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Imagine a next-generation GeForce RTX graphics card built around a GPU manufactured by Intel. Sounds farfetched, right? It's actually not. While nothing of the sort is imminent or on any current roadmap, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang was surprisingly upfront about the possibility during a recent question and answer... Read more...
CEO and former OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei announced something about Nothing yesterday during a live stream event. Pei said, "We're building the most compelling alternative to Apple." Nothing is a consumer tech company based out of London, UK, and announced its first highly anticipated smartphone device yesterday... Read more...
Have aliens visited Earth? Some argue that aliens have not only visited Earth, but artifacts from them can be found in the ocean. A UFO specialist claims that a circle visible on the ocean floor in Google Earth is irrefutable proof of alien life. The circle measures 4.2 miles (6.8 kilometers) in diameter and sits... Read more...
Astronomers have captured an image of an Odd Radio Circle (ORC) in high definition for the first time. In some instances, an ORC can have a diameter of hundreds of kiloparsecs (kps). In comparison, our Milky Way is about 30 kpc across and its center lies about 8 kpc from the Solar System. The ambiguous ORCs were... Read more...
Stephen E. Wilhite, creator of the GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) file format, has passed away from complications related to the Covid-19 virus.  He as 74 years old when symptoms from the disease came on suddenly. Prior to his passing, Wilhite and his wife Kathaleen had been planning a series of camping... Read more...
When OnePlus announced its flagship OnePlus 10 Pro 5G at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year, there was never any doubt it would be released in the US. We just didn't know exactly when, because that tidbit hadn't been revealed (it's been exclusive to China so far). Well, now we know. OnePlus today... Read more...
AMD's FSR 1.0 was a solid first effort by the company, but as is the case with any new technology, there is always room for improvement. FSR 1.0 is mostly a post-processing filter that attempts to make a blurry, low-resolution image look clearer by applying a sharpening filter. It's better than a linear upscale, but... Read more...
The PlayStation 2 stands as one of the most successful game platforms of all time. In fact, it is actually the best-selling game console of all time, moving over 155 million units in total. It has a massive library of more than 3800 games, and many of the biggest franchises of today made their debut on the PS2. With... Read more...
Are you ever sitting at your Nintendo 64 thinking, "I wish this game were wide-screen and higher fidelity"? Well, today is your lucky day, as The Ship of Harkinian has been released! Named after King Harkinian, a character not mentioned in the original Legend Of Zelda games, the open-source project allows fans of the... Read more...
YouTube has announced the addition of nearly 4,000 episodes of your favorite TV shows that you can stream for free. Shows that have been added include Hell's Kitchen, Andromeda, Heartland and more. For many people, YouTube is the go to place when wanting to consume videos of all types. The streaming platform is... Read more...
It will be about a month before AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D with its fat stack of 3D V-cache sashays onto retail shelves, but the benchmarks are already starting to trickle in. As such, we have a chance to make some early and unofficial comparisons with the Ryzen 7 5800X, essentially the same chip but without the added... Read more...
Netflix is getting ready to stream the first half of the fourth season of Stranger Things, the hugely popular series that pays homage to 1980s sci-fi and horror dramas. For those you who can't get enough of Stranger Things, there's a themed crossover headed to Far Cry 6. And don't worry if you don't own the game, you... Read more...
Playstation 5 owners will soon receive a feature that has been frequently requested over the last year or so. Sony recently stated that Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) support for the PS5 is “on the horizon.” Many are grateful that VRR will arrive soon as this feature has long been available on the Xbox Series X. VRR... Read more...
A physicist and two colleagues believe that wormholes may help work out a paradox proposed by Stephen Hawking in the 1970s. The paradox involves what happens to information once it falls into a black hole. In the 1970s, Stephen Hawking argued against Einstein's theory of general relativity, that nothing that falls... Read more...
NVIDIA kicked off its GTC 2022 event this week with a flurry of announcements, highlighted by its Hopper GPU architecture and 144-core Grace CPU Superchip. It was an absolute blitz, in terms of everything unveiled so far. Adding to the pile, NVIDIA is expanding its lineup of workstation GPUs with the RTX A5500 in... Read more...
Is your Tarnished currently swimming through an endless void? There is now a fix for that. The latest Elden Ring patch prevents players from getting stuck in the notorious infinite death loop. Elden Ring patch 1.03.2 specifically fixes a “a bug in multiplayer that allowed players to teleport others to incorrect map... Read more...
It was only around four and a half months ago when Kioxia debuted its CD7 series of cutting-edge SSDs for data centers, which entered the market as the industry's first PCIe 5.0 models to support the EDSFF E3.S (7.5mm) form factor. Now just a relatively short while later, Kioxia announced it sampling its second... Read more...
According to a recent cybersecurity report, ransomware attacks, having doubled in each of the past two years, are on track to outpace phishing attacks as the number one cause of data compromises. That said, phishing attacks are still king for now and will continue to pose a serious threat even if they are surpassed by... Read more...
The majority of big game studios these days prefer to license preexisting engine technology, like Epic Games' Unreal Engine or Bethesda's infamous use of the Creation (neé Gamebryo) engine. While you do give up some control over the low-level aspects of your game—and it's not a silver bullet for technical issues—it's simpler and easier to Read more...
NVIDIA didn't hold back on the first day of its GTC 2022 event, announcing a bevy of products and platforms including Hopper H100, the world's largest AI and compute accelerator, and a 144-core Grace CPU Superchip. It also unveiled some developments in robotics, and as is the topic here, Ominverse Cloud for easier and... Read more...
Do you ever look at your games library and wish you could organize them better? Sure, there are plenty of people who have that wish. Unfortunately for Nintendo Switch owners, this was impossible. Until now! On Monday, March 21, 2022, Nintendo released an update to the best-selling console it has ever had, the... Read more...
Microsoft has teamed up with Paramount Pictures to give away a custom Xbox Series S console themed after Sonic and Knuckles, and it looks pretty swank. The controllers, though? Well, you be the judge—it comes with two wireless Xbox controllers, both themed as well but not with a special paint job or graphics. Instead... Read more...
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