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NVIDIA's spatial upscaler goes open source, will better fight AMD FSR
NVIDIA's Image Scaling is now open source, making it easier for developers to use and in the end -- better for us, the gamers.
Report: Sony to bring 7 big PS4 and PS5 exclusives to PC in 2022
Sony will reportedly bring 7 high-profile PS4 and PS5 games to PC in 2022, including Horizon Forbidden West and Returnal.
Oculess lets you ditch Facebook after activating your Quest 2
There's now a way to remove your Facebook account from your Oculus Quest but you'll sacrifice access to the Oculus store to do it.
Database leak lists Titanfall 3, Crysis 4, GTA remasters, FF9 Remake
Lots of new unannounced games have been spotted on supposed GeForce Now files, including Titanfall 3, Kingdom Hearts IV, and more.
Elon Musk joins Bitcoin Mining Group to improve Bitcoin mining energy
SpaceX and Tesla boss Elon Musk has spoken with US Bitcoin miners, asks Bitcoin miners worldwide to push towards renewable energy.
Elon Musk wants your help with Doge, asks to submit ideas to GitHub
Dogecoin price moons on the tweet of Elon Musk saying 'if you'd like to develop Doge, please submit ideas on GitHub and Reddit'.
NVIDIA's new GeForce Game Ready 460.89 WHQL drivers are here
NVIDIA's new GeForce Game Ready driver has support for the new Vulkan Ray Tracing extensions in Quake II RTX's new v.1.4.0 update.
It is now possible to do mixed reality with a Quest 2 and an iPad
Mixed reality recording is now possible without a computer. All you need is a Quest 2 an iPad and some experimental software.
D-Wave goes Down Under, Leap quantum cloud service now in Australia
D-Wave Systems Inc. expands its Leap quantum cloud service to India and Australia, access to its D-Wave 2000Q quantum computers.
Microsoft removes master and slave mentions from GitHub over BLM
GitHub stands behind Black Lives Matter movement, removing coding terms 'master' and 'slave'
Facebook's flub broke multiple apps this week on the iPhone
Facebook admitted the issue was its fault, blaming a new version of the Facebook app for the problem.
AMD: someone stole our graphics IP, demands $100 million in ransom
The stolen graphics technology is rumored to be Microsoft's next-gen Xbox Series X GPU.
AMD TressFX 4.1 tech can now be integrated into Unreal Engine 4.22
AMD releases TressFX 4.1: more optimizations to hair/fur simulation tech.
Iguazio's New Nuclio Release Enables Serverless Agility for Enterprises Deploying Real-time Intelligent Applications
Next-gen gaming laptops coming with GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q
NVIDIA's new Turing GPU making its way to laptops with the GeForce RTX 2080 Mobile GPU: mobile RTX.
50 million Uber accounts hacked, Uber paid $100K to hide it
Uber paid $100,000 to hide the fact 50 million accounts were hacked.
There are only 28 websites available in North Korea
North Korea may have landed on the sun, but they only have 28 websites.
CRYENGINE goes open source, now available for download
Crytek makes CRYENGINE open source, and is now available from GitHub.
Facebook's new 360-degree camera shoots 8K video, costs $30,000
Facebook teases its new 'Surround 360' camera, shoots 360-degree video at 8K resolution - costs $30,000.
Chrome extension integrates YouTube gameplay videos into Steam site
Chrome extension lets you watch YouTuber gameplay videos directly from Steam, support for other browsers coming soon.
NVIDIA Launches GameWorks SDK 3.1
Twitter, Reddit file brief in support of Apple's encryption stance
17 tech companies file amicus brief in support of Apple's stance on encryption, including Twitter and Reddit.
Women are better coders than men, study says
Recent US study concludes that women are better coders than men.
PlayStation 4 jailbreak is here, confirms hacker on Twitter
PlayStation 4 jailbreak is a success, claims hacker CTurt on Twitter.
Uber hack in early 2014 allegedly traced back to the CTO of Lyft
Uber was hacked early last year, with two sources claiming that it was the CTO of Lyft who hacked its competitor.
Google wants to improve mobile web performance
Accelerated Mobile Pages project is a go.
Free-speech group says China has weaponized its 'Great Firewall'
The Chinese government has reportedly weaponized its Great Firewall, according to free-speech group.
Netgear routers allowing hackers to pass administrator authentication
Network engineer Peter Adkins has found a major security flaw in Netgear wireless routers - enabling full access over Wi-Fi.
iDict is a password-hacker tool released to nab your iCloud acocunt
iDict uses brute-force methods to crack easy and basic passwords attached to iCloud. Simply set a hard password to ensure security.
The Open Bay - an open source Pirate Bay has emerged through Github
The Pirate Bay lives on in spirit, seeing open source code openly distributed.
Lego releases source code for Mindstorms EV3
Lego's Mindstorm EV3 controller brick sees its source code released and uploaded onto Github.
GitHub suffers massive DDoS attack, says it is recovering quickly
GitHub the victim of a massive DDoS attack, has been experiencing server outages and downtime all day.