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LG G Watch R Will Become Wi-Fi Capable

LG G Watch R Will Become Wi-Fi Capable

LG G Watch R Will Become Wi-Fi Capable All Three LG Android Wear Devices Receive Significant New Features With the latest Android Wear update, LG’s first round wearable device, G Watch R, will become Wi-Fi capable, allowing wearers to receive notifications and other information on their wrists even without a Bluetooth connection. Over the next …

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CybertronPC Welcomes the New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 to Their Custom PC Gaming Lineup

CybertronPC Welcomes the New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 to Their Custom PC Gaming Lineup Transition into true PC gaming with CybertronPC systems powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 Graphics Cards CybertronPC, one of the largest PC system integrators in the US, serving PC gaming, home, business and server solutions, will be offering PC gaming rigs powered …

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NVIDIA Offers PC Gamers First Chance to Go Hands-On with ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ Multiplayer

NVIDIA Offers PC Gamers First Chance to Go Hands-On with ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ Multiplayer By Brian Burke of NVIDIA Its launches eclipse Hollywood premieres. Its fans gather by the thousands in arenas to watch their favorite players compete. More than 100 million people have fired up some version of this game. It …

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Intel Broadwell Iris Pro Graphics: Windows 10 vs. Linux

Intel Broadwell Iris Pro Graphics: Windows 10 vs. Linux Resulting from the What Windows 10 vs. Linux Benchmarks Would You Like To See and The Phoronix Test Suite Is Running On Windows 10, here are our first benchmarks comparing the performance of Microsoft’s newly released Windows 10 Pro x64 against Fedora 22 when looking at …

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Razer Acquires OUYA Software Assets

Razer Acquires OUYA Software Assets Razer to add OUYA’s digital platform assets and content to Razer’s product offerings Acquisition strengthens Razer’s commitment to open platform development and game developers Former OUYA team joins Razer to bring even more Android games to the living room Razer™, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, …

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AMD’s Latest Open-Source Driver On Linux Is Getting Competitive With Catalyst 15.7

AMD’s Latest Open-Source Driver On Linux Is Getting Competitive With Catalyst 15.7 With the big Catalyst 15.7 Linux driver update released last week and the continued evolution of the open-source AMD Linux driver in the Linux kernel and Mesa Gallium3D, here are fresh benchmarks of six different AMD Radeon graphics cards when being tested on …

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A Week With GNOME As My Linux Desktop: What They Get Right & Wrong

A Week With GNOME As My Linux Desktop: What They Get Right & Wrong When I sent the Fedora 22 KDE Review off to Michael I did it with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth. It wasn’t because I didn’t like KDE, or hadn’t been enjoying Fedora, far from it. In fact, …

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Respawn Gaming Conference with Expanded Event Program

Respawn Gaming Conference with Expanded Event Program Respawn – Gathering of Game Developers, August 3rd and 4th at Dock.One in Cologne Ahead of gamescom, there is another conference date in Cologne that game developers and enthusiasts will not want to miss: Respawn – Gathering of Game Developers on August 3 and 4. Apart from a …

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AMD A10-7870K Godavari: RadeonSI Gallium3D vs. Catalyst Linux Drivers

AMD A10-7870K Godavari: RadeonSI Gallium3D vs. Catalyst Linux Drivers Last week I started posting AMD A10-7870K Linux benchmarks for this “Godavari” APU that’s effectively a Kaveri Refresh and slightly faster for its four CPU cores and Radeon R7 Graphics over the former high-end Kaveri, the A10-7850K. In today’s articles are some benchmarks of the Radeon …

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Futuremark Begins Development of VR Benchmark, Invites Industry Participation

Futuremark Begins Development of VR Benchmark, Invites Industry Participation Futuremark® is developing a VR benchmark that uses a combination of software and hardware to measure performance, latency, and accuracy. Designed primarily for manufacturers, analysts and press, the VRMark™ benchmark will test a system’s ability to deliver high quality virtual reality experiences for a range of …

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QNAP Partners with Seagate to Showcase Thunderbolt NAS, Qsirch, Virtualization Solutions, QTS 4.2, and More

QNAP Partners with Seagate to Showcase Thunderbolt NAS, Qsirch, Virtualization Solutions, QTS 4.2, and More

QNAP Partners with Seagate to Showcase Thunderbolt NAS, Qsirch, Virtualization Solutions, QTS 4.2, and More At Computex Taipei 2015, QNAP® Systems, Inc. (at Stand J0118) demonstrated the world’s first Thunderbolt™ NAS, the unique search tool “Qsirch”, a hybrid approach to virtualization with Virtualization Station and Container Station, the new QTS 4.2 operating system, multi-zone multimedia system, …

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QNAP TS-563 5-bay Turbo NAS Announced

QNAP TS-563 5-bay Turbo NAS Announced QNAP® Systems, Inc. continues its partnership with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD®) to announce the 5-bay TS-563 Turbo NAS. With an AMD Embedded G-Series quad-core 2.0GHz SoC processor and up to 16GB RAM, the TS-563 features AES-NI hardware-accelerated encryption, SSD cache acceleration, AMD-V™ virtualization, and optional 10GbE connectivity that allows …

