MediaMonkey – Revamp your Music Library

If you’re serious about your media – particularly music – take a look at MediaMonkey. It’s incredibly powerful, and will get even the biggest, untidiest library into shape with the minimum of fuss. Free media player MediaMonkey can cope with any file format you can throw its way. It’s a heavyweight tool designed to handle collections containing hundreds of thousands of videos and audio tracks effortlessly.

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Techsmith – Screen Recording Software Review

Techsmith is one of the world-famous software companies which provides screen recording solutions and video editing software to professionals across the world through small businesses, government organizations and corporations. The company has designed many products through which you can record and edit videos with great ease. These products are available for both Windows and Mac.

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After “Wanna Cry” Here comes the “Judy”

A malware named Judy has found over 41 apps on Google Play Store and has infected over 36 million users according to a security firm Check Point.

Google has started removing those infected apps from Play Store after Check Point report about the malware to Google. But before it can totally be taken off from Google Play Store Judy manage to infect Android devices and reached up-to 18 million Download.

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Google AI : From Mobile First to AI First

AT annual Google I/O conference CEO Sundar Pichai reveals a second-generation Tensor Processing Unit: a cloud-computing system and a custom hardware for machine learning which is 30% – 50% more faster than CPU & GPU and will compete with Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS. These Cloud TPU are soon coming to Google Compute Engine – Pichai said.

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Android ‘O’Beta Version Rolling out soon – Google

Android "O"

Just a few days before the Google I/O conference, Company has announced the release of Android “O”. The initial release of BETA version is “Developer  Preview” so it is not Available for public for now.

But Google is expected to disclose its future plans for New Android “O” at the conference in San Francisco this month.