From other online gamers
More than 70 percent of online gamers have experienced some form of harassment, according to a survey released from the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Technology and Society.
Snapdragon 855 Plus phone comes July 23
The Snapdragon 855 Plus phone era is starting on the July 27th with the launch of the Asus ROG Phone II.
Snapdragon 855 Plus based
Qualcomm just announced the Snapdragon 855 Plus that features 15 percent faster GPU, and Asus just announced its first ROG Phone II.
Gaming phones and VR target
Qualcomm has decided to announce an updated version of its flagship Snapdragon 855 7nm chip. It is simply called Snapdragon 855 Plus. The CPU is about four percent faster while the GPU gets a saucy 15 percent boost. It is clear that gaming phone manufacturers and VR enthusiast platform builders will be all over it.
Content and comms pay off
The global video and electronic games market will generate $152.1 billion in 2019, up 9.6 percent over last year.
Gaming memory and high-speed SSD
Taipei_Today Team Group has released three new products from the T-force gaming series.
HDR10/HDR10+ Tone Mapping, smooth gaming
Pixelworks recently scored a strategic agreement with HDM Nokia and just days before MWC the company announced its 5th generation Iris. Now, the company announced its next generation power efficient premier processor for mobile devices.
Same look and feel with modern sensor
Showing that it really listens to its community, Logitech has resurrected the legendary MX518 gaming mouse, using the same design as the original but updating it with the latest HERO 16K sensor and more.
AMD cannot challenge this
It will be extremely hard and almost impossible for AMD to stay relevant in performance and high end gaming. With the introduction of Geforce Turing based 20 series RTX cards, Nvidia is putting in place a hard to reach distance between AMD Radeon graphics and Geforce. When we say Nvidia will rule high end in 2019, we of course mean the rest of 2018 too.
From the same E3 demo
Electronic Arts and Bioware have released a new 20-minute gameplay trailer for the upcoming Anthem game, showing more details with some of the features explained by the game's lead producer, Ben Irving.