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Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • Amazon Italy Leaks AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT And Ryzen 9 3900XT CPUs, July 7th Launch Confirmed

    For the past month, more information has been leaking out regarding AMD’s Matisse Refresh Ryzen 3000XT processors. Based on the information that we’ve gleaned from our previous reporting, AMD is set to launch the Ryzen 5 3600XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, and Ryzen 9 3900XT with higher clocks their non-XT counterparts to battle...
  • Firm defends algorithm which 'spots women's orgasms'

    A firm which claimed to have built an algorithm to identify women's orgasms has defended itself after ridicule on social media. Stu Nugent, brand manager at the sex toy label Lelo, had shared some slides on Twitter of the pitch he'd received, in which the firm claimed it could "validate...
  • Microsoft Reportedly Is Forcing Windows 10 May 2020 Update On PCs Without Consent

    Some Windows 10 users report that Microsoft is force feeding their PCs the May 2020 Update despite have selected the option to pause updates. Meanwhile, I'm over here wondering why the hell my main desktop still "isn't quite ready" for the feature update, as a message in Windows Update politely...
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha 4 Arrives As More Invites Sent To Testers

    Developers behind Microsoft Flight Simulator have announced that Alpha 4 build is now available to download. The new alpha update adds new content, fixes bugs, and comes with an updated list of known issues. There are several fixes to the Boeing 747 in the update, including more accurate glass...
  • Computex 2020 Officially Cancelled As COVID-19 Claims Another Tech Trade Show

    Another technology trade show—Computex 2020—has effectively been cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. Officially, the Taiwan Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taipei Computer Association (CTA), the organizes of the annual Computex trade show, say they have decided to "reschedule" the event to sometime in 2021, but that amounts...
  • Riot Games executive resigns after 'abhorrent' George Floyd post

    A gaming firm executive has resigned over a meme he posted about George Floyd, who died while being arrested. Ron Johnson, who was head of consumer products at Riot Games, shared an image detailing Mr Floyd's criminal record. He wrote that it was "no reason to condone his killing" but...
  • Chip Architect Legend Jim Keller Resigns From Intel After Two Years, Where Does That Leave INTC?

    Just over two years ago, Intel scored a major win in the talent department by hiring Jim Keller, a former AMD Ryzen chip architecture (among other accomplishments), to "accelerate [the] transformation" to "fundamentally change the way" silicon is built. It was an exiting announcement for Intel, but it will have...
  • Cloud storage on-site hardware: AWS, Azure, Google Cloud

    Cloud computing has transformed IT. But cloud and on-premises infrastructure are being seen less as either/or and increasingly as complementary. There are good reasons to keep infrastructure on-site, especially when it comes to storage. These include regulatory constraints, minimising latency, architectural compatibility, and a desire to make use of existing...
  • Here’s Sony’s All-New PlayStation 5 Game Console Including A Discless Digital Edition

    After months of looking at leaked PlayStation 5 dev boxes and speculative renders based on that design, we’re finally locking eyes on the production console. And thankfully, it looks nothing that spaceship-esque designs that we’ve previously witnessed.  The PlayStation 5 has a very organic shape with a black center core that flanked by curved...
  • PlayStation 5: Sony kicks off launch with Spider-Man Miles Morales game

    Sony has kicked off its PlayStation 5 launch event with a first look at Spider-Man: Miles Morales. The video game centres on the star of the firm's recent hit movie - Into the Spider-Verse - and briefly showed off some of the new console's graphics power. Racing game Grand Turismo...

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