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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Alder Lake-S due 2H 2021, 7nm in late 2022/early 2023
It's ben a good year for Intel despite some issues
Describes RTX as a 'home run'.
Not counting Apple's millions, either.
Windows hit by CPU shortages.
10nm definitely on track for holiday 2019, though.
Could be on-track for a revenue flip.
Says cryptocurrency demand 'exceeded expectations'.
Investors antsy, though.
Profit margins to jump a point or more.
Still hasn't covered the write-down.
Fingers crossed for Windows 8 launch.
AMD annouces that its laying off ten per cent of its global workforce.
ARM announces a strong quarter off the back of increased demand for its designs.
Intel has experienced its best quarter ever, turning over more than $11 billion.
Describes economic climate as the toughest in the company's history, and puts some of the losses down to the popularity of netbooks.
Demand for Nvidia GPUs dried up in the fourth quarter, as the company's revenue dropped by a staggering 60 percent.
Microsoft disappointed investors yesterday with a below-expectations earnings report - and has embarked on a cost-cutting programme that will see 5,000 jobs eliminated.
Intel has released Q4 earning figures ahead of its appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show which reveal a massive 23 percent drop in revenue.
Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said that GPU shipments were down 20 percent in Q2 because of the economic slowdown.
AMD has announced plans to cull ten percent of its global workforce in response to slower than expected sales across its entire product range.
During the Electronic Arts earnings conference call yesterday, the publisher reported that Crysis had gone platinum.
Chip-maker AMD will be cutting over 400 jobs in the near future after dismal Q1 earnings.
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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