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Flip Grip takes vertical Switch gaming on the go
— 11:34 AM on June 22, 2018

Video game merch site Fangamer has a new Kickstarter going. Yeah, we know, yet another video gaming Kickstarter. Fangamer has a good track...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming Game consoles

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Asus tweets the deets on the Kaby Lake-powered Chromebox 3
— 10:47 AM on June 21, 2018

Google's Chrome OS started out as nothing more than a browser running on top of a stripped-down Linux installation. Over time, the search giant has...

Type: News story Tags: Systems Internet Operating systems

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Oak Ridge National Labs, IBM, and Nvidia birth Summit supercomputer
— 2:30 PM on June 11, 2018

Oak Ridge National Laboratories has a new supercomputer built with bleeding-edge silicon from IBM and Nvidia. The lab and the system's maker claim the...

Type: News story Tags: Servers

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Samsung brings FreeSync to its 2018 TV lineup
— 9:00 AM on June 6, 2018

The rumors were true: Samsung is bringing FreeSync to its TVs. AMD and Samsung jointly announced the upgrade yesterday, and it applies to...

Type: News story Tags: Displays Gaming Game consoles

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NGD Systems introduces 16-TB Catalina 2 SSDs powered by ARM cores
— 3:33 PM on June 1, 2018

Hard drives and SSDs have always had logic chips. Spinning platters and moving heads in hard drives need some smarts to keep them from smashing...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Software Servers

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Microsoft Adaptive Controller ensures anyone can be a gamer
— 11:04 AM on May 18, 2018

You might think that video gaming would be one of the hobbies most suited for those with physical disabilities. Unfortunately, that's not really the case. Operating...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices Gaming Game consoles

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Intel Xeon Scalable 6138P is its first shipping CPU with an FPGA on board
— 5:44 AM on May 17, 2018

Intel announced that its first Xeon Scalable processor with an integrated FPGA is being made available to select customers. The Xeon Scalable 6138P includes...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Servers

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Sega goes retro with the Mega Drive Mini
— 9:16 AM on April 16, 2018

Were you a Ninten-nerd or a Gene-goob? Sega has been out of the gaming hardware market since 2001, but back when I was in school...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming Game consoles

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Dell EMC and Fujitsu will put Intel FPGA accelerator cards in turn-key servers
— 10:23 AM on April 11, 2018

GPUs aren't the only kinds of compute accelerators finding their way into servers these days. Field-programmable gate arrays, or FPGAs, help bridge the gap between...

Type: News story Tags: Servers

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Wednesday deals: a RAM-and-SSD combo, displays, and more
— 1:48 PM on April 4, 2018

Good afternoon, gerbils. We're still reeling from Intel's simultaneous release of its eighth-gen mobile and desktop CPUs and consumer chipsets. But as they...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards Multimedia Displays Memory Game consoles

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Cloudflare launches a privacy-first DNS at 1.1.1.1
— 9:00 AM on April 2, 2018

Which Domain Name System provider are you using, gerbils? Most folks are relying on the Domain Name Service (DNS) offered by their internet provider, although...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Networking

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Gigabyte G190-G30 server lets you stuff four Teslas in 1U
— 10:30 AM on March 29, 2018

Once upon a time, building a server for high-performance computing meant finding a motherboard with as many CPU sockets and memory slots as possible and...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Servers

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Toshiba shows off CD5, XD5, and HK6-DC SSDs and KumoScale software
— 10:53 AM on March 21, 2018

Although we figure the majority of our readers are micro-computer enthusiasts, we know that there are more than a few gerbils out there knee-deep in...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Software Servers

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AMD says CTS Labs vulnerabilities can be patched with new firmware
— 5:46 PM on March 20, 2018

Amid the tumult that CTS Labs stirred up with its questionably-conducted disclosure of a range of potential vulnerabilities in AMD hardware last week,...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards Servers

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The Ataribox name is dead—long live the Atari VCS
— 5:00 PM on March 20, 2018

Remember the Ataribox retro console? Well, it's not called that anymore. Yesterday, Atari revealed that its upcoming game system will be called the

Type: News story Tags: Multimedia Game consoles

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Nimbus Data's ExaDrive DC100 SSD is as roomy as they come
— 1:20 PM on March 19, 2018

When SSDs started to show up in PC build guides for enthusiasts, the first question on my mind was "why are they 2.5" drives?" As...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers

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Google primed to kick crypto-currencies off its advertising network
— 3:45 PM on March 14, 2018

It's no secret that Google makes most of its money on advertising. Heck, some of our own ads are served through Google's networks. Due to...

Type: News story Tags: Internet

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Report: CTS Labs has proof-of-concept code for AMD vulnerabilities
— 1:30 PM on March 14, 2018

As you may have heard, a group calling itself CTS Labs yesterday revealed what it claims are no less than 13 security vulnerabilities in...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Systems Servers Workstations

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