Crazysoft super sales for iOS, macOS and tvOS! Up to 50% until 10 Oct.

Don’t Crazysoft October super sales for iOS, macOS and tvOS.
The sales will last only one week, that is from today until 10 October.

iOS and tvOS Sales:

2019 Astrology & Horoscope: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)
Tarot Readings: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)
Palm Reading: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)
Personality & Phychology: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)
Zeus Quest Remastered: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 5.99$)
Frutakia 2: PREMIUM (only 2.99$ from 3.99$)
The Odyssey: PREMIUM (only 2.99$ from 3.99$ *no tvOS)

macOS Sales:

2019 Astrology & Horoscope: PREMIUM (only 5.99$ from 8.99$)
Tarot Readings: PREMIUM (only 5.99$ from 8.99$)
Palm Reading: PREMIUM (only 5.99$ from 8.99$)
Personality & Phychology: PREMIUM (only 5.99$ from 8.99$)
Zeus Quest Remastered: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)
Frutakia 2: PREMIUM (only 2.99$ from 3.99$)
The Odyssey: PREMIUM (only 3.99$ from 6.99$)

Please note: If you buy the iOS version you get the tvOS version free of charge!

Apple’s HomePod Could Leave a Lasting Mark With Customers

Apple’s new US$350 HomePod could make an impact in several ways. In addition to providing listeners with highly praised sound quality, the smart speaker literally could make an impression on some of the wood surfaces it touches — in the form of white rings.

The HomePod, which is compatible only with other Apple products, can stream music to those who have an Apple Music subscription. It has a few other capabilities too — including the dubious ability to mar certain types of wood surfaces. more here

Samsung’s dedicated AI chips to outclass Apple and Huawei in a few months

Apple and Huawei have already introduced AI-focused chipsets last year, the A11 Bionic and Kirin 970, respectively. Not one to allow itself to be left out of the latest trends in the mobile world, Samsung is reportedly working tirelessly on a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) of its own. For mobile devices, the company is said to have already reached “the technological levels of Apple and Huawei”, or so unnamed sources in Korea claim. Samsung will even “come up with better chips” (than Apple and Huawei) “for sure in the second half of the year”. The race is on, then.

The company only started developing its NPU in the second half of 2017, which is the reason for the delay compared to its competitors. With an NPU, a smartphone can process, analyze and store data without the need of a cloud server. Samsung is likely to showcase some of its NPU’s capabilities at MWC in Barcelona next month, though it’s unclear if that will be an open presentation or a ‘behind closed doors’ type of event. The first handset to come with Samsung’s NPU built-in will be the Galaxy Note9, which is apparently scheduled to launch in September. More here