Nvidia failed to disclose that a significant portion of its revenue during 2018 came from customers mining the volatile Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency, and paid a $5.5 million fine to settle charges.
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AMD reported record revenues for the first quarter of 2022, largely shrugging off concerns of chip shortages that have worried companies like Intel and Microsoft.
AMD said Tuesday afternoon that it has added a new mobile gaming CPU, Dragon Range, which will join "Raphael" and "Phoenix" as its first Zen 4 processors.
Devices using Qualcomm's Nuvia chips for PCs and phones are expected in late 2023 with the vendor claims is still consistent with its original roadmap.
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The tip top of AMD's Ryzen 6000 Pro laptop crop is coming with more features, more power, and amazing battery life.
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AMD broadened the number of benchmarks it provided to justify its claim that the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is the world's fastest gaming processor.
Intel's discrete graphics debuted today in laptop form, but the company also teased an Arc Limited Edition desktop graphics card coming this summer.
Watch out, Nvidia and AMD. The graphics race is a three-way fight now that Intel's long-anticipated Arc GPUs are here, albeit in laptop form first.
Intel launched the Core i9-12900KS out of the blue this morning, hitting a blazing-fast 5.5GHz Turbo Boost. Game on, Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
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