Samsung deleted a tweet warning its users to virus scan their smart TVs. Bad idea. The post Samsung Deletes Tweet Warning Users to Virus-Scan Their Smart TVs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The Atari VCS finally has a release date, but it’s not clear it has a role to play. ‘Raspberry Pi of the living room’ is a tough target to hit. The post With the VCS, Atari Wants to Build a Raspberry Pi for the Living Room appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Wrapping up our E3 coverage, we turn our attention to the various software improvements AMD has promised for its GPUs. Here’s what is coming down the pipe. The post Beyond Hardware: AMD’s Planned Software Improvements For Navi, GCN appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Apple might buy Intel’s modem business. Intel might be looking to sell its modem business after Apple stopped being its customers. What happy coincidence. The post Rumor: Apple Might Buy Intel’s 5G Modem Division appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Ryzen and Navi were the stars of AMD’s E3, but spare a thought for the AM4 socket — and the significant amount of work AMD has done to keep it current without compromising its promise on backward compatibility. The post The Ballad of AM4: How AMD Stretched a CPU Socket From 28nm to 7nm appeared […]
AMD’s new RDNA architecture is a major advancement over and above GCN. If it delivers the improvements AMD has promised, it’ll be the company’s most important GPU launch since 2012. Let’s take a look at what AMD has brought to the table. The post Meet RDNA: AMD’s Long-Awaited New GPU Architecture appeared first on ExtremeTech.
New research indicates the number of planets capable of hosting complex life could be much smaller than we thought. The post Complex Life May Be Much Rarer in the Universe Than Previously Thought appeared first on ExtremeTech.