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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Microsoft Delivers OpenXR Cross-Platform Runtime For Windows Mixed Reality

    Microsoft has been somewhat aggressive in pushing mixed reality experiences in Windows 10, and it's initiative is the reason why there is a spattering of relatively affordable headsets to choose from (Acer, Dell, Lenovo, and others have jumped on board). In its latest push, Microsoft is bringing the recently ratified...
  • Google reveals gaming platform Stadia

    Google has unveiled a new digital gaming platform called Stadia which will stream data-rich games that have traditionally had to be either downloaded or purchased on disk. At launch it will work on existing desktops, laptops, TVs and phones, said the firm's Phil Harrison. The firm also revealed a controller...
  • Hands-On Samsung Galaxy Fold Video Gives Close-up Look At Controversial Display Crease

    One of the most hyped smartphones that was unveiled earlier this year was the Samsung Galaxy Fold. It represented the first entry from a mainstream smartphone OEM into what’s sure to be a hot category over the next few years: folding smartphones. Today, we’re getting a closer, real-world hands-on look at...
  • Apple launches surprise desktop iMac and iMac Pro upgrades

    Apple has beefed up its range of iMacs with Intel's latest 9th-gen processors and improved AMD Vega graphics, which the company says will offer up to 2.4 times the performance. Both the 21.5in and 27in desktop iMac models have received internal hardware refreshes for the first time since 2017, although...
  • Apple iMacs Finally Refreshed With 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs And Add Radeon Vega GPU Options

    Yesterday, Apple refreshed its iPad mini family and introduced an all-new 10.5-inch iPad Air model. Today, it’s time for Apple turn to its attention to its oft-neglected iMac family, which hasn’t seen an update in nearly 700 days. With today’s update, Apple is bringing some significant processor and GPU upgrades to...
  • Atari's Retro VCS Is Delayed Again, But Ryzen APU Gets Specs Upgrade

    Retro gaming fans who have been awaiting the release of the Atari VCS (formerly known as Ataribox) are going to have to wait a little bit longer. Atari announced that it is pushing back the release again, this time until the end of the 2019, though the final product will...
  • Cohesity plans to put backup data to good use

    Could the data contained in backups be put to good use, rather than vegetating while it waits for some hypothetical restore sometime in the future? That’s the idea behind functionality implemented by Cohesity in the latest version of its scale-out backup DataPlatform, 6.3, which was released in February. “The problem...
  • Netgear Nighthawk AX12 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router Delivers Breakneck Speeds And Star Wars Style

    Wi-Fi 6 routers are still a bit of luxury in the networking market, and haven’t yet reached the saturation point of Wi-Fi 5 (aka 802.11ac), which has had years to propagate. With that being, Netgear has introduced a brand-new high-performance Wi-Fi 6 router that is aimed at streaming enthusiasts looking for...
  • How To Watch Google's GDC 2019 Keynote And Game Streaming Announcement

    Later today, Google will hold a keynote at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) where the sultan of search is expected to unveil a new game streaming service. You can check it out right here, starting at 10 am PT (1 pm ET), as we have embedded the livestream below. Alternately...
  • NVIDIA Jetson Nano: A Raspberry Pi-Style Dev Kit For AI Researchers And DIY Crowd

    Last year NVIDIA launched the Jetson AGX Xavier board which aimed to be the brains behind next-gen AI devices. NVIDIA has now announced the Jetson Nano developer board that it says will enable the development of millions of new and small low-power AI systems. NVIDIA is aiming the Jetson Nano...

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