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The Tech Report Podcast returns from a long slumber with new Editor-in-Chief Jeff Kampman in the host's seat. Jeff and special guest David Kanter discuss Soft Machines' VISC architecture and the performance targets that the company released recently. We also answer readers' questions about Soft Machines and other tech topics.
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That's all, folks! We'll see you on the next episode.
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