Nvidia Reflex Will Help Rust and Ghostrunner Players
Qskan, 07 April 2021, 17:55
Nvidia's new technology called Reflex will appear in Rust and Ghostrunner. This system is supposed to help all owners of the company's GPU to reduce system lag and thus improve their response time.
DDR5 With Significant Performance Gains Compared to DDR4
Sodar, 17 March 2021, 15:01
Memory manufacturer Longsys published a benchmark of new DDR5 RAM chips. The results in data write and read speeds are much better than in the case of DDR4. Is there going to be a revolution in performance?
Nvidia's New Technology Cuts Lag in Overwatch by Up to 50%
Ness, 13 March 2021, 16:32
Overwatch players can test a new technology called Reflex. Created by Nvidia, the facility allows for reduction of system lag by up to 50 percent.
EA Patents Easy Map Generation With Neural Networks
Milosz Szubert, 23 February 2021, 17:32
EA has been granted a patent for a new virtual terrain generation technology. By using neural networks, the creation of surfaces and biomes is supposed to be faster than ever.
Smart NPCs of the Future - Check Out This Amazing Demo
Ness, 23 February 2021, 10:01
NPCs understanding and answering the player's questions. This is not a sci-fi movie, but a summary of the Modbox tech demo that shows the power of modern technology.
Graphene Can Make PCs and Smartphones Up to 1000 Times Faster
Sodar, 21 February 2021, 15:30
Graphene is one of the materials that could replace silicon in CPU manufacturing. Scientists have discovered a way to use the one-atom-thick carbon structure to create electronic components.
Electronic Arts Patents Instant Game Launch Technology
Szarmancki, 19 February 2021, 22:15
Electronic Arts is working on a new technology to allow games to run instantly without having to download them first. It wants to use data streaming for this purpose.
Apple Hires Specialists to Work on 6G
Bart Swiatek, 19 February 2021, 11:11
Apple is looking for specialists to do research work on the next-gen wireless network standard 6G. We will most likely use the technology around 2030.
In Post-soviet Russia Smartphones are Charged by You
Szarmancki, 17 February 2021, 14:52
Researchers from Moscow's MISIS University showed off the results of their latest project. The idea is a technology that would enable us to charge a smartphone using our own body heat.
Epic Reveals MetaHuman Creator Tool
Jacob Blazewicz, 10 February 2021, 21:01
Epic Games has revealed the capabilities of MetaHuman Creator. The new tool will make it easy to create super-realistic virtual actors on the Unreal Engine.
Spinach Detects Explosives and Sends Emails
Bartlomiej Sagan, 03 February 2021, 12:05
Sometimes, scientists get ideas that ordinary people might find strange or even unbelievable. After all, who would immediately believe in the existence of email-sending spinach?
Xiaomi Unveils Revolutionary Wireless Charging
Bart Swiatek, 29 January 2021, 16:05
Chinese company Xiaomi revealed its new technology - the so-called Mi Air Charge allows for wireless charging of devices up to several meters from the charger.
Elon Musk Offers $100 Million for New Green Technology
Bartlomiej Sagan, 22 January 2021, 16:04
The presence of large amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is one of the biggest challenges faced by environmentalists. Elon Musk intends to reward the creator of the most effective method of removing the greenhouse gas from the atmosphere.
Charging Car Batteries Will Take Only 5 Minutes
Bart Swiatek, 20 January 2021, 21:03
Israeli company StoreDot has developed a new type of battery using cells with silicon nanoparticles. With this technology, a high-capacity battery - for example in an electric car - can be charged in about five minutes.
New Controller Will Recognize When You're About to Click the Mouse
Bart Swiatek, 18 January 2021, 16:41
Canadian company Brink Bionics is developing a device that can predict when a player is about to click a mouse button and thus significantly speed up reaction times.
Robots Clean, Pour Wine And Act as Pets on CES 2021
Szarmancki, 12 January 2021, 15:32
At this year's CES 2021, there were plenty of revolutionary technologies, gadgets, as well as robots that can certainly make life more convenient. Here are some machines that will assist us in daily chores.
No More PIN in ATMs? Intel Announces RealSense ID
Bart Swiatek, 08 January 2021, 21:26
Intel has officially presented RealSense ID - Face ID-like face recognition system that can detect fraudsters. The technology can be used, among others, in ATMs.
Microsoft Comes Up With Chat Bots Built on Copied Human Personality
Bart Swiatek, 07 January 2021, 19:19
Microsoft has registered a patent describing a technology that allows for creation of a chat bot based on a person's personality, voice and even appearance.
