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Dilbert - September 20, 2018 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Microsoft's collaboration software Teams works on its collaboration hardware Surface Hub

The Register - 23 min 26 sec ago
Coming soon to a massive jumped-up whiteboard near you

Microsoft has finally made its Teams collaborative software available for the big-bastard-screen Surface Hub.…

Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti review: A tale of two very expensive graphics cards

Ars Technica - 47 min 6 sec ago

Sam Machkovech

Specs at a glance: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition CUDA CORES 4352 TEXTURE UNITS 272 ROPS 88 CORE CLOCK 1,350MHz BOOST CLOCK 1,635MHz MEMORY BUS WIDTH 352 bits MEMORY BANDWIDTH 616GB/s MEMORY SIZE 11GB GDDR6 Outputs 3x DisplayPort 1.4, 1x HDMI 2.0b, 1x USB Type-C (VirtualLink VR) Release date September 20, 2018 PRICE Founders Edition (as reviewed): $1,199. Partner cards priced at: $1,169.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 GPU Price: $799 at Nvidia

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Like any piece of expensive technology, a top-of-the-line graphics card comes with all manner of lingo and abbreviation. You'll need a glossary to wade through the stuff inside (processors, CUDA cores, ROPs), the speeds measured (memory bandwidth, boost clocks, TeraFLOPS), and the results you want from a good card (anti-aliasing, frame rates, higher resolutions).

Thanks to Nvidia's newest products, the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti, that required glossary is only getting bigger.

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Welcome to NES-flix: Testing Nintendo Online’s new 8-bit library on Switch

Ars Technica - 52 min 22 sec ago

Enlarge (credit: Nintendo)

On Tuesday night, at roughly 11 p.m. ET, Nintendo finally did it: they put a bunch of classic NES games on the Switch.

(No, the December 2017 launch of Vs. Super Mario Bros. doesn't count, because that's a Switch port of an arcade game. We win on a technicality.)

After signing up for the new paid Nintendo Switch Online service, we were able to load 20 first- and third-party NES games on a Switch, all via one 54MB app full of pre-loaded ROMs. Only paying subscribers get access to this app, which makes this—a subscription-based classic-gaming service—as close as Nintendo has ever gotten to resembling Netflix. (NES-flix?)

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Man cuffed for testing fruit with bum cheek pre-purchase

The Register - 54 min 12 sec ago
Brings new meaning to try before you buy

Anyone that’s ever had a penchant for using their buttocks to test the ripeness of a peach, plum or squash in a supermarket pre-purchase might have some sympathy for a US chap that was arrested for allegedly doing just that.…


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