9.5" (including the case bracket), and its GPU has a few functional blocks disabled. Although it's packing a TU106 like the 2070, six Str...
Tags: Tech, Nvidia, Amd, Gpu, MojoKid, Tensor