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Scaling the edge wall: A new view of an old problem

This article is part of a series on edge computing made possible by Intel. This reporting remains completely independent, without Intel providing information on how this article was published or written. Anyone who has ever scaled a network understands the current or future problem of the myriad of edge deployments that fuel the Internet of Things (IoT). Let's say you …

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Mixed reality is boosting the live sports experience

Reason to buy your favorite team, organizing a viewing party for the Super Bowl, or playing a friendly match at the local park on the weekend, social interaction is an inherent part of the sports sector's appeal. While they are watching, they are as happy as they are The most exciting digital breakthroughs in recent years, are not yet widespread …

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The RetroBeat: The Dreamcast needs its own micro console

I tested the Sega Genesis Mini earlier this week and I love this micro console homage to the 16 bit masterpiece. But that was not the only retro event of the week with Sega theme. The Dreamcast celebrated its 20th anniversary on September 9th. The Dreamcast is one of my favorite systems, but I spent most of the week having …

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Apple introduces the Overton AI development tool whose models have processed "billions" of queries

Creating, monitoring, and improving machine learning systems is not child's play in all circumstances. Data scientists and engineers need to monitor fine-grained quality and diagnose bugs in sophisticated apps, not to mention contradictory or incomplete ones. To lessen the development burden, Apple has developed Overton, a framework to automate the lifecycles of AI systems by providing a range of novel …

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Space is the next economic frontier … hear more about it at Disrupt SF – TechCrunch

Forums space has been opened for new business opportunities. Tess Hatch by Bessemer Ventures, Swarm's Sara Spangelo, and OneWeb's Adrian Steckel can attest. Spangelo and Steckel are in the midst of launching what have been termed "mega-constellations," collections of hundreds or thousands of satellites offering a coordinated service, in their cases global connectivity. These efforts are only possible with the …

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The DeanBeat: Who would win a battle between Apple and Nintendo?

Years ago, back in 2011, Apple's Steve Jobs held a press conference during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. As Jobs showing off the iPad 2, Nintendo's then-CEO Satoru Iwata was giving a keynote speech at the GDC. The overlap was no accident, as Apple felt competitive with Nintendo in the nascent days of the mobile games business. Eight …

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Discord Nitro's subscription service drops games

Discord is one of the most popular communication services among game fans, but not a very popular place to download games. The company cuts off this feature one year after adding a library of indie games to the Nitro subscription service. It turns out that most subscribers do not use it. "It became clear that while we and some of …

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