Subject: Editorial | April 6, 2011 - 09:30 PM | Ryan Shrout
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Subject: Editorial | March 16, 2011 - 11:30 AM | Ryan Shrout
It is that time of year again as the nation (and maybe the world) prepares for the madness that is March and the NCAA basketball tournament! As we have done in previous years, we are setting up a bracket competition through CBSSports.com that will result in endless fun and of course some prizes for our readers!
Don't get too enamoured with your fancy, long term plans...
Process technology is hard. It only seems like Intel can get it right, and it can only do it right because it has more money and more Fab space than anyone else in the world. For guys like AMD and NVIDIA, they are at the mercy of lower funded 3rd party Fabs who struggle to keep up with the giant. Sometimes their delays hit the bottom lines of their customers... like what is happening today.
Looking Pretty Spry... Considering it was Stillborn
Rumors of BFG Tech attempting to move over to AMD production after an apparent split with NVIDIA have been swirling for months now. Today, we received proof that this partnership almost sprang wings. Come see the first pictures of the BFG Tech Radeon HD 5750, may it rest in peace.
Subject: Editorial | July 30, 2010 - 11:56 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Not everyone is willing to dump $100 or so on a gaming mouse, especially if they have been using a cheaper one their whole lives and have never tried a higher end mouse. Razer is looking to tempt that crowd with the Abyssus which uses the same sensor as the more expensive DeathAdder 3G. It only sports a pair of buttons along with a scroll wheel/button but is designed to be equally comfortable for left handed users as well as right handed on
When is a Profit not a Profit?
AMD recently released their quarterly financial reports, and things were pretty stellar for the company as compared to previous performances. Questions were raised though about their competitiveness in the CPU market with Intel starting to churn out significant numbers of 32 nm parts. We look at their past performance, their current standing, and where they sit when looking towards the future.
About... Damn... Time
AMD has had a stranglehold on the DX11 market, but with Fermi NVIDIA has seemingly loosened the grip. Today's Dirt takes a look at what prices have done for the past 9 months, and what kind of chain reaction we expect to see this month.
Subject: Editorial | June 29, 2010 - 11:57 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Back in the 1950's Russell Kirsch was working as a scientist at the National Bureau of Standards and figured out a way to scan a picture of his infant son into the experimental computer (SEAC) that he was working with into a 176 by 176 grid of black and white squares. He now apologizes for that, as that action contributed to the birth of the square pixel we all know and try to antialias out of existence. He is now working with a technique to overlay a grid of 6 pixels a