Chrome’s security bugs are memory safety problems
Published in News


More than 70 percent of them

Most of Chromes serious security bugs are due to memory memory safety problems, the Chromium project said.

British surrender again to the US, this time over Huawei
Published in Network


Because the last time it surrendered to the US, things worked out so well

The National Cyber Security Agency in the UK is expected to conclude that US sanctions against Huawei will make it impossible to use the Chinese company's technology as planned for 5G networks.

Nvidia trains Pacman to beat Pacman
Published in AI


Army of AI managed it

Nvidia built an army of AI routines, dubbed GameGAN (short for "generative adversarial networks"), trained to build a playable Pacman game from scratch.

Software engineers less attractive under AI
Published in AI


Even if they bathe more

The rise of artificial intelligence will make even software engineers less attractive according to tech billionaire boss of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.

Halo 3 beta tested in June
Published in Gaming


Somewhere in the middle

343 Industries has confirmed that public testing of Halo 3 for PC will start in the first half of June.

Torvalds dumps Intel for AMD
Published in News


First time in 15 years

IT’s Mr Sweary Linus Torvalds took time out from his latest version of the Linux kernel to announce he had abandoned Intel after 15 years.

Next-gen consumer GPUs rumored to launch in September
Published in Graphics


From both Nvidia and AMD

According to a report from Digitimes, next-gen consumer graphics cards from both Nvidia and AMD could launch in September.

AMD could be working on desktop Ryzen 3000 refresh SKUs
Published in PC Hardware


The Ryzen 7 3850X and 3750X

According to the latest rumor, AMD could be working on two new refresh SKUs in its Ryzen 3000 desktop lineup, the Ryzen 7 3850X and the Ryzen 7 3700X.

Intel Tiger Lake CPUs can run AAA games
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No discrete GPU required

The integrated graphics in the upcoming Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-U processors could offer twice the performance of Ice Lake making AAA games possible without a dicrete GPU.

Microsoft releases Hyper-V VXHD
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Lets you install Windows 10 as a guest

Microsoft has released a Hyper-V VXHD that lets you install Windows 10 as a guest on your devices for those running Insider builds on ARM64 devices.