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Mobileye CEO clowns on Nvidia for allegedly copying self-driving car safety scheme

By | Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, autonomous vehicles, Gadgets, Hardware, Intel, Mobileye, nvidia, Robotics, self-driving cars, TC, Transportation

While creating self-driving car systems, it’s natural that different companies might independently arrive at similar methods or results — but the similarities in a recent “first of its kind” Nvidia proposal to work done by Mobileye two years ago were just too much for the latter company’s CEO to take politely.

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Acer’s launches new high-end gaming laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 GPUs

By | Acer, CES 2019, Gadgets, Gaming, gaming laptops, Hardware, nvidia, nvidia RTCX 2080

Acer today announced two new gaming laptops at CES, the 17-inch $4,000 Predator Triton 900 with a convertible 4K display and the somewhat more affordable all-metal 15-inch $1,800 Triton 500. What sets these laptops apart is, among a few other interesting features and some interesting design choices, support for Nvidia’s new(ish) RTX 2080 GPUs, the […]

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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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