Facebook's TV video chat, 99.7% of comments on FCC site were pro net neutrality
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According to Cheddar, Facebook is reportedly planning another video chat device, this one might be for your TV.
Supposedly code named Ripley and uses the same tech inside Facebook's portal video chat device.
There's no word yet on when the product could see the light of day, however, and Facebook has yet to respond to the story.
A report from Standford University says that 99.7% or around 800,000 of unique comments on the FCC site during the height of the net neutrality debate favored keeping the rules intact.
The study used machine learning tech to spot and analyze the data.
And finally, in an effort to prove the graphical prowess of its new line of RTX GPUs, graphics computing company Nvidia reenacted the Moon landing to prove that the original footage contained the most natural lighting behavior and therefore couldn't be faked.
New RTX cards are available right now.
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