PNY partner Immersive powers massive football-field sized screen for CES 2017 keynote address using NVIDIA Quadro GPUs
CES 2017 - the largest tech show in the US - dazzled its keynote audience with a stunning presentation delivered on an enormous screen: 180-degree across, 300 feet long and 14-feet high.
Finals Week Fall 2016
With finals week upon us students are studying more than ever.
With tests, papers and presentations due students are hitting the library hard. And all that studying means less time for fun activities. Sometimes the littlest thing can get you off track. That's why some students say they'll break up their routine and find places out of the ordinary to study. Rashid Bey/PSU Senior with a Major in Sociology and Communications: "I can't study at home because then I've got everything else there. And I'm just comfortable there doing everything else because I've always done everything else there. So I have to pick a new spot that literally my brain can associate studying with. And then I study there. That's usually secluded."
Bey says when you're studying in a group, you need to make sure everyone is actually studying and not distracting each other.
Amazon wants you to grab and go
Amazon is opening up a brick-and-mortar store in Seattle that allows customers to check in with their Amazon account and make purchases without having to wait in line.