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Nvidia Is Trying To Make an x86 Chip

s390 Ripped from The Inquirer (420 comments)

PC Authority ripped off this story, word for word, from The Inquirer. The author at The Inquirer, Charlie Demerjian, ought to sue their pants off for copyright infringement.

more than 5 years ago

Novell Pulls Out Their Ace Against SCO

s390 The IBM case won't be going away... (433 comments)

IBM has answered SCO's complaint and lodged several counterclaims against SCO. So, even if *all* SCO's claims against IBM are disposed of before any trial, the lawsuit won't end there. IBM will be entitled to have its counterclaims against SCO adjudicated. And before IBM is done, SCO will be in receivership and quite possibly some people will be facing jail.

more than 10 years ago



DirectX 11 benchmark launched

s390 s390 writes  |  more than 5 years ago

s390 (33540) writes "Enthusiasts, start your engines. The first DirectX 11 benchmark app has arrived and it’s "Heaven". Call it Russia's Unigine beats the competition to the punch. “Heaven” is the app that'll let you measure performance on DirectX 11-specific features such as Hardware Tesselation, SM 5.0, DirectCompute and it even brings along support for ATI’s Eyefinity tech. ... We'll just call it ATIMark for now."
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GlobalFoundries parent ATIC buys Chartered Semi

s390 s390 writes  |  more than 5 years ago

s390 (33540) writes "Abu Dhabi's Advanced Technology Investment Company, LLC (ATIC), one of the parents of AMD's spinoff GlobalFoundries, is buying Chartered Semiconductor.

The $3.9 billion deal includes $1.9 billion in cash and represents a 14.2% premium over Chartered's recent 30-day average share price.

SemiAccurate tells how this deal will be good for both companies."

Failing Nvidia graphics hit 14 Sony laptop models

s390 s390 writes  |  more than 5 years ago

s390 writes "Sony has finally admitted that its Viao notebooks have been failing due to faulty graphics chips supplied by Nvidia. Fourteen (14) Sony Vaio models are affected and are identified in a post at its Club Viao forum. SemiAccurate has the story, including links to earlier coverage of Nvidia's defective graphics chips."
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