Still jolly tricky
AMD has released patches for Meltdown and Spectre security holes alongside Microsoft's latest Windows 10 updates.
Possible refresh or just OEM models
AMD is apparently gearing up for its latest refresh as Radeon RX 500X series product pages have been spotted on its own site.
Matthew Zielinski, President and SVP
This happened over a month ago but I noticed recently that the former Corporate VP and President of Global sales MNC at AMD departed to do the same for job for Lenovo. This might be the biggest sales loss since John Byrne went to become the President of Sales at Dell.
That all stays with Intel
There is an unfortunate story behind Ryzen Mobile. The chip has launched and in many cases it competes well against Intel’s solution. Still, OEMs aren't flocking in their droves to announcw significant design wins. This won't change anytime soon.
Will work with Unity's GPU Progressive Lightmapper
According to an announcement over at Unity, AMD's Radeon Rays will be integrated with Unity's GPU Progressive Lightmapper, and, surprise, it is open source, has cross-platform support, and it's free.
With the entire Radeon RX 500 series lineup
We have already seen teasers for ASRock's venture into the graphics card market and the company has now officially announced its first Radeon RX 500 series graphics cards that will be a part of its Phantom Gaming lineup.
One to have for Far Cry 5
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.3.4 driver which brings day-one support for the Far Cry 5 game as well as fixing some earlier problems.
Susquehanna Financial warns about the rise of Bitmain's bitmining chips
Susquehanna Financial has warned that AMD and Nvidia are about to lose a big chunk of the cash that they have been making from crypto-miners.
So it probably was a dodgy short-selling move
Last week AMD was hit by claims that its chips had a security flaw which would take years to fix, however it is starting to look like the security outfit which identified the flaws was singling out the chipmaker.
Comments did not have our blessing
MSI Gaming has gone into damage control mode after its official Facebook page for India waded into AMD Radeon graphics cards, saying that "Nvidia currently are ahead in the GPU experience" and suggesting the competition is sub-par.