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Nvidia and Corsair add Nvidia Broadcast to iCUE and Elgato

This week, Corsair will include Nvidia’s Broadcast audio and video features into both its iCue and Elgato software. You will just need an Nvidia RTX graphics processing unit, in addition to a suitable headset, microphone, or camera. Because the interfaces in iCue, Elgato Wave Link, and Elgato Camera Hub are all smooth, you no longer need to use the separate Nvidia Broadcast app for capabilities like noise removal and virtual

Starlink can give Internet in moving cars across the US

Starlink satellite Internet service has been approved by the US government for use on moving vehicles, ships, and planes. The FCC on Thursday approved SpaceX’s proposal to operate ESIMs (Earth Stations in Motion) in the United States for both consumers and businesses. The FCC also granted Kepler Communications’ request to operate ESIMs on ships. As of now, ships in US territorial waters and international waters can use Starlink or Kepler.

Where to begin with artificial intelligence and machine learning

Has machine learning ever seemed like something you’d like to get into but were unsure of where to begin? The term “artificial intelligence” as it is often used these days is, at best, misleading. Artificial intelligence is not intelligent in any manner, but it is artificial. It continues to be one of the most talked-about issues in business and has recently attracted the attention of academics. Over the course of

Comcast has postponed data limitations in the Northeastern United States for at least a year

Comcast has announced that it would not implement data limitations in the Northeast US until 2022, offering users in 12 states and a few other places a one-year respite from paying overage costs. A Comcast spokesman told Light Reading that the company has no immediate plans to adopt its data use plan in the Northeast areas until 2022. When questioned about plans for 2023 and beyond, Comcast verified this comment

Google Maps Immersive View is the most advanced graphics mode

If your device can handle additional visuals and data, you can utilise the Google Earth 3D data set to see 3D buildings in Google Maps. A new setting in Google Maps, called Immersive View, was revealed during the company’s annual developer conference, Google I/O. It will appear as if you have already stepped foot inside a location when using Google Maps Immersive View. Insane visuals accompany this content. It’s basically

Hackers might have taken control of millions of Android devices because of a critical issue.

Hackers might have taken control of millions of Android devices because of a critical issue. Researchers found a flaw in Qualcomm and MediaTek mobile chipsets that could have allowed hackers to take control of millions of Android devices. As the name suggests, this flaw was in Apple’s ALAC audio format, which was introduced in 2004 and is used to deliver lossless audio over the Internet. Open-source decoders used by Qualcomm

Rwanda's blood distribution has been changed by the use of drones

Six years ago, Rwanda was experiencing a shortage of blood. The little East African country has a population of more over 12 million people, and like individuals in other countries, they are occasionally involved in vehicle accidents. New moms experience hemorrhaging. Children who are anemic require transfusions as soon as possible. You have no way of knowing when an emergency may strike. They just happen to be there. The red

Malware has been discovered at airports and coffee shops, according to officials

Hackers on the Internet are becoming the greatest menace anybody could have imagined since they are able to steal so much money and information through their code without anyone’s notice. Thus, the authorities have come to the rescue of the people by raising the level of knowledge among security officers. Airport and coffee shop USB charging connections have been found to be infected with malware produced by hackers. Officials have

Tactile printing has the potential to revolutionise a variety of fields, including education

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, polls of people who are blind or visually impaired are becoming increasingly important during elections. Tactile printing comes into play in this situation. The lives of visually challenged people are being transformed through tactile printing. Braille is crucial for education, social inclusion, and personal expression, as stated in Article 2 of the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. With over 45 million

Repair and refuelling of satellites in space may soon be automated

Almost every 16 days for more than two decades, the Landsat 7 satellite circled the Earth in a 99-minute orbit. In addition to revealing the level of deforestation in Papua New Guinea and the melting of Greenland’s glaciers as well as the expansion of Mexico’s shrimp farms, this craft was one of several that monitored the changing global climate. However, Landsat 7’s useful life was practically over when it ran