Long before Forza Horizon came to dominate the open-world racing genre, we were bumping to a late-aughts pop-punk soundtrack in Paradise City. Now, we can revisit this beloved classic with all of its DLC in 4K on modern consoles. The post 4K Burnout Paradise Remaster Makes Us Long for the Heady Days of 2008 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If Windows 10 can’t boot at all, the command line interface (CLI) is the only option you have. Booting Windows 10 in Command Prompt requires that you have Windows 10 on a bootable disc or USB drive. Here’s how.
Interested in the ultra-thin and ultralight Macbook 12" but not sure which model is the right one for you? This article is here to help you.
Seeking a chassis with great looks, superior thermals, RGB lighting, and a cleverly designed glass side? This could be the one you are looking for.
Researchers from School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University say there might actually be too much water for the TRAPPIST-1 planets to harbor life. The post TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanets May Have Too Much Water for Life appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Today, Toshiba is launching a new software solution for pooling NVMe-based storage in a datacenter environment. The new KumoScale software implements the NVMe over Fabrics protocol (NVMeoF) and allows storage to be access over the network with less than 20µs of added latency compared to NVMe SSDs directly attached to the local system. Show More Summary
Today, AMD released Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.3.3, a general update pulling in Vulkan 1.1 support for the main driver branch, as well as bringing support for Sea of Thieves (full release today, 3/20/18) and A Way Out (3/23/18). Show More Summary
No matter how serious you are about photography, you've probably found yourself increasingly using your smartphone as a camera for certain situations. We look at some of the best Android smartphone cameras for anyone serious about their photography. The post Best Android Phones for Photographers in 2018 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Today we're taking a look at Plextor's M8V SSD. This is their latest entry-level SATA SSD and the first SATA drive from Plextor to use 64-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory. Based around Silicon Motion's mainstream SM2258 controller andShow More Summary
Chuwi is announcing a new tablet in their Android lineup called the Hi 9 Air. Set for a mid-April release, Chuwi is offering some interesting capabilities on their new tablet, which should be interesting when coupled with the low entry price. Show More Summary
In a day filled with all sorts of game development-related API and framework news, Microsoft also has an AI-related announcement for the day. Parallel to today’s DirectX Raytracing announcement – but not strictly a DirectX technology...Show More Summary
Nimbus Data unveils a new 100TB SSD - making it the world's largest SSD currently available.
Survios believes that it solved the biggest problems that developers face when creating melee combat games for VR with its Phantom Melee Technology, which it's going to debut at GDC next week.
AMD has released a new driver for users of Radeon GPUs. The new version, 18.3.3, brings improved support for the soon-to-be-released titles "Sea Of Thieves" and "A Way Out," among other things.
Thermaltake has added voice control to its TT RGB Plus ecosystem with the latest version of its mobile app. The feature is called TT AI Voice Control, and it lets users access most TT RGB Plus settings by saying “Hello TT.”
Faster versions of HyperX’s Fury line of desktop and Impact line of mobile DDR4 memory have launched.
Whistleblower revealed that the company he was working for was able to use build profiles on tens of millions of Americans and then target them for electoral purposes, by exploiting how Facebook shared data with third-party companie...
To many out there it may seem like DirectX 12 is still a brand-new technology – and in some ways it still is – but in fact we’ve now been talking about the graphics API for the better part of half a decade. Microsoft first announcedShow More Summary
Nvidia didn’t announce a new gaming graphics card at GDC, but it did give gamers a glimpse of the future with a new ray-tracing technology that runs on Microsoft’s new DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API.
Each one is smaller than a grain of salt, but it packs more computing power than you'd expect. The post IBM Creates World’s Smallest Computer for Blockchain Technology appeared first on ExtremeTech.