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Nvidia releases GeForce 368.22 drivers for Overwatch

To coincide with the hotly anticipated launch of Blizzard Entertainment's latest multiplayer first-person shooter, Overwatch, Nvidia has released a new set of "Game Ready" GeForce graphics card drivers that are packed with optimizations for the title.

Google built its own processor to power machine learning

Machine learning is an integral part of Google’s strategy, powering many of the company’s top applications. It’s so important, in fact, that the search giant has been working behind closed doors for years developing its own custom solution to power…

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Review: The Mad King of GPUs

First to market with a true next generation GPU is Nvidia and this could very well be the biggest step in GPU technology we've seen in recent years. The new GeForce GTX 1080 is faster, built using the 16nm design process and packed with GDDR5X memory, it promises to put away the Titan X while consuming less power than the 980 Ti. We put this and other bold claims to the test.

Zotac announces two new Windows 10 stick PCs

Zotac’s Zbox line of small form factor PCs is well-known for packing an impressive amount of hardware into a small footprint. That trend continues today with the formal unveiling of its new stick PCs, the Zotac Zbox PI220 and PI221. …

The biggest question for IoT: Who pays?

Talk to anyone with even a passing interest in the Internet of Things, and they’ll quickly tell you that the real value of an IoT deployment lies in the data that it generates and the insights that can be gleamed…

Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire Keyboard Review: Meet the new MX Speed switches

Corsair is building upon its previous collaboration with Cherry to bring another exclusive line of switches to the mechanical keyboard market. Aimed squarely at gamers, the new MX Speed switches are not only quiet but also reduce travel distance to 1.2mm for a lighting fast 4ms actuation speed on the K65 RGB Rapidfire, K70 Rapidfire and K70 RGB Rapidfire being tested today.

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