Logitech launches the new PRO Wireless gaming mouse
Published in PC Hardware


A proven winner with new Hero 16K sensor

At the Gamescom 2018 show in Cologne, Logitech has launched its latest e-sports oriented PRO Wireless gaming mouse, an already proven winner in the rising e-sports market which uses the new Hero 16K sensor, reaching 16,000 DPI and with an impressively light weight of 80g.

Nvidia shares more details about ray tracing in games
Published in Gaming


Some games will only get DLSS

Following the previous announcement of the new Geforce RTX series, Nvidia has now disclosed a few more details about which games will actually adopt Ray Tracing and which will focus on Deep Learning Super-Sampling.

Amazon electricity bill subsidised by tax payers
Published in Cloud


Cloudy finances

Amazon Web Services appears to have been avoiding a lot of its electricity bills by using tax payer handouts.

Google puts AI in charge of data centre
Published in AI


You want to go to the toilet? I can’t let you do that, Dave.

Google is putting an artificial intelligence system in charge of its data centre after the system proved it could cut energy use.

Bank of England warns of massive technological unemployment
Published in News


Humans to be replaced by dollies

The chief economist of the Bank of England has warned that the UK will need a skills revolution to avoid "large swathes" of people becoming "technologically unemployed" as artificial intelligence makes many jobs obsolete.

Microsoft stops Russian hackers
Published in News


Attacking anti-Russian conservative groups which promote democracy and cybersecurity

Microsoft said it had recently thwarted hackers associated with the Russian government attempting to steal user information from conservative groups that promote democracy and advocate for cybersecurity.

Court asked to bring back net neutrality
Published in News


More than 22 states want Obama administration’s laws back

A group of 22 state attorneys general and the District of Columbia late Monday asked a US appeals court to reinstate the Obama administration’s 2015 landmark net neutrality rules.

Facebook must publish Fake News
Published in News


Trump says it is unfair to Republicans not to allow it

US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump claims that moves by Twitter and Facebook to reduce Fake News, Russian Bots, and conspiracy nutjobs was discriminating against conservatives.

Judge orders “Grand Theft Auto” players to stop cheating
Published in Gaming


Ironic. Don’t you think?

Take-Two Interactive Software, the maker of the “Grand Theft Auto” has been awarded a preliminary injunction to stop a Georgia man from selling cheats.

Nvidia Geforce RTX series officially launches
Published in Graphics


On retail/e-tail shelves on September 20th

During his keynote ahead of the Gamescom 2018 show, Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang officially unveiled the new Geforce RTX series, which is already available for pre-order and which will be on shelves on September 20th.