New Nvidia cards, Xbox hardware subscription service?
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NVIDIA has announced a new series of high-end graphics cards, claiming up to six times the performance compared to last generation's 10-series.
The RTX 2000 line of cards will start with the RTX 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti.
Ranging in price from $600 all the way up to 1200 for the 2080 Ti, pre orders start now and the cars will ship next month.
Facebook is deleted over 650 accounts linked to influence efforts in Iran and Russia, in what's being described as inauthentic coordinated campaign.
Facebook was tipped off by cybersecurity firm FireEye which discovered a propaganda machine design to promote policies favorable to Iran.
And finally Windows Central is reporting that Microsoft is putting together a new subscription service called Xbox All Access, for about 20 dollars a month for two years gamers would receive Xbox Live.
Xbox games and an Xbox One S console, you'd be able to get the more powerful Xbox One X for around $35 per month.
Xbox all access could launch this month in the US.
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