Toshiba goes it alone on Fab 6
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Got no friends any more

Toshiba has said that it will start construction of its Fab 6 in Japan's Mie prefecture without the help of any of its usual suspects of partners.

Coffee Lake needs a new motherboard
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ASRock confirms it

ASRock tweeted from its official account that Intel's forthcoming Coffee Lake processors will not work with existing 200-series motherboards.

Man uses DDoS attacks to censor news he didn’t like
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No he was not an AMD, Nvidia, Intel or Apple fanboy

A 32-year-old Seattle man is in hot water after claims he launched a DDoS attack on a US-based legal services website to force it to remove a link about his past criminal conduct.

Noctua releases three AMD Threadripper and EPYC coolers
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Proper base for the TR4 and SP3 sockets

Noctua has unveiled three CPU coolers that have a proper design to cool AMD's new massive Ryzen Threadripper and EPYC series CPUs on TR4 and SP3 sockets, the NH-U14S TR4-SP3, NH-U12S TR4-SP3 and the NH-U9 TR4-SP3.

AMD confirms Threadripper TDP and cache size
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For Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X

AMD has updated its official CPU price list, thus confirming the TDP and the amount of cache for its two upcoming Ryzen Threadripper CPUs launching on August 10th.

EKWB announces its AMD Vega water blocks
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For Vega FE, RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56

EK Water Blocks has announced its newest full-cover single-slot EK-FC Radeon Vega water block which should support both the recently launch Radeon Vega Frontier Edition as well as the upcoming Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 graphics cards.

AMD delayed Vega to ramp up volume
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At least that is what the company is saying

It appears that AMD has previously delayed the launch of its Vega GPU in order to have good volumes at launch.

Tesla installs camera inside car
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What does it hope to learn about the driver?

The car maker Tesla might be finding itself in hot water after installing a camera inside the car to monitor the driver.

IBM and Sony spruce up magnetic tape
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Storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch

IBM and Sony boffins have emerged from their smoke filled labs with a new magnetic tape system capable of storing 201 gigabits of data per square inch.

Symantec's bottom line improves
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Raises revenue forecast

Maker of the somewhat clunky Norton software, Symantec raised its full-year adjusted revenue forecast above what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.