Microsoft and NVidia have announced an upcoming update for Minecraft that includes RTX-driven ray-tracing support. This introduces real-time, cinematics-quality rendering to the game for those using desktops and laptops equipped with NVidia RTX graphics cards.
The Germany-based Gamescom trade fair unites thousands of gaming enthusiasts from over 50 countries in the largest gaming event and news expo of its kind in the world. This year, over 1000 exhibitors are expected to showcase a host of gaming technologies to hundreds of thousands of visitors.
During its launch, the Raspberry Pi Model B was touted by many as the new yardstick for single-board computing. Some of its exclusive offerings include upgraded RAM (up to 4GB), a beefier CPU (1.5GHz quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72), and USB Type-C, which, disappointingly, has a small power issue. (more…)
Microsoft will release the new version of Edge browser for public preview in a couple of weeks. But for die-hard fans who can’t wait to have a quick peek, a number of minor specs have slipped through the cracks. (more…)
Imagine being able to play any game at ultra-high settings with only a screen, a controller, and an internet connection – no Xbox, no PlayStation, no console. That’s what Google’s new project Stadia is all about. (more…)
NVidia is introducing the much idolized raytracing feature to a few candidates in the GeForce GTX 10 and 16 lineups, thanks to an upcoming driver support package that the company plans to unveil in April. The new driver update will add DirectX Raytracing (DXR), allowing RTX graphics to run on select Pascal and 16-series GPUs. (more…)