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Thoughts On Intel’s Marketed 9th-gen Core Gaming Performance

by Rob Williams on October 10, 2018 in Editorials & Interviews

It sometimes feels like that no launch can take place nowadays without major controversy of some sort creeping up. The latest case of this is with Intel’s 9th-gen Core series launch. At the event, and on its website, Intel quotes performance numbers that were gathered through questionable testing practices. Let’s explore what’s going on here.

Turner Whitted

The Path To Real-Time Ray Tracing: Q&A With J. Turner Whitted – Creator Of Graphical Ray Tracing

by Jamie Fletcher on August 1, 2018 in Editorials & Interviews

With the release of DirectX Raytracing and NVIDIA’s RTX API, it’s time we took a look at the history behind ray tracing, and how it came about. With SIGGRAPH just around the corner, we speak to Turner Whitted, who used his knowledge of sonar to pioneer ray tracing as a method for rendering computer graphics back in 1979.

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A Problem With Jaxx Cryptocurrency Wallet Security

by Rob Williams on February 19, 2018 in Editorials & Interviews, Security

Jumping into the cryptocurrency world can feel overwhelming; there’s a lot to learn, and unfortunately, some lessons come late. Sometimes, it can be due to not knowing what you’re doing, but other times, weak security is to blame. We’re going to explore an example of the latter here, with the help of our formally favorite crypto wallet.

Qualcomm Snapdragon Powering Windows 10 Notebook Feature

Qualcomm’s Disruptive Technologies – 5G Gigabit LTE And The Return Of ARM-Based Windows PCs

by Jamie Fletcher and Rob Williams on December 5, 2017 in Editorials & Interviews, Trade Shows

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Tech Summit is in full swing on Hawaii, and we get early access to some interesting and potentially disruptive devices coming to the market. While 5G gigabit LTE Internet will have quite a few people salivating, it’s the Windows 10 notebooks powered by Snapdragon 835 SoCs that have our attention. We took a look at some prototypes from ASUS and HP and see what the future holds for Microsoft.

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Black Friday 2017 Specials On The Tech You Crave

by Jamie Fletcher on November 24, 2017 in Editorials & Interviews, Graphics & Displays, Miscellaneous

Looking for deals on a new-build? Perhaps replacing some old for new? Want to keep that tech-lover in your life happy? Black Friday is your last chance to get those orders in before the year ends and festivities begins. While SSDs, Memory and GPU prices are at all-time highs, there are still a number of deals to be had.

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