Archive for February, 2019
A recently published AMD patent revealed that AMD has been working on implementing variable rate shading technology into its GPUs for at least the past two years. Although it hasn't been confirmed yet, the technology may be available for AMD's Navi.
Cooler Master released the MK850 keyboard, which features Aimpad technology used to enable pressure sensitivity in the keys most commonly used while gaming.
The UFEDs that law enforcement uses to access encrypted devices--which normally cost between $5,000 and $15,000--can be bought on eBay for just $100.
Microsoft announced two new cloud-based security solutions to help its customers better defend against both automated and human adversary attacks, called Azure Sentinel and Threat Experts.
Intel developed a Cryogenic Wafer Prober tool together with Bluefors and Afore that will significantly speed-up the development of quantum processors.
Nvidia announced that a new version of the popular OBS streaming tool improves in-game performance via optimizations to its GPUs' hardware encoder, NVENC.
The Spaceborne Computer comprised of two servers from Hewlett Packard Enterprise was supposed to return to Earth three months ago, but it's still going strong.
AMD changed FreeSync 2's brand, teased a tech demo meant for use in retail stores and updated its site to explain why people should want FreeSync 2 monitors.
The Micron 1300 SSDs are available in 2.5-inch and M.2 formats with capacities up to 2TB.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took action against a dietary supplement company that purchased fake Amazon reviews.