US $100 price-cut
In addition to launching the new Geforce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, Nvidia has also lowered the price of its Geforce GTX 1080 graphics card, pushing it down to US $499, a good US $100 price cut from its official launch price.
14nm, 10nm users will never notice
Chipzilla thinks that users don’t give a monkey’s what process their chip has and will be more interested in its performance, according to a man with long job title.
Will co-exist with SSD, like ebony and ivory
Seagate might have been pushing into the solid state drive (SSD) market with shedloads of acquisitions or strategic alliances with SSD partners, but that does not mean that HDs are a thing of the past.
Remotely controlled obnoxious morons fight each other
Wikipedia editors are finding it so hard to be that obnoxious to magazines and researchers they don’t like and are outsourcing their work to bots – which are spending a lot of time fighting each other.
Captain thought he could run on Apple Maps and an iPad
It is a while since we have had a story about an Apple fanboy who relied entirely on Apple Maps and ended up getting lost. But this guy was dumb enough to use his iPad to do his course navigation on his boat.
VRWorks gets DX12 support, ShadowPlay Highlights and more
During its annual Editors Day session in San Francisco, Jeff Fisher, Senior Vice President of the Geforce product division took the stage to announce the progress the company has made over the past year in the PC gaming industry including the challenges it faces with regards to hardware demands and scaling.