DesignNews

Nvidia Becomes the Latest Corporate Patron of Blender

Blender is a “free and open source 3D creation suite.” Originally released in 1994 as an in-house application for a Dutch animation studio, Blender has gone on to become a staple in the animation community. The software is used extensively by NASA and has been part of projects such as Spider-Man 2, Captain America: The …

Nvidia Becomes the Latest Corporate Patron of Blender Read More »

Microsoft Announces Dual-Screen Surface Duo—Powered by Android!

Those who have been around tech for more than a decade remember the “good old days” when Microsoft was ruthlessly protective of its intellectual property, its platforms, its ecosystem. In fact, it was so protective that it was eventually sued by the U.S. Government for monopolistic behavior. Fast-forward to 2019 and how things have changed. …

Microsoft Announces Dual-Screen Surface Duo—Powered by Android! Read More »

Adobe CEO Focused On Delivering Innovation

“We’re in rarefied atmosphere,” says Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen. “We’re focused on delivering an incredible innovation roadmap across all three of our clouds. We look forward to sharing more about our forward-looking strategy at the analyst meeting at MAX. We do look forward to the FA meeting. That’s when we lay out the growth opportunities …

Adobe CEO Focused On Delivering Innovation Read More »

Apple “By Invitation Only” Event

Apple held its much-anticipated “By Invitation Only” event today, with Tim Cook promising a “huge” morning of news and updates. Over the course of two hours, Apple delivered on the promise with updates to both hardware and software. Apple Arcade Apple Arcade was first out of the gate, with one of Apple highlighting the soon-to-be-released …

Apple “By Invitation Only” Event Read More »

Eventually, You Won’t Know What’s Real or Not in Computer Games

“We’re going to reach a point where you won’t be able to tell the difference between what’s created in the computer and what’s real,” says Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick. “That doesn’t mean we’ll do it for all of our games. This promise of taking certain titles, like basketball, and making it truly look like live-action …

Eventually, You Won’t Know What’s Real or Not in Computer Games Read More »

If It’s a Streaming War We’d Like To Be an Arms Dealer, Says IAC CEO

“If it’s a streaming war we’d like to be an arms dealer,” says IAC CEO Joey Levin. “We want to send the product and services to people who are making video. Video is relevant not just to people building streaming services, which there are now endless amounts of that and endless amounts of capital, but …

If It’s a Streaming War We’d Like To Be an Arms Dealer, Says IAC CEO Read More »

?
WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com