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T-Mobile and Sprint are bringing affordable unlimited data plans

T-Mobile and Sprint are bringing affordable unlimited data plans

In an announcement made via their respective press releases on Thursday, US wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint said that they are reintroducing affordable unlimited data plans for their customers.

The announcements by T-Mobile and Sprint that they are bringing unlimited data plans back from extinction implies that the two carriers will offer competing unlimited data plans to wireless customers who are willing to relinquish video quality.

9to5Mac report: iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will hit the markets on Sept. 23

9to5Mac report: iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will hit the markets on Sept. 23

According to new information shared by 9to5Mac in a recent report, tech giant Apple will launch its much-awaited next-generation iPhones -- iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus -- later than anticipated.  

The report, citing an unidentified source at AT&T, revealed that the iPhone 7 handset, and its bigger-screen, dual camera iPhone 7 Plus counterpart, will likely hit the markets on September 23, 2016.

Intel introduced new VR reference design --- ‘Project Alloy’

Intel introduced new VR reference design --- ‘Project Alloy’

During the course of its Keynote at the IDF event ion Tuesday, chip giant Intel announced a new virtual reality (VR) reference design called 'Project Alloy.'

Intel's new Project Alloy VR headset, which was demonstrated on stage by Intel at the IDF event, essentially underscores a wireless system which, as per the company, contains all the things which are needed by the users to immerse in a VR experience without extraneous components.

Hacking group claims to have access to “full state sponsor tool set” of cyberweapons

Hacking group claims to have access to “full state sponsor tool set” of cyberwea

In an Internet post released on Saturday, a hitherto unknown hacking group - which goes by the name 'Shadow Brokers' - has claimed that it has broken into a cyberespionage organization linked to the US National Security Agency (NSA).

The hacking group is also offering to sell what it claims is a trove of hacking tools used by an NSA-tied cyberespionage organization.

Niantic to issue permanent bans to Pokémon Go gamers who violated its TOS

Niantic to issue permanent bans to Pokémon Go gamers who violated its TOS

This week, game developer Niantic Labs posted a note to its website, revealing that it is issuing permanent bans to Pokémon Go gamers who violate the Terms of Service (TOS) of the outrageously popular mobile game which was launched in July.

Snapchat facing widespread backlash for ‘yellowface’ filter

Snapchat facing widespread backlash for ‘yellowface’ filter

Social media platform Snapchat is facing widespread criticism for a newly-launched 'yellowface' filter which promotes racist stereotypes of Asians.

The criticism being faced by Snapchat for the new 'yellowface' filter - which was launched earlier this week - marks the second widespread backlash which the company is facing for a filter in recent months. Earlier, in April, Snapchat was widely criticized for rolling out a Bob Marley filter which several people said was the equivalent of 'digital blackface.'

Intel is acquiring deep-learning startup Nervana Systems

Intel is acquiring deep-learning startup Nervana Systems

On Tuesday, chip giant Intel revealed in an announcement that it is acquiring California-based deep-learning startup Nervana Systems. The acquisition will apparently help Intel gain some of the lost ground in the artificial intelligence (AI) arena, which currently is one of the newest trends in the tech sector.

The financial terms of Intel's acquisition of Nervana Systems have not been officially disclosed, but the value of the deal is estimated to be more than $350 million.

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