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4 trends that will shape the cloud-native world in 2020 

2019 was a pivotal year for the cloud native community, with lots of announcements that made it hard to get a clear view of what’s happening. But there are 4 key trends in the cloud space that will shape 2020. And if you take a step back, you’ll spot them. A big step back.

Nvidia's $6,000 Quadro RTX 8000 can now be passively cooled

PNY claims the two new GPUs, which share a core count and boost clock, only sacrifice a little bit of performance to achieve a passively coolable 250W TDP. I’ve never heard of 250W being passively cooled within a standard 2-slot form factor, but there’s a first time for everything. Particularly if you own a wind tunnel.

Some EVGA RTX 2060 KO models have RTX 2080 guts

In their review of the EVGA RTX 2060 KO, TechPowerUp were pleasantly surprised to discover the presence of a TU104 die once the card was disassembled. Specifically, a TU104-150.

Brands should follow Madden NFL’s marketing example

Regardless of the discipline, few kids dream of glory as the 53rd man on an NFL roster, a career minor leaguer, or two-way professional basketball player splitting time between the NBA and G-League. Any aspirational, sports crazed adolescent daydreams about dominating the highest level of sports.

How to play Half-Life on Oculus Quest

Ahead of the release of Valve’s upcoming flagship VR title, Half-Life: Alyx, you might be looking to play through some of the earlier entries in the Half-Life series.

White Elk Studios is bringing its local co-op adventure Covert to PSVR

Hot off the back of launching Eclipse: Edge of Light on PC VR and PSVR headsets, White Elk Studios this week revealed another port. This time it’s for its local co-op adventure game, Covert.

Tim Cook Says Apple Will Donate to Coronavirus Relief Efforts in China

As people in China and around the world celebrate the Lunar New Year, we send our love and support to the many impacted by the Coronavirus. Apple will be donating to groups on the ground helping support all of those affected.

Are your bounce rate numbers accurate?

The point of analytics is to measure customer behavior. If we’re measuring bounce rates, we want to know when customers bounced, why they bounced, and strategize ways to keep them from being so dang bouncy. Colloquially, we define a bounce as anytime a user navigates away from a website after viewing only one page. But if you manage one of the millions of websites using Google Analytics, your bounce rates may mean something different:

Samsung’s VP of research on making Ballie mobile, personable, and nonthreatening

During a keynote at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, Samsung unveiled Ballie, a small, autonomous rolling sphere with a built-in camera, microphone, and speaker. Details were tough to come by (and still are), but in an interview with VentureBeat, Sajid Sadi, vice president of research at Samsung and the head and cofounder of the Samsung Think Tank Team, shared the vision behind the robot and his hopes for its future.

In public cloud, what worked at 1PB won’t work at 100PB

Public cloud has served as a catalyst to nearly every successful enterprise. It brought into being a plethora of startups. For small teams with great ideas the public cloud’s cost model and convenience made it possible to build a business. Public cloud providers unlocked innovations that otherwise would have taken much longer or never would have seen the light of day.