Where To Buy A Switch Lite Right Now

As a result of the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, there is now a worldwide Nintendo Switch shortage. Nintendo’s newest console has become hard to come by. Retailers are struggling to keep up with increased demand for the console as millions of people around the world continue to stay at home, looking for something to do. The release of Animal Crossing: New […]

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Amazon launches cognitive search service Kendra in general availability

Amazon today launched Kendra in general availability, an AI and machine learning-powered service for enterprise search. It debuted in preview last December during Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2019 in Las Vegas, and it’s now available to all AWS customers. Enterprises typically have countless data buckets to wrangle, with upwards of 93% saying they store data in more than one […]

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Nintendo Switch Lite Back In Stock At GameStop And Other Retailers

Though it’s not nearly as crucial as hand sanitizer, tissues, toilet paper, and other household goods, the Nintendo Switch console is seeing a major national shortage right now, as major retailers respond to increased demand for online goods due to the coronavirus outbreak. The $300 console is seeing increased demand as more people find themselves stuck indoors and looking for […]

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Xbox Series X Will Have A Better Dashboard

One of the consistent criticisms of the Xbox One throughout this generation has concerned the dashboard. Even with refinements through system updates and better hardware, the Xbox One dashboard still feels sluggish and cluttered to this day. It never has gotten substantially better–only different, with the PS4’s dashboard requiring far fewer changes. Some of that is a product of the […]

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How To Build A Gaming PC In 2020

The PC is the most powerful gaming platform out there, with the potential for higher resolutions, faster frame rates, and better visuals than current consoles can even come close to achieving. It can be very tempting to build your own gaming PC, but if you don’t know where to start, it can also be quite intimidating and turn you off […]

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How Xbox Series X's Specs Will Drive Innovation

Every generational jump has folks hyped up for wild improvements in graphics and seeing how game worlds can look even more visually stunning. While that’s part of the excitement when it comes to PS5 and Xbox Series X, there are important advancements beyond sheer graphical quality. In talking with Xbox director of program management Jason Ronald, he laid out why […]

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Smart device maker Wink demands customers pay up or lose features

Smart home startup Wink today announced it will require customers to pay for a monthly service plan in order to access their devices from the Wink app, with voice control, or through the Wink API. Opting not to subscribe right away will disable all automations and settings, the company said, though they’ll be reactivated upon payment at a later date. […]

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Ring’s new $99 Video Doorbell takes snapshots throughout the day

Amazon’s Ring today unveiled the Ring Video Doorbell, an improved version of the Video Doorbell the company launched over six years ago. The $99 doorbell boasts a Snapshot Capture feature that takes photos at certain intervals throughout the day, as well as new Privacy Zones that help control what the camera sees and what it doesn’t. The new Video Doorbell’s […]

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OpenAI begins publicly tracking AI model efficiency

OpenAI today announced it will begin tracking machine learning models that achieve state-of-the-art efficiency, an effort it believes will help identify candidates for scaling and achieving top overall performance. To kick-start things, the firm published an analysis suggesting that since 2012, the amount of compute needed to train an AI model to the same performance on classifying images in a […]

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