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Tesla updates user interface, web browser in older Model S and Model X vehicles

By | Elon Musk, Gadgets, musk, nvidia, tegra, Tesla, Tesla Model S, transport

A new update is bringing an improved user interface to older Tesla vehicles. According to this report citing forum users, the v8.1 (2018.12) update improves the speed and capability in Model S and Model X vehicles equipped with an Nvidia Tegra 3-powered MCU. This was expected; Musk stated in late December 2017 that Tesla was […]

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Nvidia stuns by driving a car in real life through virtual reality

By | ceo, Computer Hardware, computing, digital media, driver, ford fusion, Gadgets, HTC, htc corporation, HTC Vive, Jensen Huang, leader, nvidia, Virtual reality, Vive

Today at Nvidia’s GTC conference the company unveiled a wild technology demo and it’s straight out of Black Panther. Simply put, a driver using virtual reality was remotely controlling a car in real life. “He’s not with us,” Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, said pointing the driver on the stage. “He’s looking at this virtual […]

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Arm chips with Nvidia AI could change the Internet of Things

By | ARM, ARM Holdings, Artificial Intelligence, computing, Gadgets, Intel, Internet of Things, IoT, IP Group, machine learning, microwave, mobile devices, neural networks, nvidia, TC, Technology, tegra, trillium, vp

Nvidia and Arm today announced a partnership that’s aimed at making it easier for chip makers to incorporate deep learning capabilities into next-generation consumer gadgets, mobile devices and Internet of Things objects. Mostly, thanks to this partnership, artificial intelligence could be coming to doorbell cams or smart speakers soon. Arm intends to integrate Nvidia’s open-source […]

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TPCast unveils adapter to enable multiple wireless HTC Vive VR headsets

By | california, Computer Hardware, Gadgets, Headset, HTC, htc corporation, HTC Vive, nvidia, Real estate, san jose, Virtual reality

Late last year, TPCast announced an adapter that cut the HTC Vive cords. The company is back with an enterprise version that delivers 2k content to several HTC Vive units with sub 2ms latency. Unveiled at Nvidia’s GTC 2019 conference in San Jose, the product is aimed at VR uses cases where multiple people are […]

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Nvidia CEO clarifies its GPUs are ‘absolutely’ immune to Meltdown and Spectre

By | Artificial Intelligence, computing, Gadgets, GeForce, GPGPU, Hardware, Jensen Huang, nvidia, TC, Video Cards, Virtual reality, vulnerability

 Nvidia issued a security bulletin on Tuesday detailing updates it made to its driver software to address the so-called Meltdown CPU vulnerability revealed by Google’s Project Zero. The bulletin was misinterpreted by some outlets as an admis…

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Nvidia’s Shield TV offers Wii and GameCube games in HD in China

By | 1080p, Baidu, China, computing, fiction, Gadgets, Gaming, Hardware, Nintendo, nvidia, nvidia shield, TC, video gaming, Wii

 Nvidia just rolled out a very interesting selection of software for its over-the-top Shield TV box in China – Wii games, running in 1080p resolution, including New Super Mario Bros. Wii, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and PUNCH-OUT!!. It’s only in China, where Shield TV is launching for the first time, but it’s an official tie-up between Nvidia and Nintendo, which… Read More

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Nvidia Shield TV gets a new, lower price ahead of Apple TV 4K launch

By | 4k, apple tv, Gadgets, Media, nvidia, Shield, TC

 Nvidia’s Shield TV, an Android TV-based device that’s currently the best option available for 4K streaming fans, is getting a price drop with a new package that leaves out the included video game controller. Bundled with just the remote, the 16GB Shield TV is now $179 – $20 cheaper than the Shield TV bundle that also includes the joypad, and in line with the pricing of the… Read More

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HP’s new Nvidia-powered backpack VR PC is designed for work, not play

By | Enterprise, Gadgets, Hardware, HP, nvidia, TC, Virtual reality

 HP has a new entrant in that most curious PC niche – the backpack computer. A product of the virtual reality computing wave, the backpack PC provides all the power needed to drive high-quality VR headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, but with a form factor that allows the user to roam about untethered. The new HP Z VR Backpack is a bit different from the rest of the field, though,… Read More

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