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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Ctera teams with HPE to put cloud gateways in Simplivity HCI

    Hybrid cloud file system appliance provider Ctera has augmented its range with the hyper-converged X Series, which sees its cloud gateway software married to HPE Simplivity hyper-converged hardware. The product is aimed at larger edge and remote office deployments where a good chunk of compute power is required in addition...
  • Black Shark 2 Gaming Phone Attacks With Snapdragon 855, 12GB RAM, And Liquid Cooling

    The first Black Shark gaming smartphone launched in April of 2018, and while not exactly svelte, the smartphone was powerful. Rumors circulated late last year that the Black Shark 2 gaming smartphone would launch in October, but that launch never materialized. We had heard that the Black Shark 2 would...
  • Huge Norwegian aluminium plants hit by cyber-attack

    The operator of one of the largest aluminium plants in Europe has switched to manual operations at its smelting facilities following a cyber-attack. Hydro, which employs more than 35,000 people across 40 countries, says the attack began on Monday evening and is still under way. A spokesman told the BBC...
  • Christchurch shootings: Facebook gives new details on NZ attack video

    Facebook has said a live broadcast of last week's Christchurch attacks was viewed fewer than 200 times, as the firm faces growing criticism for failing to block the footage. On Friday, a gunman live-streamed for 17 minutes an attack on two mosques that killed 50 people. Facebook said the video...
  • NVIDIA Pascal And Turing GeForce GTX GPUs To Gain Ray Tracing Support WIth April Driver Update

    When NVIDIA launched its first trio of Turing GPUs – the GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti – the headlining feature of the cards was their support for hardware-based real-time ray tracing. We’ve seen titles like Battlefield V and Metro Exodus make full use of real-time ray tracing to deliver ultra-realistic reflections, water...
  • NVIDIA's GauGAN Machine Learning Tool Turns Doodles Into Photorealistic Landscapes

    We all know that NVIDIA is doing some cool thing in graphics as it relates to gaming, namely real-time ray tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), courtesy of its Turing GPU architecture and RTX technology. But it's not all fun and games, it's also fun and photo manipulation. By...
  • US DOE To Employ Intel Xe GPU Tech For First Exascale Supercomputer

    The hardware may still be in development, but Intel just landed a major design win nonetheless, one that will reportedly culminate in the world’s first Exascale Supercomputer powered partially by Intel’s upcoming Xe graphics technology. It was just announced that Intel and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will deliver...
  • Apple Is Nervously Monitoring How Its Products Will Be Featured In New Streaming TV Service

    Even the most ardent fans of movie theaters cannot ignore the increased popularity of streaming. In 2018, Netflix reportedly brought in $15.8 billion USD in revenue. Tech giant Apple is certainly taking notice and plans to reveal more information about its own streaming service at an event on March 25th...
  • Apex Legends Wild Frontier Season 1 Battle Pass Launch Date And Pricing Announced

    After weeks of speculation, we’re finally getting some concrete information on Apex Legends’ first battle pass.  Respawn Entertainment announced early this afternoon that the Season 1 battle pass – Wild Frontier -- will drop tomorrow, March 19th.  Wild Frontier will launch at 1pm EST (10am PST), and will be priced at 950...
  • Elon Musk Says Orbital-Class SpaceX Starship Prototype Heat Shield Tiles Pass Critical Tests

    SpaceX has performing admirably in its efforts to move the U.S. one step closer to being able to put its own astronauts into orbit again. The company was able to successfully launch its Crew Dragon capsule early this month, and the capsule later splashed down safely on return from the...

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