Archive for November, 2017
MSI detailed the full specifications of the U.S. versions of its Infinite X desktop gaming PC.
Diane Bryant has left Intel and joined Google Cloud as the Chief Operating Officer.
Toshiba elevates the XG5 like with a new premium option that increases performance and the capacity to 2TB.
Both gamers and game investors are no stranger to the concept of microtransactions. Although gamers have grown to accept them as a fact of reality, the recent "Star Wars Battlefront II" debacle shows that there is still a line that can’t be crossed.
In light of Intel’s recent announcement of the vulnerabilities found and fixed in its Management Engine (ME), referred to as INTEL-SA-00086, many OEMs have begun issuing firmware updates for their products.
Thermaltake announced a new open-frame chassis called the Core P90 TG (tempered glass).
A federal court in California approved IRS' request to access the data on 14,355 Coinbase customers that have traded more than $20,000 per transaction between 2013 and 2015. The request is narrower than IRS' original request to obtain all customers' data.
AMD quietly teased a new version of its Radeon Software in a video published on the company’s YouTube page.
The software also brings back the NV Tray function.
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