Farm Managed by Robots and AI Brings Impressive Harvest
Sodar, 28 December 2020, 19:51
There are already nearly 8 billion people in the world. How long will our planet be able to feed a population growing at this rate? A „vertical” farm established in San Francisco shows how to increase crop yields.
Quantum Internet May Become a Fact After Latest Breakthrough
Bart Swiatek, 23 December 2020, 11:18
Researchers from the team working on intelligent quantum networks managed to discover a method of immediate long-distance transfer of information recorded in cubits - the smallest units of quantum information.
Faraday Cages Sold as Protection Against 5G
Bartlomiej Sagan, 07 December 2020, 16:25
Recently, anti-5G structures started appearing on Amazon. Will the „Faraday Cage 5G Shield” for routers, as they are proudly named by vendors, conquer the hearts of sceptics of the new standard?
In 2030 Every Fourth British Soldier Could be a Robot
Eklerek, 09 November 2020, 15:42
The commander of the British army predicts that in 2030 every fourth soldier may not be human. While presenting in an interview a vision of the future of the armed forces, he suggested that up to 30,000 robots could be „drafted” within the next 10 years.
Amazon Tests the Option to Pay Using Your Palm
Adrian Werner, 05 October 2020, 14:22
Amazon has started testing a new technology that will allow payments to be made via a hand scanner.
Yokohama Gundam Shows Off New Moves
Karol Laska , 23 September 2020, 13:57
The Japanese robot created by Gundam Yokohama Factory can no longer only move its limbs, but also use its body to perform more complex tasks.
Robo-dogs Patrolling a US Military Base Are Real
Bart Swiatek, 08 September 2020, 12:51
The U.S. Army recently conducted another demonstration of Advanced Battle Management System, a network for collecting and processing information on the battlefield. One of the elements of the presentation were four-legged robots called Vision 60.
Nvidia: DLSS 2.1 Will Bring the 8K Era to PC
Karol Laska , 03 September 2020, 21:15
This is official - DLSS 2.1 technology will see the light of day. Nvidia also provided some details about it, including compatibility with VR sets.
Nvidia's RTX IO Will Give PC Capabilities Comparable to PS5's SSD
Bart Swiatek, 02 September 2020, 19:59
Nvidia has developed a new RTX IO technology to enable much faster loading of data from SSD. The process will be done without the processor - the files will go directly from the media to the GPU memory, which will increase performance and reduce the size of games.
Elon Musk Explains Neuralink - Connection Between Brain and Computer
Sodar, 01 September 2020, 21:23
Elon Musk recently presented a device which is an interface between the brain and a computer. Let's see how Neuralink works, how it is implanted and whether it can be removed safely.
Smartphone Will Check Whether We're Drunk?
Bart Swiatek, 19 August 2020, 13:23
Researchers from Stanford University and the University of Pittsburgh are working on a technology to detect the state of alcoholic intoxication by analyzing the way a smartphone user moves.
Disney's Robo-stuntmen May be the Future of Action Movies
Karol Laska , 17 August 2020, 17:11
Researchers from Disney Research plan to implement a project called Stuntronics. The gist of it are animatronic robots, performing complex aerial stunts.
Star Wars Inspires Scientists to Create Artificial Skin
Karol Laska , 04 August 2020, 19:42
Singaporean scientists are working on touch-responsive artificial skin. They admit that one of the inspirations was a scene from Star Wars.
Israel is Testing Tank Operated Using Xbox Controller
Bart Swiatek, 30 July 2020, 13:12
Israeli company Aerospace Industries is testing a prototype of a tank operated with an Xbox controller. The interface also uses tablets, which display typical information known to FPS fans. The goal is to create a system that will be easy to understand and master for young soldiers.
Elon Musk's Neuralink Implant Will Play Music Inside Our Heads
Bart Swiatek, 22 July 2020, 11:34
Elon Musk informed on Twitter that the Neuralink implant developed by one of his companies will allow for streaming music directly to the user's brain.
Tests of Starlink Internet Will Start Soon
Bart Swiatek, 15 July 2020, 13:53
SpaceX started to send emails to people interested in testing the Starlink system. Elon Musk's company asks the users for an update of their home address. We have also learned about the appearance of the antenna that will be required to use the service.
Starlink - Elon Musk Invites You to Test His Internet
Bart Swiatek, 23 June 2020, 12:28
SpaceX company will start beta-tests of the Internet based on the Starlink satellite network this summer. Initially, tests will be limited to certain locations north of the equator. The connection is to have sufficient parameters to play video games.
