MSI's Project Zero motherboard spotted
Published in PC Hardware


When you don't want to see those pesky connectors

MSI's new Project Zero motherboard design has been spotted online, and this is a whole new concept in designing the motherboard in order to hide all connectors.

Qualcomm shows the new Wireless AR Smart Viewer reference design
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Powered by Snapdragon XR2 platform

Qualcomm has unveiled its new Wireless AR Smart Viewer reference design which uses the Snapdragon XR2 platform and allows OEMs and ODMs to bring new cordless AR-glasses to the market.

AMD says AM4 is here to stay
Published in PC Hardware


"Will continue for many years to come"

While it has officially unveiled its next-gen AM5 platform at Computex, AMD was keen to note that the AM4 platform is not going anywhere and it is here to stay.

Move to turn Facebook and Twitter into right-wing fake news outfits unconstitutional
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It was a Florida law so what do you expect?

A Florida law intended to punish social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter for not treating the words of right-wing politicians as if they were spoken by Jesus has been ruled unconstitutional.

Windows 11 hardware monitor is buggy
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Not very good at its job


People interested in such things have discovered that Microsoft’s hardware monitoring resource is giving information which is about as accurate as a Ukraine war report on Russian television.

Microsoft updates Windows for Android
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More integration than you can poke a stick at 

Microsoft has updated the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) to Android 12.1 and shipped improvements to Android integration with Windows, networking, the camera in apps, and the Settings app.

Apple eyes Electronic Arts
Published in Gaming


Looking to buy and kicking the tires

Video game publisher Electronic Arts is actively seeking a potential buyer or merger.

Activision Blizzard illegally threatened staff
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US government agency claims

Activision Blizzard enforced a social media policy that conflicted with workers’ rights and illegally threatened staff in the policy's enforcement, according to a US government agency.

Amazon scores millions of UK government contracts
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Still a bit iffy on paying tax in the country


The UK government seems to have no problem awarding Amazon lucrative contracts, despite criticism that the outfit’s efforts to avoid paying tax.

HPC will be virtualised
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VMware's Uday Kurkure says

High-performance computing will be virtualised according to VMware's Uday Kurkure.