And an MM500 mouse pad thrown in for good measure. What's not to like?
An update on the Dark Core, can it pass muster at £100 when equipped with Slipstream technology and greater focus on RGB? We find out.
Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Agree to patent licensing terms.
Saw that coming.
Spins shrinkage as growth.
Warns of difficult quarter ahead, though.
Avera offers what GloFo won't: 7nm.
'Making good progress on 10nm,' company claims.
No firm schedule, though.
Forces AMD to go all-in with TSMC.
IBM alumnus Thomas Caulfield gets the job.
Promises more GPUs, too.
Beats Nvidia, Intel to the punch.
Partners with Samsung, GloFo.
GlobalFoundries to blame.
Production by 2018, skipping 10nm.
Sets it back more than $335 million.
Promises CPUs, GPUs, APUs in 2016.
Continues work with Samsung, GloFo.
16,000 patents, two plants, pile of cash.
No agency involvement, company claims.
$1.5 billion, ten-year deal rumoured.
Possible purchase in the offing.
Goes small and 3D at the same time.
The comeback king looking healthier.
April 7 2020 | 14:00
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