Xbox Series X release is Nov. 10: Check availability at Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and more

Microsoft teased the new Xbox an entire year ago — and 2020 has been oh, so long — but the big day is finally upon us. The Xbox Series X (along with the Xbox Series S, its less powerful little brother) will be available on Tuesday, Nov. 10. That’s the day the world will be able to buy the new console that Microsoft says will have “four times the processing power of the Xbox One” while offering backward compatibility with older Xbox games. 

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It’s a fair guess that you didn’t manage to preorder an Xbox back in September — the preorder window was a bust for most people. But will you be able to snag a console on Nov. 10? That’s a great question. Unlike Sony, which has announced its PS5 launch will be online only, Microsoft has said no such thing. We expect that retailers will have

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Flex Logix Announces Availability And Roadmap Of InferX X1 Boards and Software Tools

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InferX X1P1 PCIe board at $399-$499 brings datacenter class throughput to lower price point edge servers; InferX X1P4 in 2021 will increase throughput 4x

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Flex Logix® Technologies, Inc. today announced the availability and roadmap of PCIe boards powered by the Flex Logix InferX™ X1 accelerator – the industry’s fastest and most efficient AI inference chip for edge systems.

The InferX X1P1 uses a single InferX X1 chip and a single LPDDR4x DRAM on a half-height, half-length PCIe board. Samples are available now to lead customers; general sampling will occur in Q1 and production availability in Q2 2021. The InferX X1P4 will have four InferX X1 chips on the same size board: half-height, half-length and will sample mid-2021 with production by end of

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Xbox Series X And Series S Preorder Availability: Consoles Sold Out, Accessories Available

Two new Xbox consoles, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, are launching in a matter of weeks, but unless you’ve been exceptionally lucky, you may not have been able to secure a preorder yet. The Series X and Series S release November 10 for $500 and $300, respectively, and as of now, finding either in stock is near-impossible. That said, we’re tracking console availability below along with all the major listings.

Preorder Xbox Series X:

Preorder Xbox Series S:

Xbox Series X/S bundles

Preorder Xbox Wireless Controllers

The new Xbox Wireless Controllers releasing alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S are available in Carbon Black, Robot White, and Shock Blue. They feature a more ergonomic design; textured grips on the bumpers, triggers, and back case; and an Elite controller-inspired hybrid D-pad for improved precision. The updated controllers also have a new integrated Share button for capturing and

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Xbox Series X And Series S Preorder Availability: Consoles Sold Out, Accessories In Stock

Two new Xbox consoles, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, are launching in a matter of weeks, but unless you’ve been exceptionally lucky, you may not have been able to secure a preorder yet. The Series X and Series S release November 10 for $500 and $300, respectively, and as of now, finding either in stock is near-impossible. That said, we’re tracking console availability below along with all the major listings.

Preorder Xbox Series X:

Preorder Xbox Series S:

Xbox Series X/S bundles

Preorder Xbox Wireless Controllers

The new Xbox Wireless Controllers releasing alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S are available in Carbon Black, Robot White, and Shock Blue. They feature a more ergonomic design; textured grips on the bumpers, triggers, and back case; and an Elite controller-inspired hybrid D-pad for improved precision. The updated controllers also have a new integrated Share button for capturing and

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Should Information Technologies and Internet Availability Make Work From Home the Norm?

Do you think with the skill set you have and the digital tools that are available to you, you can rather work from home other than going to office, working 9-5? How about there being a balance between the two? Can working from home gradually become the norm?

In my opinion if you are an IT person, there should be some flexibility in working 9-5 regularly at the office. The authorities involved should seriously give it a thought. Almost everybody nowadays owns a laptop and having internet availability and digital tools in hand, they can work anytime in the comfort of their home rather than following a strict 9-5 schedule.

Although working from home is the modern approach, many IT firms still make it a point to work regularly in the office. So I think there can be some balance between the two options. For instance, working from home thrice … Read More