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Google revealed its new gaming platform at GDC 2019, and it should force the current players to rethink their own strategies. Here's where the services stand.
Google takes the wraps off its Stadia streaming service, promising the "future of gaming."
The company is working on standardized "driver's license" testing for self-driving cars based on a new open-source algorithm.
Nvidia's new cloud-based platform allows developers to test their self-driving cars in a highly-realistic, customizable virtual environment.
But Nvidia's game-streaming aspirations seem to extend beyond its own cloud gaming service.
Get your robots ready.
But just a taste to get you hooked.
The two companies show how gaming tech can enhance car design with an extremely realistic 3D render of the 2019 BMW 8 Series coupe.
It plays in the same ballpark as the more expensive GTX 1660 Ti, but the $200-$250 GTX 1660 will probably be a favorite in 2019's entry gaming desktops.
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Today's major tech stories include Tesla's decision to keep many stores open, Adobe giving its Shockwave platform the ax and Nvidia's purchase of an Israeli chipmaker.
Sublime suburban chariot
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.