Monthly Archives: January, 2020
USB-C is expected to become the new standard when the legislation goes into effect in July. It isn't clear how Apple's Lightning connector will be affected, if at all.
Samsung has been in active talks with Microsoft about bringing ultrawide monitor support to the Xbox. "pushing" it to adopt wider aspect ratios such as 21:9 and 32:9.
"Big Red 200" already comprises 672 dual-socket nodes powered by AMD's 64C/128T EPYC 7742 processors, which equates to 86,016 cores and 172,032 threads.
Gamers love to complain about microtransactions, but they're a huge part of the problem. EA continues to earn big bucks from MTX features, such as FIFA 20's Ultimate Team.
In a financial results briefing for the fiscal year, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa confirmed that there would be no new Switch model released in 2020.
Respawn's action-adventure is expected to sell 10 million copies by March, which confirms that there's plenty of interest in single-player, story-driven titles.
The cloud-gaming service lets subscribers play their libraries from anywhere in the world by tapping into NVIDIA's high-performance PCs.
Electronic Arts held its Q3 2020 earnings conference today. In it they covered financials along with plans for their fiscal year 2021. It seems that they plan to release 14 games from April 1st to March 31st, 2021.
GMC has decided to resurrect the gas-guzzling, environment-killing Hummer, but this time, it's an electric vehicle with "zero emissions and zero limits."