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10 other Xbox Series X games use Smart Delivery, including Yakuza

During today’s Xbox 20/20 event, Microsoft unveiled a list of third-party games available for the Xbox Series X. As part of these announcements, the company also confirmed that nine of these versions will support Smart Delivery for all Xbox platforms. This ensures that when you purchase one of these games for Xbox One, you get the updated version of the …

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At Lyft, drivers and passengers must wear face masks

(Reuters) – Lyft requires that both passengers and drivers wear masks and go through a health certification program, including confirmation before each trip that they have no symptoms related to the novel corona virus, the company said Thursday. The step comes from ridesharing companies struggling to generate revenue with millions of people worldwide who are socially distanced by health authorities. …

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Xiaomi, Samsung and others are starting to resume smartphone production in India – TechCrunch

Xiaomi, Vivo, Samsung, Oppo, and other smartphone companies have received approval from some Indian governments to partially resume device manufacturing and assembly as the world’s second largest mobile phone market, which completely ceased operations at these factories in late March is. The companies indicated that they had received permission to start their manufacturing operations in the country, although some restrictions …

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Google Read Along taps AI to improve children’s reading skills

Google today launched Read Along, an Android app that uses AI and machine learning to make it easier for children to learn to read by providing verbal and visual feedback. After its first debut in India, it is now available in over 180 countries and in nine languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Preliminary …

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According to Microsoft, hundreds of Xbox Series X games are coming

Microsoft said during today’s Xbox 20/20 event that developers will be working on hundreds of games for the Xbox Series X video game console this fall. Sarah Bond, partner manager at Microsoft Xbox, said her partners are around the world. In the screenshot Microsoft showed, you can see some of the console’s biggest supporters. Notable names are big companies like …

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Xbox 20/20: Every Xbox Series X game that Microsoft showed during the gameplay reveal

Microsoft has demonstrated gameplay for its upcoming Xbox Series X console during today’s Inside Xbox stream. The event focused on third-party games, including heavy hitters like Ubisoft’s Assassins Creed: Valhalla and EA’s Madden 21. Below is information about each title that was highlighted during the show, as well as the trailers that Microsoft showed for each title during the event. …

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Square starts online checkout to accept PayPal

Square introduces a new payment tool designed for small businesses looking to quickly switch to e-commerce. Given that billions of people around the world are forced to stick to lockdown and social detachment measures triggered by the COVID 19 crisis, this has led to a significant increase in the number of people buying things online . It is up to …

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Satisfied employees are your secret weapon for the customer experience

Presented by Bold360 from LogMeIn Customer experience has long been predicted to overtake price and product as the main differentiator for brands, and in 2020 companies will be on board and invest heavily. But on the way there, the importance of employee experience was left behind, and that’s a mistake, says Chris Savio, manager for product marketing at LogMeIn. “Employee …

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Facebook’s AutoScale decides whether AI inference is performed on your phone or in the cloud

In a technical article published this week on Arxiv.org, researchers from Facebook and Arizona State University opened the hood of AutoScale, which shares a name with Facebook’s energy-sensitive load balancer. AutoScale, which could theoretically be used by any company to make the code publicly available, uses AI to enable energy-efficient inference on smartphones and other edge devices. Many AI run …

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