Nvidia releases new driver for Titan Xp
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In the wake of AMD Vega launch

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 385.12 Beta driver which should supposedly bring up to three times more performance to Titan Xp in professional applications.

Bitcoin splits
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So much for financial unity 

Bitcoin has split into two different types after months of debate and development over how the currency would continue to evolve.

Nanya wants to develop 10nm in-house
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Licenses Micron tech to make homemade chips

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that Nanya Technology has licensed 1x and 1y DRAM technologies from Micron Technology as a step towards developing its own 10nm process in-house

Amazon blocks Blu phones
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Sa ba dee da ba daa

Amazon has suspended sales of the ultra cheap Blu phones after a potential security issue appears to have gone on for a little too long .

“Real people” don’t need encryption
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Tory minister thinks it is not for the prols who want to be spied on

UK home secretary Amber Rudd has called on messaging apps like WhatsApp to ditch end-to-end encryption, arguing that it aids terrorists.

Intel warns of evil end-of-the-world tech
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Rewrite your DNA on the fly


John Sotos, the chief medical officer of Intel, has warned that the same technology that might someday allow us to defeat illness unleashes the prospect of tailored diseases attacking individuals, families or even whole races and rewriting their genomes on the fly.

Apple shows how to spin bad news
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Falling profits, lower sales, chinese outlook bleak – press still goes mental

The fruity, tax-dodging, cargo-cult Apple managed to convince the world’s press it was doing ok despite falling iPhone sales, declines in China and a fall in profits by 14.6 percent.

All roads lead to Chrome ad-blocker
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Will not block all ads 

Google's Chrome is set to have its own ad-blocker.

AMD Threadripper 1950X hits 5.2GHz on LN2
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A sign of things to come 

During its Capsaicin event at the Siggraph 2017 show, AMD brought a well-known overclocker Alva Jonathan, who managed to push the new Threadripper 1950X up to almost 5.2GHz on LN2. 

Asus announced pair of standard RX Vega 64 cards
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Custom RX Vega 64 Strix coming in September 

Asus has been one of the first partners that has announced its own Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics cards, including two reference versions, as well as two RX Vega 64 Strix graphics cards that will be available in early September.