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Plex Media Server Now Available On WD’S My Cloud NAS Series

Plex Media Server Now Available On WD’S My Cloud NAS Series WD®, a Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) company, and a world leader in storage solutions is expanding its apps offerings by introducing Plex®, an entertainment app that can now be downloaded to and deployed on the My Cloud® NAS series. Plex organizes video, music and photos …

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First Full-HD, 60 Frames per Second Game-Streaming Service Will Ruin You Forever

First Full-HD, 60 Frames per Second Game-Streaming Service Will Ruin You Forever

First Full-HD, 60 Frames per Second Game-Streaming Service Will Ruin You Forever By Brian Burke of NVIDIA It happened the first time I watched Monday Night Football on HDTV. A whole new world opened for me. After that, it was almost impossible to watch a game at standard definition. I just had a similar experience with …

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Made in the Shade: How NVIDIA Helped Cast More Realistic Shadows in ‘Grand Theft Auto V’

Made in the Shade: How NVIDIA Helped Cast More Realistic Shadows in ‘Grand Theft Auto V’

Made in the Shade: How NVIDIA Helped Cast More Realistic Shadows in ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ By Monier Maher of NVIDIA The virtual world of Grand Theft Auto V has it all. Gritty urban neighborhoods packed with action and intrigue. Sprawling forests and canyons teeming with wildlife. Even, um, immersive undersea environments ready for you …

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Inside ARM’s Cortex-A72 Microarchitecture

Inside ARM’s Cortex-A72 Microarchitecture THANKS IN PART TO the smartphone market’s rapid move toward 64-bit-capable processors, ARM’s licensable CPU cores have seen an upsurge in high-visibility deployments this year. From the Exynos version of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 to newer offerings like the Qualcomm-based LG G4, ARM’s Cortex-A57 has become the new standard for processing …

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Turning A Basement Into A Big Linux Server Room

Turning A Basement Into A Big Linux Server Room This week I posted about my new server room, where there’s Linux benchmarks constantly happening on the Linux kernel and other open-source code via the Phoronix Test Suite and Phoromatic. With many Phoronix readers having been interested in the basement makeover I did to turn a …

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Unconventional Computing: 6 Roads Less Taken to a Computer Career

Computer jobs may conjure the image of drones hunched over in a cubicle, maintaining corporate infrastructure. In an increasingly digital world, however, any number of occupations require those with computer skills. Here are six unconventional jobs working with computers.

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Thecus Compatibility with HGST Ultrastar He8 Helium Enterprise Hard Disk Drives Announced

Thecus Compatibility with HGST Ultrastar He8 Helium Enterprise Hard Disk Drives Announced Experience maximum capacity with Thecus NAS Thecus Technology Corp. today announced the compatibility of its NAS lineup with HGST´s Ultrastar He8 helium-fill hard disk drives (HDDs). By incorporating these new drives with Thecus NAS, users will be able to increase storage capacity while maintaining a quieter, energy …

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What’s next for the online cash gaming market?

However, for all the talk surrounding gaming, there is a sector of the industry that does not get much media attention. Online casinos can now be considered as a legitimate part of the gaming sector. Indeed, experts suggest the sector will be worth more than £3 billion by 2016. However, they get no mainstream press and, when they do, it is either ill-founded or bias.

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PAPAGO! Dashcams Popularity Rising

PAPAGO Dashcams Popularity Rising

PAPAGO! Dashcams Popularity Rising Seemingly endless parades of dashcam footage are posted all over the Internet. Places like Russia and China are rampant with hordes of horrifying and hilarious videos portraying once in a lifetime events all captured on these devices that are placed on the windshield or dashboard of vehicles. There are sites created that …

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How Sony Can Further Their PS4 Sales

It has been a little bit of a mixed bag for Sony in the past year. The PS4 is beating the Xbox One hands down. The console reached 18.5 million sales in its first year, beating the record of the PS2, which is the bestselling console of all time with 155 million units sold worldwide.

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Thermaltake and Tt eSPORTS Sustainable Case Modding Solutions Displayed at PDXLAN25

Thermaltake and Tt eSPORTS Sustainable Case Modding Solutions Displayed at PDXLAN25

Thermaltake and Tt eSPORTS Sustainable Case Modding Solutions Displayed at PDXLAN25 Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units is happy to announce Sponsorship of the Case modding contest and PDXLAN25 event together with Tt eSPORTS, the gaming peripherals brand in Portland, Oregon from February 20 – 23, 2015! …

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A Dive Into Deep Learning, and How GTC Dives Deeper Still

A Dive Into Deep Learning, and How GTC Dives Deeper Still

A Dive Into Deep Learning, and How GTC Dives Deeper Still By Brian Caulfield of NVIDIA Cheap PCs can generate lush virtual worlds. Supercomputers can simulate the formation of galaxies. Even the phone in your hand is more capable than the world’s most powerful computers of just a few decades ago. But until recently, ask …

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A Simple Guide to Designing Your Own Mobile App

Running through the nuances of how you can design your own mobile app is slightly beyond the scope of this article. But there are dozens of products online that will help take you from concept to construction in a few simple steps.

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