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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Google Fined Record 2.7 Billion By EU For Alleged Online Search Misdeeds

    When the European Union comes at technology firms for perceived antitrust violations, it comes at them hard. Such is the case yet again, this time with the European Commission issuing a record-breaking fine of €2.42 billion (around $2.7 billion in U.S. currency) to Google for running afoul of antitrust law...
  • Ethereum Miners Gain More Muscle From ASUS Mining Series AMD And NVIDIA GPU Cards

    Ethereum mining is a big business these days, and the cryptocurrency is on the verge of besting Bitcoin in market cap. Given the fact that many enterprising consumers are using gaming graphics card to maximize their hash rate for Ethereum mining, some manufacturers are tweaking their existing hardware to cater...
  • NVIDIA, Volvo And Autoliv Form Pit Crew To Accelerate Development Of AI-Powered Self-Driving Car Tech

    Despite cautionary push back from regulators and lawmakers, it is becoming increasingly clear that self-driving cars are the future. Development in the area has been proceeding at a breakneck pace. Even so, one has to wonder when exactly autonomous vehicles will become a reality, versus just a prototype. It could...
  • AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition Compared Vs NVIDIA Titan Xp, Shipping Now From $1,200

    After AMD delivered some “shock and awe” with the release of its Ryzen processors earlier this year, gamers are eagerly anticipating the launch of Vega-based graphics cards. Unfortunately for those that don’t have over $1,000 to plunk down on a single card, our first exposure to Vega comes in the...
  • Google hit with record EU fine over Shopping service

    Google has been fined 2.4bn euros ($2.7bn; £2.1bn) by the European Commission after it ruled the company had abused its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results. The amount is the regulator's largest penalty to date against a company accused of distorting the...
  • Nintendo Says SNES Classic Production Will Significantly Outpace NES Classic

    If the thought of an SNES Classic has you salivating in anticipation of retro gaming goodness, we have some good news for you. Nintendo appears to have learned from its mistakes with the limited production of the NES Classic, and will instead make available “significantly more” quantities of the SNES...
  • News UK dumps tape for backup with Zadara cloud storage

    News UK has revamped its backup systems with Zadara cloud storage as part of an ongoing cloud-first push, saving around 40% on the potential cost of in-house hardware and software. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special...
  • Titanfall 2 For Xbox One X Can Render At 6K Resolution In Short Bursts

    One of the biggest marketing pushes surrounding Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One X has been 4K support, and it's for good reason. People love crisper images, and when Microsoft's upcoming unit is close to 50% more powerful than the nearest competition (PlayStation 4 Pro), bragging rights are in order (even if...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Launches This Fall Rocking 21 Killer Games Including Star Fox 2

    OK, we’ve already forgotten about the NES Classic, because Nintendo today announced that it will launch a follow-up console: the Super Nintendo (SNES) Classic. Like the NES Classic, which launched with much fanfare late last year (and was continually out of stock at retail stores), the SNES Classic looks like...
  • AMD Ryzen Users Reap Huge Performance Benefits With ROTR And ZBrush Updates

    AMD got off to a bit of a shaky start when it launched its Ryzen processors with regards to gaming performance. However, this was to be expected given that Ryzen is based on brand new Zen architecture and developers need time to optimize for the platform. Luckily, both AMD —...

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