Opinion: Amazon's Graviton2 CPU highlights Arm presence in cloud compute

The company didn’t give up on its goals, though, and a few years ago, it unveiled a new brand, dubbed Neoverse, with a new chip architecture designed for infrastructure and other high-performance applications. However, those markets have been completely dominated by x86 processors from Intel and, more recently, AMD, so the initial acceptance of Arm-based compute engines—which often require recompiling or rewriting existing software—was modest.

11 Bit announces 2 new games slated for 2020

11 Bit announced two new games that it will publish in 2020, Vitriol from Fool’s Theory and a new title from Moonlighter developer Digital Sun Games.

Microsoft Teams is the first Office app for Linux

Microsoft today launched Microsoft Teams for Linux in public preview. No, that’s not a typo — Microsoft Teams is indeed the first Office app that the company has ported to Linux. You can download Microsoft Teams as a native Linux package in .deb and .rpm formats from here.

The ROI of event technology has execs sitting up and paying attention (VB Live)

Presented by CventLive events are your biggest marketing opportunity — but do you know the ROI of every customer interaction, and how to turn each one into a conversion? Learn how event marketing technology can help you measure event success, boost your bottom line, and more.

LiveVox Acquires Teckst, Expanding Omnichannel Engagement Capability for the Enterprise

LiveVox U-Series offering pushes deeper into digital engagement. LiveVox U-Series offering pushes deeper into digital engagement.

Mozilla Firefox 71 Is Now Available for All Supported Ubuntu Linux Releases

Mozilla's latest Firefox 71 web browser is now finally available for installation from the software repositories of all supported  Ubuntu Linux releases.

Facebook’s Portal now lets you sing on an AR stage

Facebook’s Portal TV now lets you sing on an augmented reality stage while wearing AR to look like an ’80s rock star, hippie, or punk rocker in one of several feature upgrades announced today.

Iterable raises $60 million to optimize omnichannel campaigns with AI

Executing cross-channel marketing campaigns isn’t easy no matter what resources a brand has at its disposal. According to a recent survey, only 30% of marketers are highly confident in their ability to deliver a mulichannel strategy, followed by 67% who are only somewhat confident. Be that as it may, 95% of salespeople say they consider multichannel marketing important for customer targeting, which is likely why an estimated 51% of companies use at least eight channels to interact with customers.

Magic Leap formally launches Magic Leap 1 and reveals enterprise partners

Magic Leap announced the launch of Magic Leap 1, a $2,995 mixed reality headset. And it also revealed a set of enterprise applications and partners that are aimed at getting the era of “spatial computing” off the ground.

Resident Evil 3 begins relentlessly stalking you April 3

The remake of Resident Evil 3 is real, and it’s coming for you. Publisher Capcom confirmed the game with a trailer during Sony’s PlayStation State of Play video event today. The clip revealed the updated visuals as well as the release date.