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  • New Tendencies in PCs Which will be Seen in 2018

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    New Tendencies in PCs Which will be Seen in 2018

    The world of the PCs, which has been living for quite a few years on earnings from its golden age of the past decade, is suffering a notable transformation in a very short period of time. When we talk about PCs, we are now not only talking about desktop computers, when all is said and done. Also included are laptop units, All in One units and desktop or gaming units.

    The difference now between PCs and non PCs is the operating system which the unit uses, whether it is Windows, Chrome, OS, Linux or Mac on one side, or Android or iOS on the other. The division based on the type of processor used, whether one with x86 architecture or ARM architecture, will not be used any more, as we will see farther on.

    It isn't the plan here to get too technical, but it is enough to say that the architecture of a processor defines what type of code it can interpret and execute. Programs, including operating systems, consist of instructions which are executed in the unit's processor....
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  • Oculus Announces Partnership with PC Manufacturers for Sub $1,000 'Oculus Ready' PCs

    Today at Oculus Connect, VP of Product Nate Mitchell announced that their company will be partnering with various PC manufacturers to bring "Oculus Ready" PCs priced at under $1,000 (USD).

    So far, Oculus revealed that they have set up partnerships with Nvidia, Asus,Alienware, Dell, AMD, and Intel. All "Oculus Ready" computers will ship with a special tag (seen below) to show that it meets the requirements to handle virtual reality adequately.

    The very minimum specs required for Oculus are an Nvidia GTX 970 or equivalent AMD GPU. More concrete requirements will undoubtedly be revealed as the 2016 launch near...
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  • Oculus Announces Partnership with PC Manufacturers for Sub $1,000 'Oculus Ready' PCs

    Today at Oculus Connect, VP of Product Nate Mitchell announced that their company will be partnering with various PC manufacturers to bring "Oculus...
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  • Razer Announces a New RealSense Camera for VR and Game Streamers

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    Razer Announces a New RealSense Camera for VR and Game Streamers

    Razer and Intel are teaming up to bring the world a new RealSense powered VR-enabled camera. This camera will, as indicated, have a home with those using virtual reality products, such as Razer's own OSVR tech, as well as those who are in the business of streaming games on a regular basis.
    With Intel RealSense technology incorporated into a new Razer product design, users can expect to enjoy significantly enhanced game broadcasting and VR gaming capabilities. Among the novel features of this technology is automatic background removal, which allows game streamers and video conferencing users to remove or replace
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  • Razer Announces a New RealSense Camera for VR and Game Streamers

    Razer and Intel are teaming up to bring the world a new RealSense powered VR-enabled camera. This camera will, as indicated, have a home with...
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  • Intel Takes a Stand Against Gamergate to the Tune of a $300 Million Campaign for Diversity in Tech

    During Intel's keynote today at CES 2015, the company pledged to spend $300 million over the next five years to improve diversity in the tech industry. This campaign aims to address the issues of underrepresentation of women in the industry as well as minorities. This includes working with groups such as the ESL, IGDA, Girls Who Code, Feminst Frequency, and more.

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich alluded to issues facing the tech industry over the past year, including Gamergate, as some of the main reasons they're making this strong push.
    "Intel believes men and women should be treated the same. And, diversity is an integral part
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  • Intel Takes a Stand Against Gamergate to the Tune of a $300 Million Campaign for Diversity in Tech

    During Intel's keynote today at CES 2015, the company pledged to spend $300 million over the next five years to improve diversity in the tech...
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  • Intel Resumes Advertising on Gamasutra Much to the Dismay of GamerGate

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    Intel Resumes Advertising on Gamasutra Much to the Dismay of GamerGate

    Intel has gone back on its rather rash decision to pull advertising from the game industry site, Gamasutra. They resumed advertising about a day ago and even noted the importance of the site's audience to its own community. Intel had initially pulled advertising from Gamasutra following pressure from one of the many spam mail campaigns by Gamergate supporters. This is where they sent multiple emails (usually more than one from the same person, or many from a number of fake accounts they set up) to Intel to try painting Gamasutra in a bad light. This was all due to Gamasutra publicly posting articles that Gamergate did not agree with. However, after more sensi...
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  • Intel Resumes Advertising on Gamasutra Much to the Dismay of GamerGate

    Intel has gone back on its rather rash decision to pull advertising from the game industry site, Gamasutra. They resumed advertising about a day...
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  • Intel Pulls Ads from Gamasutra Following Complaint Campaign by #GamerGate Supporters

    Intel has confirmed that they have pulled ads from gaming news site, Gamasutra, following a targeted pressure campaign from #GamerGate supporters. Bill Calder, an Intel spokesperson confirmed the news to Re/code.
    "Intel has pulled its advertising from website Gamasutra. We take feedback from our customers very seriously especially as it relates to contextually relevant content and placements."

    Yesterday, Gamasutra also confirmed the events that transpired.

    As noted, Intel was reportedly "flooded" with complaints from #GamerGate supporters who have constantly taken offense to Leigh Alexander's "'Gamers' d...
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  • Intel Pulls Ads from Gamasutra Following Complaint Campaign by #GamerGate Supporters

    Intel has confirmed that they have pulled ads from gaming news site, Gamasutra, following a targeted pressure campaign from #GamerGate supporters. Bill...
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  • DirectX 12 to Debut at GDC 2014

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    DirectX 12 to Debut at GDC 2014

    On March 20, 2014 at 10AM, DirectX 12 will be revealed at GDC. There really isn't much to go on right now outside of a very green DirectX 12 landing page on the MSDN website.

    Interestingly, the notable logos on the page show the usual suspects of AMD, Nvidia, and even Intel. The real interesting one is Qualcomm Snapdragon, meaning that DirectX 12 might have a big focus on future mobile devices.

    It will be interesting to see if DirectX 12 requires all new hardware and/or a whole new operating system (Windows 9) just to be used....
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    DirectX 12 to Debut at GDC 2014

    On March 20, 2014 at 10AM, DirectX 12 will be revealed at GDC. There really isn't much to go on right now outside of a very green DirectX 12...
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  • $250,000 Community-Funded Prize Pool Revealed for 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship

    Valve has just revealed that a $250,000 prize pool put together by the community is up for grabs at the 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship. The event is also being sponsored in part by Intel and Asus.
    Taking place inside the famous Spodek indoor stadium at the IEM in Katowice, the upcoming CS:GO tournament will follow the progress of DreamHack Winter 2013's eight quarter-finalists, who will be joined by eight qualifying teams from ESL's EMS One Online Qualifiers. The event's matches will be streamed live via continuous high-quality coverage provided by ESL, with the championship match showcased on the Intel Extreme
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  • $250,000 Community-Funded Prize Pool Revealed for 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship

    Valve has just revealed that a $250,000 prize pool put together by the community is up for grabs at the 2014 EMS One Katowice CS:GO Championship. The...
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