Qualcomm's processors already power high-end Windows PCs, but they'll now be fueling Chrome OS powered devices. The firm does't believe that value or low-end devices are interesting, and are keeping an eye out for the rising ASP of Chrome OS devices.
Elon Musk is officially stepping down from the organization he co-founded in 2015, OpenAI. His role as chair of the board comes to an end as he pursues AI technology at Tesla. OpenAI stated that Elon will continue to advise and donate in the future.
A new game 'MonteCrypto: The Bitcoin Enigma" is releasing on Steam tomorrow, February 20th, with a huge treasure hunt: The first to beat the game will receive one bitcoin, which is currently valued at over $11,000 USD. The game is puzzle-oriented.
About a week ago SpaceX, whose CEO is Elon Musk, launched their Falcon Heavy spaceship, which is the most powerful rocket since Saturn V took astronauts to the moon. There is now a website that lets you see where that rocket is.
T-Mobile is sending out a mass notification to its customer base to alert them of a hijacking scheme that has been affecting customers industry-wide. T-Mobile has added some additional security measures that customers can use to keep safe.
DIY enthusiasts have been creating their own massive batteries, similar to the $3,000 Tesla Powerwall. Some of these creations can store up to 10 times as much electricity as the Powerwall, making them extremely capable solutions.
Cake Browser is a new mobile browser developed for iOS and Android devices. It's available to download via AppStore and GooglePlay Store for free today. The app allows users to 'swipe' through top results, either through Google or Bing search.