Posts by Alex (60)

Machine Learning Foundations: Part 1 - What is ML?

Welcome to this series on Machine Learning Foundations. It's a course where you'll learn the fundamentals of building machine learning models using TensorFlow. The only thing that...

Alex in Machine Learning 15 May 2020

Samsung's Answer To iPhone 12 Pro's Pro Motion Display

Ross Young, CEO and founder of Display Supply Chain Consultants is back again with some great Galaxy Note 20 news where he's detailing the display specs of both the Galaxy Note 20...

Alex in Gadgets 12 May 2020

Razer DeathAdder V2 - STILL The Best Gaming Mouse After 14 Years?

The Razer DeathAdder is one of the most iconic gaming mice that first came out in 2006, and the most interesting thing about its evolution are all the drastic gut and technical upg...

Alex in Accessories 10 May 2020

RIP, SIM Card... What Is an eSIM?

It seems like more and more physical media is getting overtaken by digital substitutes, affecting everything from game downloads to event tickets, leaving some folks nostalgic for...

Alex in Mobile 08 May 2020

NVIDIA Shield TV review

Chances are you're spending a good amount of your time indoors, and based on the fact that both YouTube and Netflix had to cut their stream quality to keep up with demand, it seems...

Alex in Multimedia 07 May 2020

MORE and FASTER Memory Is Coming... DDR5

Faster is better with many things in life, including today's topic, DDR5 memory. DDR5 is expected to be twice as fast as DDR4, which mainstream PCs have been using for years now. I...

Alex in Hardware 05 May 2020

Tesla Q1 2020 Earnings Analysis

Once again, Tesla had a record breaking quarter and once again, it surprised almost everyone, including Wall St, with the stock rocketing up 10% in after hours trading before comin...

Alex in Automobiles 05 May 2020

What is Baked in the Baker's Dozen?

On April 8, PostgreSQL feature freeze took place, so only features committed earlier will get into version PostgreSQL 13. Probably, this version can hardly be considered revolution...

Alex in Devops 30 April 2020

The Sentences Computers Can't Understand, But Humans Can

The Winograd schema is a test designed to stretch computer language processing to its limit. If a machine can determine an intended referent in a sentence based only on clues from...

Alex in AI 29 April 2020

Why Aren't Laptops HEAVY Anymore?

If you were born before the late 90s you probably remember a time when laptops were heavy clunky power hogs with the elegance of a cinder block. But these days the cine quinone of...

Alex in Hardware 29 April 2020

Operating Systems you may never heard of

Windows, macOS or Linux, if you use a desktop or laptop computer, you're probably using one of these three operating systems. But, did you know that they don't have the market comp...

Alex in Software 29 April 2020

Google Chrome is a MEMORY HOG

Although there are actually lots of web browsers out there to choose from, odds are that, unless you're on an Apple device and using Safari, you're probably using Google Chrome. In...

Alex in Software 28 April 2020