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Yesterday, AMD launched the Ryzen 4000 Mobile CPUs already presented at CES 2020. Some notebooks with the brand new chips are already available for order. Initial tests show the flagship Ryzen 9 4900H(S) is a huge leap in performance compared to the last generation. Obviously, with the same [...]
It was a tough affair when Mark Cerny was on the 18th. On March 1, he spent an entire hour on the technical details of the next Sony console. Despite the fact that it was clear that the presentation would be aimed primarily at developers, it left a plenty of bland taste. This was due to the [...]
Update from 26.03.2020 – 14:00 Did the hacker "palesa" possibly unmask himself? In a file, the name Manish Prashanth can be found in the code under the pseudonym "palesa". If you look curiously at LinkedIn, you will find a trained programmer of the same name: . Coincidence [...]
Since the launch, I have used the game for various benchmarks and have also played quite a bit myself, also in order to reach a useful benchmark scene. But the dear time often never lets you play to the end and so Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has remained like many others in the benchmark suite, but [...]
Do you remember "Raider becomes Twix, otherwise nothing changes"? The same is true of dynabook, which operated under this umbrella name before Toshiba's large division and was one of the most popular notebook brands alongside Dell, HP and ThinkPad. After the major break-up of the [...]
Microsoft has warned that attackers are already actively exploiting an unpatched Windows Zero Day vulnerability on fully updated devices. The vulnerability affects devices running Windows 7, 8.1, and Windows 10 equally. "Microsoft has become aware of limited targeted attacks on Windows 7 that [...]
Nvidia today introduces DLSS 2.0, which will bring many interesting changes, significant quality and performance improvements. Even if we only had the verbal information and the corresponding slides available to us for today, the path that Nvidia has taken can be traced quite well. Tests must prove [...]
AMD may provide the technology for the upcoming Microsoft Surface notebook. In detail, a Ryzen 4000 CPU of the 3. generation and a Radeon RX GPU based on the Navigation architecture. The corresponding 3DMark entry was discovered by Rogame (via NotebookCheck) and lists a Microsoft device that is [...]
Almost 12 years ago I once published a small craft project, which now happens to have fallen into my fingers while cleaning up. Funnily enough, the Gnaze still works, because I also ripped out the old PC. Only the batteries of the controller I had to replace, the rest still ran amazingly as then.
Since Google banned Huawei from using Google apps on its new phones, Huawei has worked hard to develop an alternative app ecosystem. The company has teamed up with other Chinese OEMs such as Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo to create a Play Store alternative, and has even provided a whopping billion dollars [...]
Actually, Nvidia has a good laugh, because what Microsoft releases today as DXR 1.1 (DirectX Ray Tracing) makes at least this part the quasi-standard for PCs and consoles to the same extent. None of this is surprisingly new now, given that at the end of October last year you had a post called [...]
The [email protected] project has been using the computing power voluntarily provided by users for years for simulations that help to develop drugs. For current reasons, it has been decided to use computing power for research into the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus in order to search for a cure or a vaccine for [...]
If you are currently looking for a gaming notebook, you should wait a few more weeks to buy the next generation of laptops. This will not only affect the price of older models, but will also give well-heeled users access to unprecedented performance.
Apple has closed all of its retail stores outside Greater China until 27 may due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It was announced on March 1. The company also announced that it has donated 15 million dollars to the global COVID-19 response, doubling employee (voluntary) donations by a ratio of two to [...]
Storage manufacturer Micron today announced the launch of the sampling of selected customers with the industry's first universal flash memory (UFS), which bundles both DDR5 (LPDDR5) DRAM and flash memory on a package (uMCP), creating a lower power consumption. uMCP is primarily intended to be [...]
According to wccftech.com, the first AMD Ryzen 4000 'Renoir' desktop CPUs are obviously already in circulation and one of these copies has now been discovered by the hardware supplier _Rogame. The Ryzen 4000 'Renoir' CPUs (essentially an APU) are based on the 7 nm architecture and [...]
Distributed network attacks are often performed as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which almost always use bot networks, i.e. "zombie PCs" of careless users taken over by malware. This makes a lot of things more difficult, as it is often no longer possible to make a [...]
Windows 10 updates haven't proven to be particularly stable and reliable lately, with users facing problems in almost every cumulative update. Sure, most of these problems only occur separately, but would be somehow great to get a completely error-free update.
In the meantime, it can be said that with the increasing number of corresponding end devices, a fingerprint sensor in the under the display of most flagships as well as some mid-range mobile phones becomes the industry standard. Until now, optical modules such as those found in OnePlus products [...]