Google promises to sort out right-wing advert crisis
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Losing customers

Google has promised to sort out a mess in its British operations after advertisers were furous that their adverts were being seen promoting right-wing hate videos.

Acer founder snubs Taiwanese university students
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Benefiting others improves individual-societal relationships


The founder of Acer Inc, who began his company back in 1976 and has now witnessed it become the sixth largest PC vendor in the world, admits he is not a fan of how Taiwanese students behave themselves during university graduation ceremonies.

Acer expects significant growth in Chromebooks, gaming PCs
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Windows Mixed Reality headsets will also play a minor role


According to a recent report from top executives at Acer, the company expects to experience double-digit growth this year in the gaming PC and low-cost Chromebook markets, with most of the growth being generated from Chromebooks in particular.

K|ngp|n breaks 3GHz on EVGA GTX 1080 Ti
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Might squeeze even more

Just a week after he managed to break some world records with EVGA GTX 1080 Ti clocked at over 2.5GHz, Vince K|ngp|n Lucido, a well-known overclocker, managed to push the same GPU over 3GHz.

MSI announces A-XMP technology for AMD Ryzen
Published in Motherboards


To bring better Ryzen memory compatibility

MSI has announced the new A-XMP technology for its AM4 motherboards that promises to bring better memory compatibility as well as allow higher frequency DDR4 memory kits to work with new Ryzen CPUs.

Nvidia releases Geforce 378.92 WHQL driver
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One to have for Mass Effect: Andromeda

Just ahead of the Mass Effect: Andromeda launch, Nvidia released its newest Geforce 378.92 WHQL Game Ready driver, which brings all the optimization for Mass Effect Andromeda and Rock Band VR games, adds or updates a couple of SLI profiles, and brings support for Dolby Vision for games.

EVGA teases its upcoming SC15 gaming notebook
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Coming with 120Hz G-Sync display and GTX 1060

While its 17-inch SC17 gaming notebook has been getting hardware updates, EVGA has now once again teased its smaller 15-inch SC15 gaming notebook that has been showcased at CES 2017 show in January.

Sensor market races ahead thanks to self driving cars
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3.2 times more by 2025

Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that the sensor market will grow by 2.5 times by 2025.

AMD’s Linux GPU patches seven Vega 10s
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40,000 lines of code changed

AMD has issued 100 Linux GPU patches for seven of its Vega 10 GPUs.

AMD confirms Ryzen screen freeze fix
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BIOS changes will be issued to Motherboard makers

AMD has confirmed why FMA3 code is causing system hangs on PCs using a new Ryzen desktop processor.