USB4 Cable Will Connect Your Monitor - Replacement for Display Port
Sodar, 04 May 2020, 14:57
The technical capabilities of the new USB4 standard allow for transmission of images even in 16K resolution.
Sony Patents Robo-companion for Lonely Gamers
Bart Swiatek, 17 April 2020, 13:19
Sony has patented a robot to act as a companion for the gamers. The device is to be able to sense the user's emotions and respond to their sadness or joy.
Internet: We Use 40 Times More Data Than 10 Years Ago
Kep Keeper, 16 April 2020, 15:26
We watch a YouTube video in 4K in the morning, listen to music on Spotify when returning from work, and in the evening a show on Netflix. All day long we are accompanied by the Internet, more and more Internet. Over the last decade we've been used 40 times more data bandwith than in 2010.
Ethernet Will Accelerate to 800 Gb/s
Conrad Hazi, 11 April 2020, 15:43
The Ethernet Technology Consortium has published a specification for Ethernet standard marked 800GBASE-R. Its implementation will allow to create network connections with data transfer speeds up to 800 Gb/s.
Apple May be Working on VR Goggles
Laty, 30 March 2020, 11:17
There is a chance that Apple will soon create its own VR set. Leaked images reveal a controller being part of HTC Vive, which could mean cooperation between the two companies.
Edward Snowden Warns - Threat of Surveillance is More Permanent That the Virus
Jacob Blazewicz, 26 March 2020, 17:40
Edward Snowden, the protagonist of the affair with the disclosure of secret documents of the American NSA, expressed his concern about the government's moves in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. A former CIA employee believes that politicians may have a problem with giving up, among other things, surveillance of citizens with the help of artificial intelligence after dealing with the current crisis.
Samsung is Working on a Cutting-edge Battery
Bart Swiatek, 16 March 2020, 12:51
Samsung is conducting research on a new type of battery with solid electrolyte (so-called all-solid-state). The battery is to achieve an energy density of 900 Wh/L. In the case of electric cars, this would enable to increase their range up to 800 kilometres.
Scientists Dispel Doubts: 5G Does Not Harm Your Health
Bart Swiatek, 13 March 2020, 13:05
Independent scientists affiliated to the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) have concluded that, based on current scientific knowledge, the 5G communication standard does not represent a risk to human health.
Patent Suggests PS5 DualShock May Check the Player's Heart Rate
Bart Swiatek, 26 February 2020, 10:55
A patent registered with the U.S. Patent Office reveals a technology that may appear in DualShock 5 - a function that would enable us to measure the heart rate and sweat rate of a player in order to better adjust the gameplay.
The European Parliament Adopts Resolution on Universal Charger
Agnes Adamus, 31 January 2020, 23:29
The European Parliament adopted a resolution to unify charging ports for all smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices available on the market. 582 voters were in favor of its introduction.
EU Considers Temporary Ban on Usage of Face Recognition Technology
Bart Swiatek, 20 January 2020, 10:54
According to reports from Reuters, the European Union is considering a five-year ban on the use of face recognition technology in public places. This would prevent abuse and allow for working out solutions to protect citizens. The idea appeared in an extensive report created by the European Commission.
The Internet on Global Warming - Server Rooms are as Bad as Airlines
Bart Swiatek, 07 January 2020, 15:20
According to calculations by Swedish researcher Anders Andrae, in 2020, maintaining of all global server rooms will require an amount of energy comparable to that consumed by all Canadians. Worse still, data centres' demand for electricity will double over the next decade.
Smart Toilet is the Future - Let Your Potty Run a Medical Checkup
Julia Dragovic, 19 November 2019, 13:33
Today is the World Toilet Day. What will the toilet of the future look like? First of all, healthy. Bloo has just created an advertising campaign that will answer this question more broadly. And by the way, it will make you doubt capitalism again.
Nvidia Believes it Made Ray-tracing in PS5 and Xbox Scarlett Possible
Bart Swiatek, 18 November 2019, 14:09
Jen-Hsun „Jensen” Huang, CEO of Nvidia, said in a press interview that the handling of ray-tracing in next-generation consoles is indirectly due to his company.
World's Smallest Camera Can Fit in a... Vein
Bart Swiatek, 25 October 2019, 13:41
OmniVision presented OV6948 - the smallest camera available commercially on the market. The device will help, among others, doctors, veterinarians and crime scenes analysts. The device found its place in the Guinness Book of Records.