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Apple M3 iMac teardown shows minimal internal changes compared to older model

In context: Apple announced its M3-powered 24-inch iMac at its ‘Scary Fast’ event in late October, three years after the launch of the M1 iMac. Externally, the new device looks nearly identical to the last-gen model, but we now know more about its internal design, thanks to a teardown video from iFixit. The M3 iMac […]

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Mod adds AMD FSR 3 frame generation to titles that don’t officially support it

The big picture: A week after AMD published the FSR 3 source code on GPUOpen, modders have predictably started unofficially integrating the company’s frame generation technology into various games. Additionally, it is possible to combine this feature with Nvidia’s DLSS upscaling. Meanwhile, Intel plans to respond to frame generation using a fundamentally different method. A

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Tencent turns to old rival ByteDance to advertise its latest game

Strange bedfellows: Tencent and ByteDance, two of China’s top digital giants, have been legal rivals for years. However, an advertising expenditure analysis shows that the former’s gaming aspirations have taken precedence over any hard feelings as Tencent tries to take on one of 2023’s most popular mobile games. Analysts have observed that most of Tencent’s

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Intel is refining its computing vision and where it sees the PC going

Forward-looking: In an era where it’s clear that PCs still matter, Intel is making a statement about the future of the PC category with the much-anticipated launch of the Core Ultra chip (codenamed “Meteor Lake”). Not surprisingly, the direction is straight towards AI. During Intel’s “AI Everywhere” event in New York City this week, the

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Activision Blizzard, California settle gender discrimination lawsuit for $54M

Why it matters: This is the second largest settlement that the California Civil Rights Department has negotiated and originally it had wanted Activision Blizzard to pay far more. But since the suit was filed two years ago, Activision has taken a number of steps to create a culture of inclusivity and diversity at the company

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Intel CEO argues inference is better for the industry, Nvidia CUDA days are numbered

In context: Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has come out with the bold statement that the industry is better off with inference rather than Nvidia’s CUDA because it is resource-efficient, adapts to changing data without the need to retrain a model and because Nvidia’s moat is “shallow.” But is he right? CUDA is currently the industry

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Meet the REV-9 laptop: a monster with a 64-core CPU, full liquid cooling system, and a desktop RTX 4080

WTF?! If you find raw power is the most important element in a laptop and care little about size, weight, looks, and noise, then the REV-9 could be for you. Its industrial design isn’t going to compete with the Razer Blade when it comes to sleekness, but it does pack a 64-core AMD Epyc CPU,

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