Sony confirmed today that PlayStation Now, the company’s game streaming service, is coming to Windows. The company is also putting out its first wireless dongle to enable DualShock 4 use with a computer.
Data center hardware must be fast, and that often means its functionality is hard-wired in. Now, MIT researchers have unveiled two new papers which could make routing hardware programmable -- without sacrificing speed.
FTP stands for "File Transfer Protocol," and it's used to transfer files online. Most internet users don't need it, but web developers use it constantly. Here's what FTP is, how it works, and how you can get started using it.
If you have a 4K monitor and a fancy graphics card, the upcoming port of Tekken 7 on the PC would be a great way to show them off, as it's going to support 4K resolutions at launch. Is this the most striking beat-em-up to date?
Augmented reality is a special sort of reality, which means it needs a special sort of processor to create it. That's where Microsoft's Holographic Processing Unity comes in, delivering compact performance in a low power package.
A few forums run by Epic Games were hacked this week, meaning it's a good idea to change your password. If you share passwords between sites, change those too, and consider not sharing passwords between sites anymore.
Nvidia's Drive PX 2 platform for self-driving cars features two of the new Parker processors, which were designed with autonomous cars in mind, Nvidia says. The Drive PX 2 platform will be used in Volvo autonomous cars, among others.
TP-Link wants to improve its market share in the U.S. To do that, it needs a new brand and identity, and apparently a strong push into the smart home. The company recently opened a smart home business unit in the U.S.