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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • NVIDIA Launches HGX-2 AI Cloud Server Platform For High Performance Computing

    Forget about running two graphics cards in SLI, imagine having 16 GPUs working in tandem to crunch through intensive workloads. That would be pretty awesome, right? It's also attainable, at least to certain audiences. NVIDIA today unveiled its HGX-2, a cloud server platform outfitted with 16 Tesla V100 Tensor Core...
  • Valve Removes Active Shooter School Massacre Game From Steam, Bans 'Abusive' Developer

    Following a whirlwind of controversy over content versus free speech, Valve has decided to yank the game Active Shooter from Steam, but it didn't stop there. Valve also banned the developer Revived Games and publisher Acid from its popular digital distribution platform, which are actually one and the same in...
  • ASUS H370 Mining Master Cryptocurrency Motherboard Boasts 20 Quick-Connect GPU Ports

    Cryptocurrency mining appears to be evening out somewhat with regards to demand on hardware, which has thankfully resulted in GPU prices heading closer towards normalcy. However, for those that are still committed to build kickass rigs to mine for cryptocurrencies, ASUS is launching the new H370 Mining Master motherboard, which is based (obviously...
  • Alleged Intel Core i7-8086K Coffee Lake CPU With 5GHz Turbo Boost Leaks

    Intel is getting ready to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its game-changing 8086, a 16-bit that standardized the x86 architecture for personal computing and basically revolutionized the industry at large. To mark the occasion, there have been rumors of a special Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition CPU based on the company's...
  • HP Unleashes Refreshed Omen 15 Gaming Laptop With Coffee Lake And GTX 1070 Max-Q GPU

    Around this time last year, Hewlett-Packard debuted the Omen 15 and Omen 17 gaming laptops, which were powered by Intel Kaby Lake processors and your choice of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series or AMD Radeon RX 500 Series GPUs. Today, HP is delivering an update to the Omen 15 which upgrades the...
  • All-New Intellivision Console To Launch October 1 As Retro Gaming Explodes

    We may well be in the heyday of retro gaming. There have been several retro console launches to let old-school gamers enjoy many of the games they grew up on in a more modern package. Nintendo was up to bat first with its NES and SNES Classic Editions, helping to push...
  • HP Inc results boosted by PC sales as it waits for 3D manufacturing to take off

    HP Inc has reported 13% growth in business for the second quarter of 2018, compared with the equivalent period in 2017, boosted by commercial PC sales. Its second-quarter 2018 SEC filing showed that commercial PC net revenue increased by 16%, while consumer net revenue rose by 10%. Shipments of both...
  • School shooting game Active Shooter pulled by Steam

    A game pitched as a "school shooting simulation" has been ditched from Steam's online store ahead of release. The title had been criticised by parents of real-life school shooting victims, and an online petition opposing its launch had attracted more than 180,000 signatures. Steam's owner, Valve, said it had dropped...
  • Finally, the PC market is growing more stable

    Research by Canalys has revealed the PC market is stabilising, despite sales declining 2.1% to 398 million units by the end of 2018. Although shipments are set to reduce once again, it's the lowest rate of decline for the last four years. Businesses migrating to Windows 10 are realising the need...
  • UK drone users face safety tests and flight restrictions

    UK drone users may have to pass online safety tests under legislation being introduced to the Commons on Wednesday. The government also wants to prevent drones from flying above 400ft or within 1km of airport boundaries. The changes, which are set to come into effect between 30 July and 30...

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