Technology

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The HTC Vive Flow Is a Lighter Way to Get Into VR
Vive`s new standalone headset isn`t quite a pair of glasses, but isn`t really a headset either.
Sam Rutherford
gizmodo
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New AMD CPU Socket With Next-Gen Ryzen Chip Coming in 2022
AMD is also bringing its 3D-V cache tech to a Zen 3 Ryzen chip early next year that`ll still use the AM4 socket.
Michael Kan
pcmag
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Can’t afford a new computer? Play PC Building Simulator for free instead
Dream as big as you like. It won’t cost you anything but time.
Alaina Yee
pcworld
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Teardown Confirms Qualcomm Modems in the iPhone 13 Pro
It`s always good to confirm what you suspected all along. In this case, iFixit`s teardown of the iPhone 13 Pro shows that the iPhone 13 line has Qualcomm`s X60 modem
Sascha Segan
pcmag
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Nvidia releases Windows 11 driver with DLSS support for more than 100 games
Nvidia is releasing a new display driver today that adds DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support to 28 games,
Tom Warren
theverge
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Builder.ai Announces its AI-Powered Product Manager Tool, Natasha, is in Beta
Builder.ai is launching a beta of Natasha, an AI-powered product manager that aims to democratize software development with Builder Studio 3.0.
dbta.com
dbta.com
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FIVE YEARS OF TIM COOK TELLING US AR IS THE FUTURE
if you’ve been following Apple for a minute, you’ve probably heard Cook talk about the game-changing potential of augmented reality.
Kim Lyons
theverge
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Chainlink (LINK) Sees a Rise in Development Activity on Github
Chainlink is climbing in terms of its raw amount of notable daily github submissions.
JOHN P. NJUI
ethereumworldnews
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How AI-assisted software testing makes DevOps work
Nearly two-thirds of large enterprises are running mainframe-based apps dating back two decades
Matt Asay
techrepublic
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IoT could drive adoption of near-premises computing
Near-premises computing offers the robustness of a central data center at the edge. It`s time to take a look at this option.
Mary Shacklett
tech republic
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What Tesla’s bet on iron-based batteries means for manufacturers
Elon Musk earlier this week made his most bullish statements yet on iron-based batteries.
Aria Alamalhodaei
techcrunch
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TSMC Is Considering Building a Chip Plant in Japan, CEO Says
Company chairman characterized any Japan fab as “specialty technology,” a term that usually refers to mature node chips that serve specific or niche markets.
Bloomberg
DataCenter Knowledge
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Microsoft`s Windows Cloud PC service almost here - What we know so far
In addition to Windows 11, Microsoft has been secretly working on a new Windows PC experience
Mayank Parmar
bleeping computer
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Photos: 16 books about AI, robotics, automation, and how they`re affecting the job market
Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson, authors and directors of the MIT Initiative...
Kristen Lotze
Tech Republic
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Stop & Shop Looks To Normalize Robots In Public Places
If you have a Stop & Shop convenience store in your area...
Jazz Shaw
Hot Air
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Amazon offers employees $10K and 3 months’ pay to start their own delivery businesses
Following news of Amazon’s plans to reduce Prime shipping down to one day...
Sarah Perez
TechCrunch
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Here’s what robots destroy when they compete with humans
A new study has something to say about the toll of workplace automation...
Andrew Keshner
MarketWatch
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A 10-million-pound undersea cable just set an internet speed record
Breaking down, by the numbers, a new submarine data-transfer accomplishment...
Rob Verger
Popular Science
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Inside the Raspberry Pi: The story of the $35 computer that changed the world
The co-creators of the credit-card-sized board reveal the many challenges they overcame to build the breakthrough machine.
Nick Heath
Tech Republic
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DeepMind`s AlphaZero now showing human-like intuition in historical `turning point` for AI
DeepMind’s artificial intelligence programme AlphaZero is now showing signs of human-like intuition and creativity, in what developers have hailed as ‘turning point’ in history
Sarah Knapton
Yahoo News