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How Microsoft is dealing with cloud video gaming with Project xCloud

Microsoft took the wraps off its Project xCloud cloud gaming service this week without a lot of fanfare. At the company’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) gaming event Sunday in Los Angeles, the company devoted a couple of minutes to the cloud within a 90-minute broadcast on the future of gaming. But Kevin LaChapelle was excited…

The Best Brand-new Functions in Windows 10’s May 2019 Update

Microsoft officially launched the Windows 10 May 2019 update today for all to consume—all who haven’t already been beta-testing it for months, that is. Acquiring said update is easy. Click the Start button, type in “Updates,” click on the “Check for Updates” option that pops up, and click on the can’t-miss-it “Check for Updates” button…

How to Get Your MacBook Ready to Offer

Photo: David MurphyI’m getting rid of my MacBook. It’s nothing personal; I have to swap out my G/O Media-owned device for another, slightly slower MacBook. It’s an annoying process, but it doesn’t take a lot of time. In fact, it probably took me more time to come up with the “checklist of things I should…

5 Ways Cloud Storage can Make Managing Your Blog Site Easier

Creating an online platform for your content was likely already super difficult. Once you decide to go digital, there are so many steps involved to keep website traffic consistent and grow your brand. Whatever it is you’re worried about at this point in your blogging journey, general blog management shouldn’t be one of them. Not…

Google will reveal Stadia launch details and cost on Thursday

Google announced the live stream in a tweet today, complete with a link to the YouTube page where it’ll all go down. The description under the video reads, “Some news can’t wait for E3.” Of course, E3 is the Entertainment Software Association’s annual, prominent trade show, and it kicks off on June 11th.— Stadia (@GoogleStadia)…

Vulnerability of cloud service hardware exposed

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are, so to say, a computer manufacturer’s “Lego bricks”: electronic components that can be employed in a more flexible way than other computer chips. Even large data centers that are dedicated to cloud services, such as those provided by some big technology companies, often resort to FPGAs. To date, the use…

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