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Battlefield V just became the first game to support real-time ray tracing, so Nvidia's bundling the game for free with GeForce RTX graphics cards.
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Intel has introduced the Intel Neural Compute Stick 2, designed to build smarter AI algorithms and for prototyping computer vision at the network edge.
AMD has unveiled the Radeon RX 590 graphics cards, an advanced 12nm GPU.
Razer have announced the BlackWidow Lite, a keyboard aimed at office workers.
Boost Mobile has announced that it will be increasing its bonus data offering from 11GB to 23GB with its Boost Anytime Plus plans on the first 5 $30+ recharges.
Ember, a temperature-control ceramic mug has launched in Apple stores across Australia.
Netgear has introduced the new Orbi Outdoor Satellite.
JBL has introduced its JRPOP ultra-portable, kid-friendly speaker.
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