Razer its hosting its inaugural virtual conference with RazerCon 2020. The company has a slew of new products that will be unveiled during this, with two new products that are a bit different than the usual. The first is a new chair for gamers called the Razer Iskur. The Iskur has been designed from the ground up with comfort, health and style in mind. This is the first official gaming chair from Razer and it will offer one-of-a-kind external lumbar support along with high density foam cushioning and stylish multi-layered synthetic leather. It is also designed to address the need for superior ergonomics in today’s gaming chairs.
The external lumbar support will offer 26 degrees of customization to help improve posture for gamers for long playing sessions. This will also work to reduce aches and strains by fully supporting the curvature of the spine with focusing in on the mid
Waymo, the autonomous car unit of Google-parent Alphabet, opened its robo-taxi project to the general public in the US city of Phoenix on Thursday, becoming the first widely available driverless ride service.
Now that the project has shifted out of its test phase, anyone signed up through the Waymo One smartphone app can summon autonomous vehicles to travel throughout the Arizona city’s metro area, chief executive John Krafcik said.
“Members of the public service can now take friends and family along on their rides and share their experience with the world,” he added.
“We’ll start with those who are already a part of Waymo One and, over the next several weeks, welcome more people directly into the service through our app.”
The Waymo One app is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Waymo started testing a fully driverless ride service in Phoenix some three years ago with
A real estate company has opened a new support center in Lower Paxton Township.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has opened the new center at 75 Shannon Road.
The new facility opened in August and relocated from Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township. The office features flat screen televisions, online transaction management systems, an on-site education center and more. The location will also enable training sessions to be broadcast to agents remotely.
“Agents have always served the communities in which they reside, and this location will allow us to better serve the agents who live and work in the Harrisburg region,” Tricia Como, sales director for the Harrisburg-area office said in a press release. “The agents in Harrisburg now have access to a high-tech, safe facility where they can receive focused administrative assistance, access to technology support and education.”
The office supports approximately 200 real estate agents.
NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană and the NATO Chief Scientist Dr Bryan Wells opened the 14th NATO Operations Research and Analysis Conference. The event, organised jointly by the NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO) and Allied Command Transformation (ACT), took place virtually on 5-6 October 2020, and had as its theme Emerging and Disruptive Technology (EDT).
The Conference attracted over 400 participants, from 21 NATO Allies and seven partner nations, and dealt with topics ranging from cyber and autonomy, through strategic analysis and artificial intelligence, to big data and combat modelling.
NATO Deputy Secretary General said “NATO’s Operational Research and Analysis community plays a vital role in assisting Nations and NATO in understanding the political and military implications of emerging and disruptive technologies. The experts that are brought together demonstrate the power of NATO’s network of scientists”.
The Conference brought together analysts from national defence analysis and research organisations,
By MARK SHERMAN and JESSICA GRESKO, Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court opens a new term Monday with Republicans on the cusp of realizing a dream 50 years in the making, a solid conservative majority that might roll back abortion rights, expand gun rights and shrink the power of government.
Eight justices are getting back to work at a most unusual, politically fraught moment in American history. They’re still mourning the death of their colleague Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the leader of the court’s liberal wing. They’re working in the midst of a pandemic that has forced the court to drastically change the way it conducts business. And the presidential election is less than a month away.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for Ginsburg’s seat, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, could be on the bench in time for one of the term’s biggest cases, post-Election Day arguments in the latest
Tom Savage, For the Brandon Valley Challenger
Published 2:34 a.m. CT Oct. 3, 2020
Cody Rasmussen sat in a computer science class a decade ago at Dell Rapids High School. The computer teacher disassembled a computer in front of the entire class, and Rasmussen said he was hooked.
That classroom demonstration was the first time he’d gotten the itch to pursue a career in the computer and gaming industry. Now living on the east side of Sioux Falls, Rasmussen and business partner Calen Kusler have opened Ground Zero Gaming in Brandon. The store is located at 1316 East Cedar Street.
Ironically, the computer industry isn’t one Rasmussen pursued. He went to culinary school, but the gaming bug was too big to ignore.
The latent reservoir is the last bastion of HIV’s resistance to a cure. But it is difficult to destroy because it is invisible: the cells in the reservoir harbor virus that is dormant, so they don’t have any viral proteins on their surface that would give them away.
As a result, scientists have struggled to learn what the reservoir looks like in individuals with HIV. And without this knowledge, they harbor little hope of being able to target the reservoir with therapies that could eliminate or reduce it, thus ridding people of HIV infection for good.
To fish out reservoir cells, scientists have to reawaken the virus by activating cells they collect from infected individuals. Once awake, the virus produces proteins that mark the surface of its host cells, which gives researchers a handle to find and study these cells. However, the very process of reactivating the virus leads to
The sim gives its users the ability to fly anywhere in the world, with our planet reconstructed with real-time weather conditions using Microsoft Bing mapping technology.
So it’s a little surprising that a huge terrifying abyss has opened up in the middle of Brazil.
Reddit user ReversedWindow appears to have been the first to report the freaky discovery and was brave enough to pilot an airplane down it.
Turns out it gets stranger: There’s a whole airport down there. The above YouTube video by Kwad Damage shows this remarkable journey to the center of the Earth, while the screengrab at the top is from PC Gamer’s Christopher Livingston’s adventure.
The airport in question is Lagoa Nova, which in the real