Archive for February, 2018
According to two recent reports, AMD's CPU market share growth is accelerating, and its GPUs are enjoying an even more drastic upswing.
MSI announced a pair of new mechanical keyboards, the 104-key GK80 and the tenkeyless GK70. Both feature per-key RGB lighting that integrates with MSI’s Mystic Light ecosystem and come with a partial set of replacement keycaps.
Intel issued its latest microcode update guidance in which it revealed that its Haswell and Broadwell patch is now ready for production, after the company's previous Spectre v2 update caused rebooting issues on users' machines.
You may have noticed that graphics cards aren't the only PC components with price and availability issues lately. PSUs with 850W or higher capacities have become scarce, and that's at least partly because of cryptocurrency mining.
Cloudflare announced that it has seen an increased number of DDoS amplification attacks lately, done through vulnerable memcached servers that have UDP enabled.
Another company announced its intent to enter the wireless VR market. Amimon, which currently serves the medical industry, Hollywood, and the drone market, is looking for partners to license its technology to untether XR devices.
Senate Democrats have introduced a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to reverse the repeal of net neutrality regulations. Currently, a coalition of 50 Senators has signed on to the initiative.
A federal court has ruled on an FTC vs. AT&T case that threatened to leave telecom providers free to conduct unfair business practices in their broadband services by letting them fall into a regulatory gap.
EK Water Blocks today revealed a monoblock that fits on ASRock’s lineup of X399 Threadripper motherboards. The new block features EKWB’s revised cold plate design to provide ample cooling for the core-heavy CPU.
Cooler Master announced the MasterCase H500P, which is the latest in the company’s MasterCase series of chassis.