Robots will soon commit more crime than anyone else
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By 2040 they will be the best criminals

Boffins have been shuffling their electronic tarot cards and reached the conclusion that by 2040 the people committing the most crimes will be robots.

IBM rolls out Power8 processer
Published in Processors

New servers with OpenPower

IBM has rolled out its new Power8 processor which provides servers with OpenPower features.

iPhone 7 in pricing shock
Published in Mobiles

Apple gets revenge on EU by cutting off its nose to spite its face

The fruity tax dodger Apple is taking out a weird revenge on Europe for making it pay tax – it is forcing European fanboys to pay more for its iPhone 7s.

TSMC to begin 7nm volume production in Q1 2018
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Significantly higher costs to develop smaller chip packages

According to senior officials at TSMC during the Semicon expo in Taiwan this week, the chip fabrication giant is on track to begin volume production on its 7nm process node in Q1 2018.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets a new patch
Published in Games

Brings DirectX 12 support and some fixes

Nixxes has now released an official PC patch for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided which fixes some critical bugs as well as bringing DirectX 12 support for new GPUs.

AMD releases new Radeon Software 16.9.1 drivers
Published in Graphics

Optimizations for DX12 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.9.1 drivers which bring optimizations for the newly released DirectX 12 patch for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided as well as a new DOTA 2 Crossfire profile and few minor fixes.

Inno3D announces GTX 1080 iChill Black Edition
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With a hybrid cooling system

Inno3D has unveiled yet another Geforce GTX 1080 series graphics card, this time with a custom liquid+air hybrid cooling system and a high factory-overclock.

Intel releases new HD Graphics package
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Adds unify colours

Chipzilla has released a new version of its HD Graphics package.

Apple accused of killing civilisation
Published in News

Stephen Fry and I finally start agreeing again

Apple’s number one British fanboy, next to Chris Martin, has suddenly waded into his favourite company over its tax dodging antics at the sidelines of its iPhone 7 launch.

McAfee puts spanner into Intel’s sell off
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I didn’t sell you my name

Industry colourful character John McAfee might be getting ready to put a spanner in the works of Intel’s multi-billion dollar spin off of its security business.