Friday, March 24th, 2017

March 2016 – At the San Francisco GDC, we met with Nvidia to get an update on their GPUs and SDKs for gaming and the various platforms they were supporting. The big announcements and crowds were around their VR solutions. Nvidia has long been in the VR and AR space and has been part of [...]

June 2015 – We had a chance to meet with Studio Wildcard / Reverb Games at the Indie developer area in the Xbox booth at E3 2015 and get a walk-through of the early access of Ark: Survival Evolved. This is an Open-World Dinosaur Survival game that is has been developed with the Unreal Gaming [...]

April 2015 – In a briefing with Grinding Gears Games from New Zealand, we got a preview of their new chapter of Path of Exile – The Awakening. The product went going to Beta in the 2nd half of April. The game is a Free to Play PC game that has in-game purchase. Unlike most [...]

March 4, 2015, Game Developer Conference, San Francisco—Pete Baker and Chris Silva from Intel presented their views on the future of PC gaming. In some sense, the whole computer industry needs PC games to drive improvements in graphics performance at high volumes. Gaming evolves at a fantastic pace. The industry is always seeing better performance [...]

March 4, 2015, Game Developer Conference, San Francisco—Jon Peddie from Jon Peddie Research talked about the state of the gaming hardware markets. The company has been tracking various computer graphics markets for some time. The CG industry paralleled the evolution of computers. The first CG terminal was developed for the DEW Line on the ’50′s [...]

November 2014 – The latest version of the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 desktop scanner provides a multipaper autofeeder that scans at rates up to 25 pages per minutes in duplex mode to desktop, laptop and mobile devices. The unit is intuitive and easily connected with both wired (USB3) and wireless (WiFI) connectivity. The integrated WiFi allows [...]

November 2014 – The latest version of the Fujitsu Scansnap iX100 is incredibly fast, intuitive and easily connected to both laptops and mobile devices. The integrated WiFi allows the device to quickly connect to local networks and also directly with an integrated WiFi host adapter in the device. The portable scanner has an internal USB [...]

Holiday 2014 – At the Pepcom Holiday Preview in SF the theme for the event was Zombies and that theme carried over into the operating system choices for the products. Currently in Zombie mode was Windows. Caught between the EOL of Windows XP, still IT centric Windows 7 and not working on most consumer hardware [...]

July 23, 2014, Casual Connect Conference, San Francisco—A panel looked at the pressures that technology changes will bring to mobile gaming. Kyle Russell from TechCrunch moderated the panel with panelists Greg Hartrell from Google, Jean-Christophe Cimertiere from Unity, and Brian Shin from Pocket Gems. New platforms? Hartrell noted that game developers are considering second screen [...]

March 2014 – At Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, the developers of World of Tanks and the leader in the combat action game genre was showing previews of their new games being updated and release. Their product offering leader is World of Tanks which currently sports 80M+ users world wide and is supported by [...]