Today on Gamer:Tech we show you how to break free from those dreaded cable bundle bills with the first episode in our Cutting The Cord series. In this episode, we feature the Nvidia Shield TV.
This little gadget is packed with features like free game streaming with Nvidia Geforce now, a built in Google Assistant, and more. We'll show you why this small but powerful device running on Android TV 8 is the “all your Entertainment Apps in one place” 4K, power house solution to replacing your big useless cable box!
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This week, we discuss the arrival of 5G Networks and how this new technology will propel us into the AI-Controlled/Self-Operated devices and vehicles future. The next evaluation in how we communicate is on the horizon!
Plus, we got all the info you need on Super Hot VR’s Domination of the 2019 Holiday season, which saw the game gross over 2 million in sales in just 7 days! 2019 was great for VR Gaming and this incredible achievement by the developers of Super Hot could point to VR’s emergence as a new gaming platform and not just a fringe hobby in the world of gaming at large!
Rhode Islanders should be somewhat familiar with the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program. It’s a huge part of the United States’ public education agenda and its purpose is to replenish our pool of scientists, engineers and mathematicians. It’s pretty important stuff and a recent report found that Rhode Island student’s STEM scores were not only shameful, but student interest in STEM courses were equally embarrassing. Like I said, we’re no stranger to STEM.
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Ten years ago, the New England Patriots hosted a wildcard match-up against the Baltimore Ravens. But instead of moving on, the Patriots were absolutely obliterated by the visiting Ravens on the final score of 33-14. Fast forward to Saturday night, the Patriots were hosting Wildcard Weekend at Gillette Stadium. This time around, it was against the Tennessee Titans.
On a cold, wet, and misty night in Foxborough, Massachusetts, the Patriots and the Titans slogged it out. But when the final gun sounded, there was almost a hush throughout the stadium. After so many years of success, it seemed that the curtain had final closed on what was considered to most powerful sports dynasty not only in Boston sports history but in NFL history as well.
Well, as the year comes to a close, it has been my assignment at 990WBOB for almost 8 years to bring you the list of notable passing’s in 2019.
It always amazes me how many names I forgot. There are the ones who go suddenly, the ones who were pretty up there in years and then of course the ones I thought were already deceased.
As I do every year, I won’t mention everyone, so if there was someone you thought was special that you don’t see here it was by no means a slight on their significance.
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