Archive for December, 2018
Valve announced that starting January 1, 2019 the Steam client will no longer work on PCs running the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems.
Bad packets sent by a single bad network card in CenturyLink's infrastructure reportedly led to 911 service disruptions in several states over the holidays.
Nvidia hasn't announced the RTX 2060 yet, but that hasn't stopped a series of credible leaks and rumors from hitting the Internet.
A ransomware attack targeted The Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune, and various Tribune Publishing newspapers to disrupt their deliveries.
Various EVGA and Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 and GTX 1070 Ti graphics cards go on sale at Newegg and B&H Photo Video.
The Schall Law Firm has filed suit against Nvidia claiming it made false and misleading statements to its shareholders, adding to the company's woes.
Lenovo has listed the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1160 graphics card along with with its latest Legion series gaming laptop.
Linux 4.21 includes important new optimizations for the Zen 2 architecture found in AMD's 7nm Rome processors.
Some of the best features we wrote in 2018 deserve a wider audience.
We think 2019 will have plenty of tech surprises, both good and bad. Our predictions include 5G hype and AMD hitting back hard against both Intel and Nvidia.