GFN Thursday reaches a fever pitch this week as we take a deeper look at two major updates coming to GeForce NOW from Deep Silver in the weeks ahead. Catching Even More Rays Metro Exodus was one of the first RTX games added to GeForce NOW. It’s still one of the most-played RTX games on the service. Back in February, developer 4A Games shared news of an Enhanced Edition coming to PC that takes advantage of a new Fully Ray-Traced Lighting Pipeline. Today, we can share that it’s coming to GeForce NOW, day-and-date, on May 6. The PC Enhanced Edition features significant updates to Metro Exodus’ real-time ray tracing implementations. Players will see improvements to the groundbreaking Ray-Traced Global Illumination (RTGI) featured in the base game, as well as new updates for the Ray-Traced Emissive Lighting techniques pioneered in “The Two Colonels” expansion. The PC Enhanced Edition also includes additional ray-tracing features, like Advanced Ray-Traced Reflections, and … [Read more...] about GFN Thursday: Rolling in the Deep (Silver) with Major ‘Metro Exodus’ and ‘Iron Harvest’ Updates
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Red Hat's community Linux distribution Fedora has always been popular with open-source and Linux developers, but this latest release, Fedora 34 seems to be something special. As Matthew Miller, Fedora Project Leader, tweeted, " The beta for F34 was one of the most popular ever , with twice as many systems showing up in my stats as typical." Open Source Linux Foundation announces new open-source software signing service Top open source, tech-smart, board-ready women executives Red Hat's survey results on the state of enterprise open-source software The open-source RISC-V is prompting chip technology breakthroughs (ZDNet YouTube) Top five open source Linux server distributions (TechRepublic) Why? Nick Gerace, a Rancher software engineer, thinks it's because "I've never seen the project in a better state, and I think GNOME 40 is a large motivator as well. Probably a combination of each, from anecdotal evidence." He's onto something. When … [Read more...] about The most popular Fedora Linux in years rolls out
Father Time is undefeated, and nothing can make you feel quite as aged as watching the sports idols of your youth fall unceremoniously back to Earth. Now, without further ado, here is 38-year-old Vince Carter — who was, not all that long ago, the NBA's most majestic high flier — bricking a fast-break dunk. See also: Flashback to '95: Reliving the NBA of 20 seasons ago The play comes from Tuesday night's NBA preseason game between Carter's Memphis Grizzlies and the Houston Rockets. Here it is in Vine form: As the Romanian philosopher Emile Cioran once said, "Since all life is futility, then the decision to exist must be the most irrational of all." BONUS: 25 of YouTube's Funniest Sports Fails 1. Golf Cart Fail This runaway vehicle wreaked minor on-field havoc following a high school football championship in Texas last December. But a heroic bystander hopped aboard and put on the brakes. No casualties occurred, and the clip immediately became Internet … [Read more...] about Here is Vince Carter bricking a dunk. In other news, you are old.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . ironing out the kinks Apparently, some Fossil Gen 5 users still have not received the update. Derrek Lee 30 Apr 2021 1 Source: Joe Maring / Android Central Update, April 30 (5:00 pm ET) : The update is rolling out again! What you need to know Fossil is pausing its rollout of Google's H MR2 update for Wear OS. The company addresses some issues with the update and has not specified when it will resume rolling out to devices. Google's H MR2 update was released last year to provide speed and battery improvements to the platform. Google surprised many when it rolled out an update for Wear OS, aiming to improve the performance of its smartwatch platform. The update, dubbed H-MR2, brought some under-the-hood improvements to make Wear OS faster and more battery efficient. The Suunto 7 received the update first, followed by the Fossil Gen 5 smartwatch , but … [Read more...] about Fossil Gen 5 Wear OS update rolling out again after earlier pause
Dell Technologies is rolling out new tools for customers that want to leverage data at the edge. First, it's unveiling the latest release of the Dell EMC Streaming Data Platform, which is aimed at helping organizations store and process streaming data coming out of edge devices. Next, the company is rolling out the first in a series of edge products aimed specifically at the manufacturing sector. ALSO: Dell Technologies unveils Apex as-a-service portfolio as new business model flagship More and more data is being generated at the edge, Dell noted. According to Gartner, 75 percent of enterprise data will be created and processed outside of the data center or cloud by 2025. By 2024, IDC estimates the number of applications running on the edge will increase 8x. In many cases, brand new applications are being created for specific use cases. Edge computing Where is the ‘edge’ in edge computing? And who gets to decide? What is edge computing? Here’s why the edge … [Read more...] about Dell rolls out new tools for leveraging data at the edge