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Nvidia Titan V GPU

Nvidia Releases The Titan V, Says It’s The ‘Most Powerful GPU Ever Created’

Nvidia has released the Titan V graphics processing unit (GPU) for a price of $2,999. The dramatic introduction touts it as the most powerful GPU ever created, with up to 110...
Underside of a Raspberry Pi 3A+

Arduino Vs Raspberry Pi: What’s The Difference?

The differences between an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi. Both have significant advantages over each other and this explains how those differences affect you.
The bottom of a 5 volt, 0.6 amp laptop cooling fan/blower.

Blowers Vs Axial Fans: Which Is Better For Your Project?

Blowers, otherwise known as centrifugal fans or squirrel cage fans are devices that draw air through enclosures. Common applications for blowers include: Laptops. All-in-one PCs (example: iMac). Rack servers. Forcing air...
Blackmagic 6K pocket cinema camera

Blackmagic Announces 6K Pocket Cinema Camera

The Australian camera manufacturer Blackmagic Design has revealed their new 6K pocket cinema camera. It obviously isn't as tiny as their older 1080p pocket cinema camera, which was more pocket-friendly. However,...
AMD Radeon Vega RX 64

AMD Reveals World’s First 7nm GPU: The 32GB Radeon Instinct Vega

AMD has revealed the Radeon Instinct Vega GPU with the world's first 7nm die and 32GB of HBM2 memory for machine learning and A.I. datacenter industries.

Linux Foundation Releases Open Source Acumos AI Platform

The Linux Foundation has released Acumos, an open source platform aimed at making artificial intelligence and machine learning more accessible to everyone.
NVidia Jetson Nano single board computer (embedded computer)

NVidia Releases The $99 Jetson Nano A.I. Computer For Developers

NVidia has been manufacturing artificial intelligence-focused single board computers (SBCs) for years. They were powerful, however, they weren't cheap. The Jetson TX1 and TX2 were both over $400 dollars and equipped...
CM3+ Compute Module

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Released, Offers Up To 32GB Flash Memory

The new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ has been released. It now offers flash storage up to 32GB, and a heat spreader to improve thermal conductivity.