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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Overwatch Returns To Winter Wonderland December 12th With Mei Yeti Hunt Mode

    Brace yourself folks, winter is here! It so happens that I spotted the first snowfall—a dusting, really—of the season where my home office is located in Tennessee, then found out that Blizzard Entertainment is prepping its seasonal Overwatch event, Winter Wonderland, for December 12 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and...
  • Nintendo's Latest Zelda: Breath Of The Wild DLC Gives Link A Rockin' Motorcycle

    Nintendo surprised everyone over the night by releasing the second major DLC expansion for the incredibly popular Switch and Wii:U game: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The DLC, called The Champions' Ballad, is now available to Breath of the Wild gamers that have purchased the $20 Expansion Pass...
  • Tesla Is Developing Its Own Custom AI Chips To Drive Level 5 Autonomous EVs

    Tesla is indeed developing custom AI semiconductors that will help with autonomous driving chores, company CEO and founder Elon Musk has finally confirmed. It is not entirely clear if Tesla is working with AMD on specialized hardware for its electric vehicles, though Musk did offer up that Jim Keller, a...
  • Google's Waze Navigation Rerouting AI Directed Drivers Into The Fiery Hell Of California Wildfires

    Motorists should take caution when driving in the direction of California's wildfires, even when using a navigation app that is continually updated. Case in point, users of Waze and other similar navigation apps report that driving directions have pointed them squarely to where the wildfires are raging, including roads that...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds PC Release Date Set For December 20, Miramar Desert Map Announced

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUGB), the super popular survival shooter that sits at more than 20 million players, is coming out of Steam's Early Access and releasing to PC on December 20, 2017. That is just in the nick of time to meet the developer's promise of releasing the game before the...
  • Apple iOS flaws left smart gadgets vulnerable

    Apple has fixed a security flaw in its HomeKit system that could have let unauthorised people control smart home gadgets such as door locks and lights. The bug appeared in the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system iOS 11.2, and could have let criminals unlock internet-connected doors. A researcher...
  • YouTube Remix On-Demand Music Subscription Service Tipped for March Release

    A new rumor is circulating that claims YouTube is getting ready to launch a new music service in March. According to people claiming to be familiar with the matter, the new service is called YouTube Remix and it's Alphabet Inc's latest attempt to combat Spotify and Apple in the music...
  • Staffordshire University goes all-in on Microsoft Azure for digital transformation

    Staffordshire University is in the midst of a major, multi-year digital transformation, geared towards positioning the organisation as a technology leader in UK education. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that...
  • Best business tablets to buy in 2017

    Even though numerous tablet manufacturers focus on the multiple entertainment and leisure applications of devices like the iPad, they can also play an important role in your business. Modern tablet computing transforms the power of a laptop into hand-held form, allowing you to enter a completely new realm of enterprise...
  • Nvidia reveals Titan V, its AI-focused graphics card

    Nvidia has launched the most powerful graphics processor unit (GPU) it has ever built, aimed at accelerating artificial intelligence applications and machine learning algorithms. The Nvidia Titan V is the first consumer-level GPU that makes use of the graphics card company's latest Volta architecture. But at nearly $3,000 it is really...

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