Gotta blame someone
UK PM Theresa May has failed to notice that bringing out too many unpopular policies can make even an unelectable leftie like Jeremy Corban look viable.
Updated: Microsoft and Qualcomm chastened by four decades of product cycles
For nearly forty years, Intel has enjoyed a PC market dominated by its x86 intellectual property and has enjoyed near unanimous enforcement as it chooses. When competitors like Microsoft and Snapdragon begin to show plans of bringing x86 support to ARM-based silicon, however, Chipzilla shows no signs of letting down its posturing as it evaluates the broader notebook and entry-level desktop markets.
Game Ready driver for DiRT 4 and Nex Machina
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 382.53 WHQL-certified Game Ready driver which brings "optimal experience" for upcoming DiRT 4 and Nex Machina games as well as adding a couple of new or updated SLI and 3D Vision profiles and fixes several bugs.
27- and 32-inch CHG70 and 49-inch CHG90
Samsung has jumped on the AMD FreeSync 2 bandwagon with a total of three monitors, the CHG70 series, which will be available in 27-inch and 32-inch versions and the massive 49-inch CHG90 series monitor.
Fuji Keizai claims 90 percent will be connected by 2035
Demand for connected cars has been rising and the type of vehicles are expected to account for 29.1 percent of overall car shipments in 2017 and by 2035, according to beancounters at Fuji Keizai.
Two companies added to AI plans
After getting its paws on ARM, Softbank is still growing and has written a cheque for two firms that build walking robots from Google's parent company, Alphabet.