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The Project Cars series is coming to mobile

The game’s being made by Slightly Mad Studios and Gamevil.

If you’re a fan of racing games, chances are you’ve heard of Project Cars. The first entry in the series was launched on consoles and PC back in 2015 and last September saw the release of Project Cars 2. Project Cars Go has just been announced by developer Slightly Mad Studios, and in a first for the series, will be released exclusively as a mobile title.

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Some Google employees are resigning due to involvement with Project Maven

Around a dozen people have left so far.

In early March, it was announced that Google was working with the U.S. Defense Department on something called Project Maven – a system that uses artificial intelligence to review drone footage and quickly identify certain people, objects, etc. Following Google’s continued involvement with this, employees are now resigning from the company.

According to Gizmodo, around 12 people have left Google and shared their reasoning for doing so in an  [Read More…]

Project Treble is turning out to be more important than we thought

We’re already seeing the fruits of Google’s labor with Treble and Android P.

While we’re all busy arguing about Android P’s gestures and swooning over the new features, something far more exciting didn’t get the attention I think it deserves: seeing the first fruits of Google’s labor with Project Treble. In a completely unexpected move, Google released the first beta version of Android P for not only its own Pixel phones, but also phones from seven different  [Read More…]

This 10-course bundle may be your ticket to a six-figure career in Project Management

You’ve been thinking about getting a new certification to move you ahead at work; in fact, it’s been on your to-do list for a long time. Being a Project Manager is the ultimate goal, and you know you’d be perfect for the job with the right certification. With tuition costs that seem to climb with every passing year and limited free time on your hands, how are you supposed to attend classes and afford any kind of certification? Project Management  [Read More…]

Android Oreo beta rolling out to Honor 7X with Project Treble support

Available in the U.S., India, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.

The Honor 7X is one of the best choices around if you’re in the market for a smartphone under $ 200 USD, and today, it’s getting a big software update with the beginning of the Android Oreo / EMUI 8.0 beta.

If you signed up to join Honor’s Oreo beta earlier this month, you should receive a message any time now in Honor’s Friendly User Test app  [Read More…]

Project Fi now offers international coverage in 37 new countries, price remains the same

Are you a Project Fi subscriber that loves to travel? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that Google’s MNVO is adding 37 new countries where customers can enjoy text and data coverage, thus bringing Project Fi’s total coverage to 170 territories across the globe. New countries include Belize, Laos, Isle of Man, Monaco, Mongolia, Cameroon, […]

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This $45 Project Management bundle is your ticket to a six-figure career

Worth upwards of $ 3,000, this 10-course kit provides 110 hours of training in topics such as risk management, project management, six sigma, and information technology.

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Project Fi expands international coverage to 170 markets

The app will also let you know if you’re covered for an upcoming trip.

Google’s Project Fi saw a big update this past January in the form of a new feature called “Bill Protection.” This essentially gave Project Fi an $ 80/month unlimited plan, and just about a month since that launch, the service is gaining a couple new tricks focused on international coverage.

First off, Project Fi is now available to use in 37 additional countries  [Read More…]

ASUS, Project Tango, and what could have been (ASUS ZenFone AR Review)

How does the death of Project Tango affect the ASUS ZenFone AR? We spent some time with the device to see if it’s still a compelling option.

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Oreo update for Galaxy S8 does not support Project Treble

This still isn’t a big deal.

After months of being stuck in beta, Android Oreo for the Galaxy S8/S8+ is officially rolling out as a public release. Oreo adds a lot of welcome features to the S8, such as better performance, picture-in-picture, Google’s Autofill API, and more, but one thing you won’t find is support for Project Treble.

Project Treble was announced last May, and its main purpose is to help increase the speed of sluggish software  [Read More…]