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Nvidia confirms purchase of ARM for $40 billion

TOPICS: ARM, equity, Nvidia, shares, SoftBank

Nvidia has announced that it has reached an agreement with the SoftBank Group to buy the British chip designer ARM for $40 billion (‘33.75 billion). The company says that ARM will operate as a division of Nvidia, maintain its headquarters in Cambridge, UK, and “continue to operate its open licensing model while maintaining its neutrality […]

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Ubisoft announces Riders Republic, a multiplayer extreme sports game that will be available on February 25th

TOPICS: Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, cycling, extreme sports, Grand Teton, Mammoth Mountain, multiplayer, Riders Republic, Sequoia Park, ski, snowboard, Ubisoft, Yosemite Valley, Zion

Ubisoft and Ubisoft Annecy, Steep’s responsible development studio, have announced Riders Republic, a new game that will be available on February 25, 2021 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC (Epic Games Store, Uplay) and Stadia. Players who purchase the title for the current consoles will receive a free upgrade if they make the […]

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The devastating fires in California have also taken over the skies of Microsoft Flight Simulator

TOPICS: California, fires, Microsoft Flight Simulator, smoke, wildfires

Social networks were filled yesterday with images that seemed to be taken from Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049. Hand in hand with a thick orange sky, the fog and the fires that are ravaging the forests of California, cities like San Francisco woke up with a look as beautiful to the eye as it is […]

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Nintendo increases Switch production to 30 million in response to high demand

TOPICS: coronavirus, manufacturing, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, pandemic, production, Switch

The Japanese company is asking for an increase in orders for the hybrid platform for the fiscal year ending in March 2021. Sources point out that Switch has not yet met the demand. While the coronavirus pandemic was dragging behind it an iron confinement all around the world, Nintendo seems to have taken note of […]

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Xbox Series S is now official: Microsoft introduces its most affordable next-generation console for $299

TOPICS: Xbox, Xbox Series S

After the important filtration of Xbox consoles that took place this very morning, Microsoft has taken very little time to officially confirm its new console. Xbox Series S is already a reality, the Redmond company has confirmed the existence of the console with its first official image, and most importantly: it will cost only 299 […]

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Hyprmeet, to replace your webcam with an animated avatar

TOPICS: avatar, Hyprmeet, OBS, Skype, teams, video calls, videoconference, webcam, zoom

A legacy left to us so far in 2020, from the early days of confinement, to the present new normality, is the increased use of video calls as a tool of daily communication. In order to personalize them, over the days we have seen the appearance of more than one tool that provides from small […]

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Smart Travel: innovation, accessibility and sustainability

TOPICS: accessibility, destinations, innovation, recycling, smart cities, smart travel, sustainability, tourism, travel

The pandemic has put the brakes on mass tourism and now there is an opportunity to rethink the very essence of travel. Whether a vaccine returns the world to normal within two or three years, it is clear that something has changed around travel; nothing would be the same even if everything were back to […]

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Qualcomm introduces Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G, designed for Windows ARM notebooks

TOPICS: 5G, Acer Spin 7, Aqstic, ARM, Bluetooth 5.1, Qualcomm, Snapdragon, Wi-Fi 6, Windows

Qualcomm is not new to ARM processors for the desktop – including laptops, of course – but after Apple’s announcement to migrate all of its computers to its own line of processors, it looks like the future of consumer computer competitiveness will be built on this architecture, so the race is on. For this reason, […]

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