MSI and Palit Geforce RTX 2080/2080 Ti smile for the camera
Published in Graphics

GPU and PCB pictured, pre-orders on Monday

Nvidia was quite good in keeping a secret about both the naming scheme as well as all other details regarding its upcoming Geforce launch, at least until now, as pictures of both MSI and Palit Geforce RTX 2080/2080 Ti have now leaked online.

Nvidia reports revenue of $3.12 billion in Q2 FY19
Published in News

Growth across all departments

Nvidia has released its financial report for the second quarter of fiscal 2019, reporting revenues of  $3.12 billion, as well as growth in revenue from every department in the company.

ARM notebook future leans on 5G
Published in Mobiles

Always connected at 7nm and 5nm

ARM has already shared with the press and analyst that the company expects to ship Cortex A76 based products in both 10 and 7nm in late 2018/early 2019, but now it has disclosed a few more details about its 7nm Deimos and 7/5nm Hercules parts.

Intel's 9th gen Core K-series CPUs will have soldered IHS
Published in PC Hardware

At least some of them

According to a set of fresh Intel slides that have shown up online, it appears that Intel will finally switch to soldered IHS on its upcoming 9th generation Coffee Lake-S Refresh CPUs.

Tesla accused of spying on employees
Published in News

And allowing drugs cartels to operate in their plants

An employee fired from Tesla Nevada battery factory filed a whistleblower complaint with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Chinese homegrown browser is a Chrome clone
Published in News

Redcore borrows significantly from Google but it is not plagiarism

Redcore, a Chinese start-up that claims to have produced a homegrown browser used by key government bodies and state-run companies, has come under fire after users discovered its software was heavily based on Google's Chrome.

Aussie teen made a mockery of Apple’s security
Published in Network

Former penal colony kid wanted to work for the company

A Melbourne schoolboy who repeatedly broke into Apple’s secure computer systems is facing criminal charges after the technology giant called in the FBI.

AI could disrupt the financial system
Published in AI

World Economic Forum thinkers concerned

AI will reshape the world of finance over the next decade or so by automating investing and other services -- but it could also introduce troubling systematic weaknesses and risks.

Switch has a secret VR mode
Published in Gaming

Hackers might have activated it

Hackers have uncovered and tested a screen-splitting "VR Mode" that has been buried in the Switch's system-level firmware for over a year.

Apple Empire meets its Manzikert
Published in Mobiles

IPhone gets the works

It takes a lot for us to agree with Turkish strongman Tayyip Erdogan, but it seems in the midst of his war with America he has made a sane move – he has told his people not to use the iPhone.