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Google buys GIF platform Tenor

Google buys GIF platform Tenor

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Google has acquired the GIF platform Tenor for Android, iOS, and desktop, the company announced today. Tenor is going to help Google bring up GIFs inside Google images and other services like Gboard more easily. Notably, Tenor is a GIF platform that Facebook has used in its Messenger service to let users send GIFs more […]

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Hell is full of subtweets in Afterparty, a game about outdrinking the devil

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Best friends Milo and Lola are dead. They’ve gone straight to hell, and their only chance to return to Earth is to challenge and beat Satan himself in a drinking contest. It sounds like the setup for the worst hangover of all time, but Night School Studio’s new game, Afterparty, includes one more diabolical layer: […]

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New redesigned Apple Watch Series 4 rumored to arrive later this year

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Apple is likely to release redesigned Apple Watch Series 4 models in the fall, according to a report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. As 9to5Mac notes, the updated watches should have larger displays, enhanced health monitoring, and a longer battery life. While Kuo is vague on some details surrounding the redesigned watch, he says […]

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Google Maps is now available in 39 new languages

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Google Maps is now available in 39 new languages, the company announced today in a blog post. These languages — including Afrikaans, Danish, Filipino, Hebrew, Icelandic, Mongolian, Serbian, Slovak, Swahili, Turkish, and Vietnamese, to name a few — are spoken by around 1.25 billion people. Keep in mind there are a total of 6,909 living […]

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It’s really easy to get Apple’s education discount on the new iPad

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Apple’s education pricing, which usually knocks around 10 percent off the price of most Apple products, is available to the following people: Current and newly accepted college students and their parents. Faculty and staff of all grade levels. Homeschool teachers. If you’re one of those people, you can get Apple’s new iPad for $309, instead […]

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Logitech’s new rugged case for the iPad has its own smart keyboard connector

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Logitech’s Rugged Combo 2 keyboard case for the iPad is not likely to be something you’ll want to buy. It’s just too big for most. It’s very, very rugged, surrounding the device in a huge plastic block that feels like it could protect the glass inside from nearly anything. (Logitech says it’s good for up […]

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NVIDIA’s DGX-2: Sixteen V100 GPUs, 30 TB of NVMe, only $400K

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Ever wondered why the consumer GPU market is not getting much love from NVIDIA’s Volta architecture yet? This is a minefield of a question, nuanced by many different viewpoints and angles – even asking the question will poke the proverbial hornet nest inside my own mind of different possibilities. Here is one angle to consider: […]

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The Logitech Crayon is great, but it’s limited to the education market

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We just got a look at the new iPad accessories Logitech announced today: the $49 Crayon and the $99 Rugged Case. They are really nice, but they are not for you. Both accessories are specifically designed to sell to the education market and will not hit general retail. Let’s start with the Crayon because it’s […]

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Big Volta Comes to Quadro: NVIDIA Announces Quadro GV100

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Along with today’s memory capacity bump for the existing Tesla V100 cards, NVIDIA is also rolling out a new Volta-based card for the Quadro family. Aptly named the Quadro GV100, this is the successor to last year’s Quadro GP100, and marks the introduction of the Volta architecture into the Quadro family. As a consequence of […]

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NVIDIA Develops NVLink Switch: NVSwitch, 18 Ports For DGX-2 & More

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Back in 2016 when NVIDIA launched the Pascal GP100 GPU and associated Tesla cards, one of the consequences of their increased server focus for Pascal was that interconnect bandwidth and latency became an issue. Having long relied on PCI Express, NVIDIA’s goals for their platform began outpacing what PCIe could provide in terms of raw […]

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