Those are not devices you use in the bath
AMD thinks that the future of technology will be immersive devices and software.
Analyst claims RX change was better than Pascal
MKM analyst Ian Ing claims that AMD’s recent gaming refresh was better done than Nvidia’s.
Wants to get Kaby Lake
It is beginning to look like the technology industry has written off 2016 as an annus horribilis and is only thinking about 2017. Microsoft has decided to delay its Surface Pro 5 from late 2016 to 2017 possibly so that it is not cursed.
New platforms not until January
We have been expecting Intel and AMD to release their new generation CPU’s by the end of the year, but now it looks like we will not see them until Janaury.
Mirror's Edge Catalyst support and couple of fixes
Following the launch of EA's new Mirror's Edge Catalyst game, AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.6.1 drivers, which, in addition to optimizations for a couple of games, also bring a couple of bug fixes.
Exclusive: Nvidia snubbed as Apple goes AMD
It looks like Nvidia is not getting a look inside the marketing powerhouse which is the Apple Walled Garden of Delights .
Nvidia is losing ground to the coprocessor
Nvidia might have scored a few wins by touting its GPU’s in the HPC market, but it is starting to lose ground to the co-processor, according to Intel’s Diane Bryant.
May be an optimization issue
On Tuesday, AMD unveiled Radeon RX 480, the first graphics card in its tenth-generation Radeon lineup, based on 14nm FinFET Polaris architecture, and already some critics have claimed that some aspects of the benchmark are not giving an accurate presentation of CrossFireX performance when tested against Nvidia's high-end Geforce GTX 1080.
Polaris 10, available June 29th
Ahead of its evening keynote at Computex 2016, AMD graphics chief Raja Koduri has just introduced what we used to call "Polaris". The company has decided on branding its tenth-generation graphics lineup the Radeon RX 400 Series, beginning first with the Radeon RX 480.
Server follows, then notebook
At the Q and A session after AMD's press conference, company CEO Lisa Su just confirmed that desktop Zen x86 chips are the first products to arrive for consumers. These will be followed by a server lineup, then a notebook lineup.