Nvidia creates AI supercomputer with Volta-based DGX-1
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Eight Tesla V100 accelerators equivalent to 800 desktop CPUs

Nvidia had quite a few announcements packed into a single GTC keynote this year, but among the more performance-oriented of them includes a refreshed DGX-1 supercomputer powered by eight Volta-based Tesla V100 GPUs.

Toyota goes into top gear with Nvidia Drive PX
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For autonomous vehicles

Nvidia CEO has just announced that Toyota picked Drive PX.

Nvidia announces Tesla V100 Volta
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21 billion transistors on 12nm process

Just as Fudzilla forecast, Nvidia has just announced the Tesla V100.

Nvidia keynote announcement wraps things up
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Coming to enhance your computing experience in 2017

Nvidia announces Project Holodeck social VR
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Goal is to provide most consistent, believable physics on market


During the annual GTC keynote on Wednesday, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced a new project called the Holodeck, an upcoming social VR experience that will allow multiple users to interact in a single digital space.

Nvidia delivers its Q1 FY 2018 financials
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Jen-Hsun not worried about AMD Vega

Nvidia has announced its financial report for the first quarter of 2018 fiscal year, reporting revenue of US $1.94 billion, which is a 48 percent increase, as well as an increase in both operating and net income.

Umidigi making a bezel-less Crystal smartphone
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Impressive looks with US $99 price tag

Bezel-less smartphones are pretty much the next big thing apparently as after Xiaomi launched its Mi Mix smartphone, there have been plenty of announcements for a similar smartphone design, and Umidigi is also making one that will cost US $99.

Apple invests in sleep
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Will patent it and claim to have invented it 

Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has worked out that most of its users are sleep walking to the Apple store to buy their products and thinks it might be better that they get some sort of tracking gear.

Indian coders not so hot?
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Can’t code to compile, according to study


Only 36 percent of Indian software engineers can write compilable code, the Indian skills assessment company Aspiring Minds says in a report.

USB-C is half-baked claims Microsoft
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Not ready for the mainstream


When Microsoft unveiled the Surface Laptop last week, it surprised everyone by its lack of a USB Type-C port.