NVIDIA has announced virtual GPUs (vGPUs), which are specifically designed to give Autodesk developers and sales technicians quick access to all their applications and products from anywhere. NVIDIA’s vGPU is a highly-advanced technology used for sharing the company’s GPUs across virtual machines and virtual applications. NVIDIA vGPU software products include GRID Virtual PC, GRID Virtual Apps, and Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation.
Battle Royale games continue to be incredibly popular—the mode was confirmed to appear in the upcoming Battlefield V at EA’s E3 conference yesterday. And while former king PUBG keeps losing players, Fortnite: Battle Royale is going from strength to strength, no doubt helped by endorsements from celebrities and athletes who…
360 cameras are a lot of fun, but I don’t have to tell you that they are also expensive. You’re probably saying to yourself that you already have a smartphone and it stinks to have to buy a new camera just to get all of the latest capabilities. Your phone serves you well enough. Guess what? You’re right.
theVRkit is an Affordable 360 Camera
You already have a smartphone. So all you have to do is get an accessory that will turn it into a 360 camera. And that’s just what theVRkit does. This is a great affordable alternative to buying a new 360 camera. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune to play around with VR. theVRkit gives you two options. You c… Gadget Review
When we talk about “information technology,” we generally mean the technology part, like computers, networks, and software. But information itself, and its behavior in quantum systems, is a central focus for MIT’s interdisciplinary Quantum Engineering Group (QEG) as it seeks to develop quantum computing and other applications of quantum technology.
A QEG team has provided unprecedented visibility into the spread of information in large quantum mechanical systems, via a novel measurement methodology and metric described in a new article in Physics Review Letters. The team has been able, for the first time, to measure the spread of correlations among quantum… MIT News – Nanoscience and nanotechnology – MIT.nano
Scotty Allen loves to tinker. He followed up on his recent project manually expanding the storage capacity of his iPhone with a new trick: extracting an iPhone memory chip and converting it into a USB drive. To be clear, Allen isn’t suggesting this is practical. Buying a USB drive is cheaper and vastly easier. But […]
(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Drone delivery is coming, but as this calamitous demonstration shows, it’s not quite ready for prime time. The flying machine was supposed to deliver a package to a remote village, but it crashed into a building instead.
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Earlier this month, CNN’s Brian Stelter broke the news that Sinclair Broadcast Group, owner or operator of nearly 200 television stations in the U.S., would be forcing its news anchors to record a promo about “the troubling trend of irresponsible, one sided news stories plaguing our country.” The script, which parrots…
Self-declared Flat Earth researcher and DIY steam rocket enthusiast “Mad” Mike Hughes has finally managed to prove the haters wrong about his ability to blast himself some 1,875 feet into the sky without being crushed or scalded to death, the Associated Press reported on Sunday.