Leaks reveal NVIDIA GeForce RTX cards ahead of August 20th event NVIDIA hasn’t been shy about plans to unveil Turing-based GeForce video cards at its August 20th Gamescom event — its teaser video effectively spelled out “GeForce RTX 2080” through not-so-subtle clues. But just how powerful will these cards be?Read More →


Netflix axes Michelle Wolf and Joel McHale talk shows Netflix has been experimenting (rather aggressively) with talk shows for a while in an effort to diversify its titles, but results have been hit or miss thus far. It’s hard to get attached to a particular program only to see itRead More →

Acid coastal seas off US putting common fish species at risk Scientists have shown that coastal waters and river estuaries can exhibit unique vulnerabilities to acidification than offshore waters. This acidification, detected in waters off the United States West Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, can lead to disorientation andRead More →

Making aquafeed more sustainable: Scientists develop feeds using a marine microalga co-product Scientists have created a more sustainable feed for aquaculture by using a marine microalga co-product as a feed ingredient. The study is the first of its kind to evaluate replacing fishmeal with a co-product in feed designed specificallyRead More →

Elon Musk says Tesla could build $25,000 EV in about ‘three years’ When Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s second master plan, the $35,000 Model 3 represented the price floor. It wasn’t set in stone, but you couldn’t realistically expect more. However, the dream of a truly affordable Tesla EV just gotRead More →

Why crypto investors might want to think twice about giving out their phone numbers Why crypto investors might want to think twice about giving out their phone numbers  CNBC Full coverage Continue reading . . . https://news.google.com/news/rss/headlines/section/q/cryptocurrency/cryptocurrency?ned=us&hl=en&gl=US cryptocurrency – Google News Google News https://ssl.gstatic.com/news-static/gnrss.pngRead More →

Ask Engadget: Where can I find tech deals for students? The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we’ve known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones andRead More →

AI gives Thanos a soul in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Spoilers ahead for Avengers: Infinity War. Thanos isn’t your usual Marvel nemesis. Then again, even after 19 films in Disney’s superhero universe, it’s not as if he’s had much strong competition. Aside from the puckish Loki and tragic Killmonger, mo… ContinueRead More →

The Morning After: Your weekend edition Hey, good morning! Welcome to your weekend. This week included our full review of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9, Google’s opaque location tracking and just a lot of bad news for MoviePass. Elon Musk also talked about his tough year heading up Tesla an…Read More →

Google is using AI to run its data center cooling systems Google’s data centers hold thousands of servers and they power everything from Google Search to Gmail to YouTube. But those data centers need to be kept cool in order for those servers to run reliably. A couple of yearsRead More →

Valve quietly unveils streaming platform Steam TV Valve seems to have unveiled a Twitch competitor with nary a peep of fanfare. A few hours after Steam Database founder Pavel Djundik discovered that the company registered the domain steam.tv, the website started live streaming The International 2018… Continue reading . .Read More →

Gmail’s ‘Confidential Mode’ arrives on mobile devices Google’s big Gmail redesign was revealed this past April (with G Suite customers getting the first look). It became default for everyone starting in July. One of the key features, Confidential Mode, is now available for mobile devices, though not eve… Continue readingRead More →

A ‘Vampyr’ TV show is on the way If you’re looking for a new supernatural television series, you’re in luck (if you don’t mind waiting a while). Fox 21 Television Studios will produce a new show based on the video game Vampyr by the developer of Life is Strange, Dontnod.Read More →

Do we need BailCoin? FBI refuses to take cryptocurrency in videogame hacking case Do we need BailCoin? FBI refuses to take cryptocurrency in videogame hacking case  MarketWatch EA Hacker Ordered to Post $750000 Bail in Cryptocurrency  CCN Judge sets bail at $750K in cryptocurrency for alleged EA hacker  CNET Full coverage Continue readingRead More →

MIT can secure cloud-based AI without slowing it down It’s rather important to secure cloud-based AI systems, especially when they they use sensitive data like photos or medical records. To date, though, that hasn’t been very practical — encrypting the data can render machine learning systems so slow… Continue readingRead More →