Daily Archives: Feb 4, 2020

VMware Updates per-CPU Pricing Model: AMD’s 64-Core EPYC Chips Now Require Two Licenses

VMware could be getting more expensive for some customers. CPUs with 64 cores now require two licenses instead of just one, while a pair of 64-core chips will require four licenses.

Disney Announces Release Date for The Mandalorian S2, Potential Spin-Off Series Teased

Bob Iger also revealed the dates for Marvel's WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. These will debut in December and August of this year, respectively.

AMD’s Mid-Range Chipset Is Getting Closer: GIGABYTE B550 Motherboards Spotted at ECC

The manufacturer is prepping at least twelve mid-ranged Ryzen motherboards, which comprise models in the flagship AORUS line and lower-range GAMING series.

Sony Launches Official PlayStation 5 Site, but Remains Undecided on the Console’s Price

Some believe that Sony is waiting for Microsoft to make the first move. The Xbox Series X was unveiled in December, but no price was given.

NVIDIA Launches Cloud-Gaming Service GeForce NOW with Ray-Tracing “Founders” Tier

The cloud-gaming service is now available to any and all gamers who'd like to piggy-back off of NVIDIA's powerful machines and play their libraries from anywhere in the world.

Nintendo Planning a Longer Life Cycle for Switch Console Line

Nintendo proved once again with the Switch that they continue to have ideas about new directions for console gaming. Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa recently spent time speaking with investors regarding the company's future.