Nexflix tells Apple to go forth and multiply
Published in News

Apple TV is not for us

The fruity cargo cult Apple's attempt to get into the television business has been delivered a slap over the nose with a rolled up newspaper by Netflix.

IBM's cryptocurrancy gaining ground
Published in Cloud

For banking clients

IBM is taking its banking clients a step closer to cryptocurrency.

US looks to Intel to help it win the supercomputer wars
Published in PC Hardware

Announces $500 million machine

The US is stumping up $500 million in an attempt to beat China in the supercomputer race.

Nvidia releases DIY AI
Published in AI

Jetson Nano

The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia, has released an entry level AI mini-computer for those who like to tinker.

Nvidia brings ray tracing to older cards
Published in News

Just in case you need your rays traced

The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia, is to provide its latest ray-tracing tech to older GeForce GTX 10-series cards.

Pure Storage releases industry AI
Published in AI

With Nvidia inside

 Pure Storage has announced a new range of AI solutions for industries based around Nvidia chips.

Crytek shows Neon Noir real-time raytracing demo
Published in Graphics

Running at 4K 30fps on Radeon Vega 56

Showing that ray-tracing just might not need a dedicated hardware chip, Crytek has released the new Neon Noir tech demo showing real-time ray traced reflections, running at 4K and 30fps on an AMD Radeon Vega 56 GPU.

China dismisses US security claims
Published in News

… As EU negotiates for better access

China has dismissed US security claims against its telecoms equipment maker Huawei as groundless and “abnormal”.

Facebook pulls 1.5 million mass murder videos
Published in News

New Zealand mosque attack live stream shut down

Social notworking site Facebook said it had pulled 1.5 million videos globally of the New Zealand mosque attack in the first 24 hours after the attack.

Apple stole three Qualcomm ideas
Published in News

Told to pay $31 million

Fruity cargo cult Apple’s quest to avoid paying Qualcomm billions in patent royalties has hit an iceberg as a jury has ruled against it.