Fun historical fact for AMD fanboys
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Nvidia's Nemesis

Fudzilla’s historical research team came across a fun fact about one of the leading GPU companies over the weekend which is an oldie but a goodie.

EU watchdog sinks its teeth into Google
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Stop paying smartphone makers to preinstall Google search

EU anti-trust watchdogs are set to rip a patch out of Google’s bottom line by insisting the outfit stop paying smartphone makers to pre-install Google Search exclusively on their devices.

Yahoo develops AI anti-porn technology
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Skynet gets Smut algorithm

Troubled search engine outfit Yahoo has been spending its money developing an algorithm which can spot porn at 20 paces.

Pro-Trump hackers try to silence the press
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Bury bad news under a denial of service attack

It seems that there is a crew of hackers which is determined to keep bad news about the orange misogynist tax-dodger out of the press.

California allows cars without human drivers
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No-one is better than some of our drivers, so let's use no-one

California has become the first US state to allow the testing of automatic cars without a driver behind the wheel.

Apple nicked Facetime tech
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Deep in the heart of Texas

A US jury has told the fruity tax dodger Apple that Steve Jobs did not invent some key features of its Facetime and it needs to pay the "inventor" $302 million in damages.

Nvidia automotive won't revive modems
Published in Mobiles


It will leave connectivity to others

Jensen sparked our imagination by mentioning that a self-driving car will have a SoC or a small computer inside a car that will essentially talk with the cloud, and share the information with the system.

iPhone 7s in Dutch Apple store are all Intel machines
Published in Mobiles


7 Plus too

Fudzilla went to the GPU Technology conference in Amsterdam and our travels took us to the Apple shop in The Hague. Of course we wanted to take a look at the latest non 3.5 inch iPhone 7 phones, and imagine our surprise to learn that all of them were based on Intel stuff.

Nvidia has shipped a few DXG 1 systems
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At least five are deployed in Europe

We've had confirmation that at least five super expensive, 170 TeraFlops servers with eight P100 cards, each having a 16GB HBM 2, two Xeon processors, 512 GB RAM memory have been reaching its customers.

Armenian trade show is just the startup ticket
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Augmented reality and the rest

Last week I took the time to go to an IT trade show in Yerevan, Armenia and it almost brought tears to the eyes of a hardened cynical journalist. If you can believe that - and I know you won’t - here's some evidence to put you under my spell.