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The newest Black Hole Benchmark is now also available on hwbot.org! It's still seen as beta, so there're not yet official rankings for the benchmark. But that will change soon with more submission for the benchmark itself!
Keeping up with new inventions and technological improvements is kinda my thing. Writing about technology is just a result of my fascination with it. I hope to provide readers with as much news as possible, everyday.
When searching for headphones you will definitely see some products of Skullcandy. The American company that is on the market since 2003 is known for their unique designs and heavy bass-based tunes. With this headphone Skullcandy delivers a modern looking headphone with active noise-cancelling and some extra features like Tile
BOSE SoundSport Free wireless headphones free
Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - 10:15
Throughout the years, we went from: “let’s wire everything” to do everything wireless. The ear pods are the new hype on the market and Bose decided to go along with this trend. Bose is well known for their speakers and headphones, they deliver quality combined with a great design. Their new wireless headphones are focused on sports, which gives a huge advantage if you think about the ear pods being wireless.
If you are looking for an original useful Christmas gift, maybe these ear pods are worth considering.
B&O Beoplay M3 review
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 12:54
Humans need music in their lives. Everybody wants a sound system that easily connects, looks stylish and sounds great. Bang & Olufsen is a company that tries to take all these properties and put it into their speakers/sound systems. Their new M3 Multiroom speaker, the little brother of the M5, is a shot to take these qualities and take it to another level. Including connectivity through Apple Airplay, Google Cast and Bluetooth. With an app you can control everything very easy and to make sure you can use multiple speakers there is a coupling feature.
B&O Beoplay P2 Review
Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 17:33
Bluetooth speakers are hot these days, especially when you can easily carry them around to use in places where big speakers would be a hassle. The speaker we're discussing today belongs to the ultra-portable class of bluetooth speakers as it easily fits in your pockets. In this branch of speakers there's a lot that can go wrong with the speaker. Due to their small size, many ultra-portable speakers are limited in volume, warmth, depth and battery life.
South Park From Dusk till Casa Bonita DLC with great power comes great chicks and money
Thursday, April 5, 2018 - 10:27
Ubisoft has recently released their newest DLC for South Park: The Fractured But Whole where you join Mysterion for another butt-kicking adventure. With this DLC you also get access to a brand-new class called The Netherborn. But remember as a wise man once said, with great power comes great chicks and money.
Logitech has come up with a new kind of mouse in their MX series. The mouse is vertically positioned with an angle of 57 degrees and would be able to relieve stress on the wrist of the user. The MX vertical will have a sensor supporting up to 4000 dpi.
Nvidia RTX2080 doubles GTX1080 in game performance
At the GeForce Gaming Event 3 days ago, Nvidia announced a new line of graphics cards including the RTX 2080Ti, RTX 2080 and RTX 2070. The graphics cards are based on the new Turing architecture and use RT-cores for 'Ray tracing'. These RT-cores would make it possible use realtime ray tracing in games.
Former AMD chief architect Jim Keller leaves Tesla to join Intel
The former AMD designer and Chief Architect of the ZEN architecture, Jim Keller, left AMD about a year ago. In the meantime, he joined Tesla to work on AI hardware as head of the department. Latest reports tell us that he left Tesla to fully focus on designing processors at another company.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has started production of 7nm chips for commercial use in smartphone SoCs and is already preparing for 5nm chip production in 2019. It seems that TSMC received new orders that require 7nm and 5nm process solutions next year. The orders come from AI chip developers.
Nvidia - AI that removes text and digital noise from photos
Researchers from NVIDIA, Aalto University and MIT developed a new deeplearning method with which they can remove a significant amount of noise from photos. To correct the photo, they only need the corrupted version.
Researchers at NVIDIA have been working on an indredible deep learning method that can edit images and can reconstruct corrupted images. When a certain image has missing pixels or holes, the AI is able to fill up the holes and reconstruct a realistic image.