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23 / 06
Raspberry Pi 4 hits stores with faster CPU, 4K video, and RAM options

Raspberry Pi 4 hits stores with faster CPU, 4K video, and RAM options

Three and a half years after the Raspberry Pi Foundation released its first version of the Raspberry Pi 3 single-board computer, the true sequel is finally here — and it’s a beast, despite preserving its predecessors’ $35 entry price point. This is the Raspberry Pi 4, which h...

23 / 06
Why AI investors don’t get it right

Why AI investors don’t get it right

Investors have been putting billions of dollars into AI startups every year for several years now. But they’re focusing on the wrong type of play. The large number of AI startups they’ve been funding are building vertical solutions, often from scratch, putting themselves in competi...

23 / 06
Touring Karts brings an eccentric mix of weapons and drinks to VR racing

Touring Karts brings an eccentric mix of weapons and drinks to VR racing

With the recent releases of Team Sonic Racing and Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled, you’re likely in the mood to try even more kart racing. Ivanovich Games has an eccentric new option for you, Touring Karts, which lets you fire powerful weapons at your enemies and even drink tasty beverages as ...

23 / 06
How Pixar finds ways to inspire creativity and diverse thinking

How Pixar finds ways to inspire creativity and diverse thinking

Danielle Feinberg painted a picture of what it’s like to work as a woman at Disney Pixar, the animation studio behind 21 feature films that have together generated more than $13 billion at the box office. As the opening speaker at the Girls in Tech Catalyst conference, she said her teams...

23 / 06
DoD’s Joint AI Center to open-source natural disaster satellite imagery data set

DoD’s Joint AI Center to open-source natural disaster satellite imagery data set

As climate change escalates, the impact of natural disasters is likely to become less predictable. To encourage the use of machine learning for building damage assessment this week, Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute and CrowdAI — the U.S. Department of Def...

23 / 06
Ascend hands-on: Bringing Tron’s esports potential to VR

Ascend hands-on: Bringing Tron’s esports potential to VR

Back at the USC Games Expo in May, I tried out a game called Ascend, which was developed by students at the University of Southern California. All of the games presented at the USC Games Expo were made by development teams made up anywhere from two students to over 50. Ascend was one of the la...

22 / 06
OnShape VR blends Beat Saber and Tetris

OnShape VR blends Beat Saber and Tetris

We know, we know; another day, another Beat Saber wannabe. But OnShape from Odders Lab does have a few interesting twists and turns that raised our eyebrows. Specifically, the game looks like a cross between Beat Games’ smash hit and, oddly enough, Tetris. In the eye-catching teaser trailer be...

22 / 06
6 things your boss doesn’t know about software development

6 things your boss doesn’t know about software development

“My boss doesn’t understand what I do.” We’ve all said that at some point, and it’s usually just regular workplace griping. But software developers are in a tough spot because when your boss doesn’t know anything about software development, it can make your job way more difficult. Bosses might...

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