Rising power consumption concerns appear to be unfounded
GTX 1080 Ti sees 50 percent performance improvement on Vulkan, RX 5700 XT might run better in Linux
Gobs of space, at the expense of portability
Arm gets a slice of the Pi
MSI enters the intensifying 2024 QD-OLED race
While the RTX 3060 cements its position at number one
Portable SSD also features active cooling with spring-loaded chassis
A hot potato: China is willing to fight US restrictions on advanced technology with domestically-produced chip products, and the highly-discussed Loongson CPU line is receiving further confirmation regarding its presumed capabilities when compared to traditional x86 microchips.
Intel's laptop-focused chips are almost here
New e-paper screens and hardware platform to debut next year
US export restrictions could cost Nvidia $5 billion in lost orders, sends share price to 5-month low
Team Green temporarily lost its $1 trillion valuation
How hot is too hot?
Lenovo unites businesses, showcases AI strategy
Clearly beating mobile x86 processors in performance and efficiency, but Apple remains ahead
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Could some of these elements appear in the Switch 2?
Why it matters: Five years ago there were only two companies that made CPUs, today there are a dozen. Most of the new entrants went after the big, profitable data center market, but now competitors are coming for PCs. Nvidia and AMD are reportedly preparing Arm-based CPUs for PCs. With Microsoft opening up the market for Arm laptop CPUs, this spells bad news for Qualcomm today, and potentially bad news for Intel over the very long term.
XeSS upscaling could make recent AAA games playable in 1080p on iGPUs
Explaining why Pascal and RDNA 1 can't really play the game
Pour one out for PS5 scalpers
But he's happy for Intel Foundry Services to manufacture Arm chips
SSDs, batteries, and more