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Day: January 2, 2020
Landry’s, a popular restaurant chain in the United States, has announced a malware attack on its point of sale (POS) systems that allowed cybercriminals to steal customers’ payment card information.
We’ve been writing some variation of ‘this Microsoft Flight Simulator feature looks gorgeous’ ever since the sim debuted back at E3, but it remains true through every bit of footage the developers have released so far. As a New Year’s gift, we’ve gotten a brief overview of MFS’s wintry weather effects, and they look similarly stunning.
Witcher fever has hit hard, to a greater degree than it’s ever hit before, and there are some steep discounts to enjoy if you’ve been caught by the Geralt bug for the first time. Certainly, you’re not alone – even though the review scores for Netflix’s The Witcher were all over the place, it’s spark record Witcher player counts for every game in the series.
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One of the most important specs for the first Intel Xe discrete graphics card, the DG1, has now been confirmed by development kit listed on the EEC database. The post confirms the rumoured 96 execution units previously speculated as the base configuration for the initial Xe GPU, the same as has been found in the upcoming top Tiger Lake processors.
“Fortnite” remained the biggest game of the year for 2019 in terms of revenue, raking in an impressive $1.8 billion — a decline of 25% off a record-setting $2.4 billion take a year earlier, according to research firm SuperData.
AMD CTO Mark Papermaster has said that any high-end Ryzen desktop CPU shortages experienced back in July, when these processors first launched, were in no way due to TSMC manufacturing shortfall. Rather, it was an underestimation on the red team’s part as to the popularity of their high-end Zen 2 desktop chips that had them selling out quicker than AMD could make them, Papermaster claims.
A new AMD Navi 12 GPU has been spotted on the Compubench database, seemingly confirming some of the rumoured specs of the AMD RX 5600 XT. It’s rocking 36 RDNA compute units (CUs), suggesting that the new Radeon RX 5600-series card will appear with the same 2,304 cores as the AMD RX 5700 GPU released last summer.