World of Warcraft is 14 years old. Its success comes with challenges most games never face, and graphics are chief among them. Blizzard’s MMO released the same year as Battlefield Vietnam, Half-Life 2, and Gran Turismo 4. Load those games today, and you probably won’t like what you see. Blizzard is in a running battle with its own art. Expansions like Battle for … [Read more...] about Think ‘World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’ can play on any PC? Think again.
Spotify is clearly the best music streaming service out there — err, at least according to us. Its premium service is relatively affordable, it offers more than 30 millions songs, and it will allow you to download specific songs and playlists to listen to when you’re offline. Downloading music directly from Spotify is easy, too, and can be done on both your mobile … [Read more...] about Need some tunes when you’re offline? Here’s how to download songs from Spotify
The New York Public Service Commission (PSC) has withdrawn its approval of the Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable merger. According to a PSC release, the revocation is for specific cause, namely that Spectrum, the name of the merged entity, failed to deliver specific benefits to New Yorkers that were among the conditions upon which the merger was approved, the PSC … [Read more...] about N.Y. state withdraws approval of Charter and Time Warner merger, boots Spectrum
Advertisement Editor’s Picks Cracking Open the Black Box of AI with Cell Biology AI Detects Papaya Ripeness Chipmakers Test Ferroelectrics as a Route to Ultralow-Power Chips If John von Neumann were designing a computer today, there’s no way he would build a thick wall between processing and memory. At least, that’s what computer engineer … [Read more...] about To Speed Up AI, Mix Memory and Processing