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MediaTek Announces MT6753 SoC

Just recently, we had a chance to take a look at MediaTek's leaked roadmap for 2015, where we could see a dozen 20 nm SoCs. Today, the company announced rumoured MT6753 SoC, the successor to the 64-bit octa-core MT6752, and should arrive by the end of the second quarter

Jolla Returns To Indiegogo For 64 GB Tablet

Jolla has returned to Indiegogo to actively raise more money for its tablet. A campaign goal of $380,000 was reached by Jolla last year and the company ended up with $1.8 million by December 2014. The company has returned to get more money on Indiegogo

German Airports Hurt By Strikes

German airports and airlines are currently dealing with strikes. Security workers at the Duesseldorf and Cologne-Bonn airports left their job during a one-day warning strike. The strike is in response to wage complaints. Due to the security workers leaving their

D-Wave Systems Gets $29M For Quantum Computer Work

A funding round near the end of 2014 provided D-Wave Systems with an additional $29 million. The quantum computing company is currently working on a 1,000 qubit system which will be superior to its 512 qubit hardware. D-Wave Systems received a total of $62 million

PlayStation 3 Has Received Sky Go

Sky Go has already launched on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360, and now the service is available on the older PlayStation 3. Sky Go is a service for on-demand video as well as live programming. A large number of films are available through the service and are

Bench Startup Raises $7 Million

TechStars-backed company Bench has just received a $7 million Series A funding round. The bookkeeping company helps businesses manage their transactions and taxes. Businesses, especially those with just a few employees, can handle their books with the service

Deliveroo Gets $25M In Round

Deliveroo has filled a very important void in the food market in the UK. The service delivers food from restaurants that normally do not offer their own deliveries. In the UK, premium restaurants rarely deliver, leaving people who don't want to go out for food with 

Photo Sharing Reaches The Classroom With Homeroom

Private photo sharing app Cluster has created a new application for teachers and parents called Homeroom. The app, which has just gone public, will let teachers share private photo albums with parents. Cluster has worked on a few private photo app spinoffs, all of 

RunKeeper Integrating With Spotify

Spotify integration is being added to the RunKeeper application. RunKeeper says integration will be added on iOS so that users with a Spotify premium subscription can listen to music through the workout tracking app. Spotify was added with RunKeeper version 5.2.

Valve Has Paid $57M To Steam Workshop Users

Valve launched Steam Workshop in 2011 and since then, the company has paid out $57 million to those who make content for games. 3D modeled items are created and sold through Steam by users with the Steam Workshop program. Those items are for games like 
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