Polaris in June
Published in Graphics
08 April 2016

Polaris in June

New rumours

If the dark satanic rumour mill is correct AMD’s next-generation graphics cards may in the shops in June.

Apple says it does not need Imagination
Published in Graphics

Kicked the tires, not interested

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that it does not need any Imagination.

Imagination cuts more jobs
Published in Processors

The cost of being an Apple supplier

Imagination technology, which has the misfortune of being an Apple supplier is in a bit of trouble now that the fruity cargo cult is not doing so well.

AMD profits still a long way off
Published in Processors

Revenue expected to be at least 10 per cent down

AMD is expected to tonight announce that its fourth quarter revenues are down 10 per cent as the outfit continues to try to turn its fortunes around.

Star Wars Force is with Nvidia
Published in Graphics

Success is thumbs up for chipmaker

Star Wars is cleaning up the pre-Christmas theatre but it appears that behind the scenes the dark side is cheering.

AMD moves pre-Graphics Core Next to legacy status
Published in Graphics

Bye-bye VLIW5 and VLIW4 architectures

AMD has said that that video cards based on the company’s architectures have been moved to legacy status.

Linux update brings Skylake
Published in Processors

Reworked Nvidia support

The new stable Linux kernel is out there supporting Intel’s Skylake and a reworked open source support platform for Nvidia graphics cards.

Nintendo signs up for AMD in latest model
Published in Processors

Now AMD has the full set

The last of the console makers is ready to sign up to AMD chips, according to the latest rumour 

Asus comes up with automated GPU machine
Published in Processors

Made by Robots

Asus has come up with a new fully automated graphics card production method.