AMD RDNA 2 Radeon RX 6000 series might launch in force
Published in Graphics

In ample stock and "meeting proper expectation"

Nvidia had a rough start with its new RTX 3080, mostly due to scalpers, and it appears that AMD is looking not to make that same mistake.

Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 users reporting problems
Published in Graphics

Might extend to RTX 3090 as well

It appears that Geforce RTX 3080 might be facing a rough start and in addition to availability issues due to apparent high demand, the RTX 3080 users are facing random crashes and black screens. The issue appears to be specific to custom versions, and it might extend to RTX 3090 as it has only hit the market as of yesterday.

Apple’s customer satisfaction levels fall
Published in News

Samung's Empire stable

Apple’s customer satisfaction figures in Apple in PC and tablets in the US have fallen slightly bringing it neck and neck with Samsung.

Apple’s critics forge new alliance
Published in News

Coalition against App Store antics

A rebel alliance made up of Spotify, Match Group and “Fortnite” creator Epic Games who oppose to Apple’s App store antics has been formed.

EU could force Apple to open iPhone payment tech
Published in Mobiles

Just working on the legislation

The European Union is weighing legislation that could force Apple to open iPhone payment technology to competitors.

Taiwanese boffins make MRAM breakthrough
Published in PC Hardware

Unless it is all spin

Magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) is being touted as the next big thing for tech, even if manipulating MRAM efficiently and effectively is challenging.

India creates RISC-V-based chip
Published in News

Wants a little independence

A team from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, delivered a working sample of a new RISC-V-based chip in its Shakti series of open-source designs.

Amazon gets into gaming
Published in News
25 September 2020

Amazon gets into gaming

Luna starts next month

Amazon Luna will start a service to stream games running on Amazon Web Services servers to Fire TV, Windows, Mac, and iOS devices initially, with Android support coming weeks later.

Expanding Xbox Series X/S storage will be costly
Published in Gaming

$220 for 1TB

It appears that expanding Xbox Series X/S will cost quite a penny and according to early listings, you'll have to pay $220 for 1TB of storage.

NUVIA raises $240M Series B Funding
Published in Cloud

Enough to tape out the Orion chip

The future of NUVIA is now brighter as the company managed to secure $240M Series B Funding, money that will be enough tape out the Orion chip. In the light of Nvidia – ARM acquisition times for a custom server architecture could not be better, ensuring NUVIA's great timing and future prove roadmap is the right way forward.