In which we recap the week's news.
Nvidia has developed a method using neural networks to convert standard video recordings into detailed slow-motion, ultra-high frame rate video clips.
Chris Hook, who recently left AMD after 17 years of leading the company's global marketing efforts, has joined Intel.
Chris Hook, AMD's Sr. Director of Global Product Marketing, has announced that he is leaving the company after 17 years that began with ATI.
AMD posted specs for a full line of RX 500X series of GPUs that appear to be straight-up rebrands of the existing RX 500 series.
Now Kaby Lake-G is back in the news with more speculation that its graphics are more akin to Polaris than Vega, so we've conducted testing to see if it supports a new Vega feature.
Nvidia introduced a new Jump Start program for its DGX Station that lowers the introduction pricing by 25% for the first system purchased.
Raven Ridge has arrived, and here's everything you need to know about AMD's new Ryzen CPUs with onboard Radeon Vega Graphics.
Gigabyte has started (something of) a mass production of its own AMD Vega-based graphics cards. We got our mitts on the Gigabyte RX Vega56 and the Vega64 Gaming OC, in the form of final retail cards. Let's take a look.
Nvidia revealed the third generation of its TensorRT AI inferencing software, the DeepStream video analytics platform, and the ninth generation of Nvidia’s CUDA technology.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Ethereum, the new cryptocurrency challenging the Bitcoin hegemony.
Imagination announced that it started the formal sale process after struggling in the mobile GPU market and recent news that Apple would start developing its own GPU technology.
AMD's Instinct lineup, which includes Vega-, Polaris-, and Fiji-based designs, are coming to market soon.
AMD is the only company that has both GPUs and CPUs under the same roof, which could lend it a tactical advantage against its competitors. That's where EPYC and the Vega Frontier Edition come in.