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NVIDIA Bumps All Tesla V100 Models to 32GB, Effective Immediately

NVIDIA Bumps All Tesla V100 Models to 32GB, Effective Immediately

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When first launched last year, the original Tesla V100 shipped with 16GB of HBM2 memory. Now just a little less than a year into its lifetime, NVIDIA is announcing that their workhorse server accelerator is getting a memory capacity bump to 32GB, effectively immediately. For the last couple of years now, NVIDIA has been relying […]

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GIGABYTE’s G190-G30: a 1U Server with Four Volta and NVLink

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GIGABYTE Server, the B2B arm of GIGABYTE’s enterprise line, is adding the G190-G30 to its roster. This is a 1U server that uses four SXM2 GPUs and dual Xeon CPUs. This GPU form factor is designed for embedded on-board connectivity, similar to NVIDIA’s DGX-1 server line. The G190-G30 is designed to accommodate four NVIDIA Tesla V100 […]

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Apple’s less powerful iPad mini 4 is $70 more expensive than the new iPad

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Today, Apple refreshed its iPad lineup with a new 9.7-inch iPad with Pencil support that comes with a student-focused $30 discount. The device is designed to replace last year’s $329 base model iPad, and it sells for that same price to regular consumers. Apple’s race to beat Google in the classroom is a good thing […]

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Google’s Play Movies app for Android now shows where you can stream everything

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Google realizes that you don’t always want to buy or rent a movie or TV show, so today it’s updating the Play Movies & TV app for Android with a helpful feature that will show which apps are currently streaming whatever it is you’re trying to watch. This works for many of the popular go-tos […]

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Setting up an iPad for coding is my greatest feat as a computer user

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A few months ago, I detailed my process for setting up a Pixelbook to code on. It wasn’t easy or simple or straightforward, but it worked in the end: I had all the power and flexibility of Linux, access to my favorite code editor (VS Code), and, of course, the slick web browsing experience that […]

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Nvidia suspends self-driving car tests in wake of Uber crash

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Nvidia will suspend its autonomous vehicle testing on public roads in the aftermath of Uber’s fatal crash in Arizona, Reuters reports. Uber is a customer of Nvidia’s, using the chipmaker’s computing platform in its fleet of self-driving cars. Nvidia had been testing its self-driving cars in New Jersey, California, Japan, and Germany. The company is […]

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Apple now selling the space gray accessories that were previously exclusive to the iMac Pro

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It took a few months after the launch of its very expensive, professional all-in-one iMac Pro, but Apple is now individually selling the space gray Magic Keyboard, Magic Trackpad, and Magic Mouse that debuted alongside it. The accessories quietly popped up after today’s event, as Federico Viticci helpfully pointed out. Previously, they could only be […]

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How Formula E’s new electric racecar is going to change the series

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Formula E is now three and a half seasons old, meaning it’s been around about three and a half seasons longer than many racing fans and critics thought an all-electric motorsport series could last. The mix of racing largely unproven technology with only semi-recognizable drivers has somehow resulted in more excitement than anyone expected. Big–name […]

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The five biggest announcements from the Apple education event

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Apple took its annual spring event out of California and hosted it at a high school in Chicago this year, promising to focus its newest products toward the education market that’s been dominated by Google and Microsoft. The keynote was condensed into just one hour, most of which revolved around all the things you can […]

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NASA delays the launch of its flagship space telescope again — this time until May 2020

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