Analysts over at investment bank JP Morgan fear Intel’s chip shortage is only going to get worse going into Q4. Intel has been repeatedly hit by claims that it can’t produce enough 14nm CPUs to meet demand, largely due to a slowdown of node progression thanks to the tricky 10nm node, and, if the latest reports are to be believed, it’s not going to get any better this year.
Day: September 14, 2018
September 14, 2018 Jeff Kaplan says the Overwatch team is still trying to make cross-platform profiles happen.
Welcome to Solis, a huge South American world home of conflict, oppression and extreme weather conditions. Just Cause 4 sees
Have you ever come across a tower rush game with deck building mechanics that feature fast cars made to explode? Well, now you have, because Vroom Kaboom is just that.
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Brexit, Trump, Russian Collusion, Ed Miliband’s bacon sandwich – it’s been a busy few years in the world of politics. Which is quite literally why Positech Games, the developer of the Democracy series, is returning with the announcement of their new game, Democracy 4.
The Founder’s Edition shenanigans surrounding the launch of Nvidia’s last major graphics card generation, the Pascal-powered 10-series, caused a whole lot of frustration amongst the GPU-buying public. And the tech press. Ooh, it annoyed the tech press. But Nvidia says it’s learned its lesson and is giving people what they want – high-performance, overclocked graphics cards and choice.
Fortnite season 6 is just around the corner, and what the community is about to get is anybody’s guess. Figuring out what they want, however, has recently been made a lot more simple, thanks to a request from one Reddit user showing off his son’s idea for a new in-game cosmetic.
During yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, Square Enix revealed a staggering number of upcoming Final Fantasy games – both old and new – that are headed to the Nintendo Switch.
Fallout 76 might be out very soon, but Bethesda doesn’t want it to be a flash in the pan. Instead, the developer intends it to last us until the bombs drop, and beyond. In a recent interview, the company’s vice president of marketing, Pete Hines, says Bethesda plans to keep the latest trip to the Wasteland going for a long time.