Month: June 2020

Facebook is trying to make VR glasses thinner and more “socially acceptable.” The company in a new research paper has revealed its glasses-like prototype virtual reality (VR) headset with a display measuring 8.9mm in thickness, which is about the same as a regular smartphone. The social media giant says that one way to achieve “sunglasses”-like
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Download a free 10-day trial: https://izo.to/3fSKYHF Get BT’s stems and enter the remix contest on Splice: https://on.splice.com/3hZ0X8Z From the mind of composer and electronic music pioneer BT, in collaboration with iZotope, Stutter Edit 2 brings movement to your mix, faster and with more versatility than ever before. For more info about Stutter Edit 2, visit:
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This Linux Foundation Platinum Sponsor-Contributed article from Hitachi is about how to use TensorFlow.js and Node-RED for use with image recognition applications. Using TensorFlow.js and Node-RED TensorFlow.js is a JavaScript implementation of the TensorFlow open source machine learning platform. By using TensorFlow.js, learning and inference processing can be executed in real-time on the browser or
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Did you know that you can install new fonts in Google Docs? While you can’t upload fonts from your computer, Google has a huge variety of fonts that are available for free. To make it easier to narrow down the fonts, you can filter the results to only show certain types of fonts, such as
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Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols writes on ZDNet: Once more, at The Linux Foundation‘s virtual Open Source Summit,  VMware‘s Chief Open Source Officer, Dirk Hohndel, and Linux’s creator, Linus Torvalds had a wide-ranging conversation about Linux development.  The illustrious pair started with Hohndel asking about the large size of the recent Linux kernel 5.8 initial release. Hohndel wondered if it might
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Acer Swift 5 (2020) has been unveiled at the company’s Next@Acer event with “next-gen” Intel Core processors that are paired with integrated graphics based on Intel’s Xe architecture. The new notebook also retains the ultrathin and lightweight titles by offering even narrow bezels over what we have on the existing Swift 5. There is also
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[embedded content] Harbor is an open-source cloud native registry project that stores, signs, and scans content. Harbor was created by a team of engineers at VMware China. The project was contributed to CNCF for wider adoption and contribution. Recently the project announced its 2.0 release. Swapnil Bhartiya, the founder of TFiR.io, sat down with Michael
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