Displaying items by tag: Graphics

Intel's 14nm Rocket Lake-S processors, in an era where AMD is at 7nm and smartphone processors are at 5nm, are Intel's newest 11th-gen processors, led by its flagship Intel Core i9-11900K, with Intel not having released an i9 range until AMD's challenge a few years ago.

Published in Business IT
Friday, 27 March 2020 12:27

Build your own Zoom background with Canva

Online graphic design tool Canva has gained a free Zoom background creator.

Alvy Ray Smith is one of the living legends of our modern age, and his talk at the University of Sydney was a fascinating look at the history of the pixel, graphics, Pixar and plenty more.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 30 July 2019 12:17

Support grows for Nvidia RTX

GPU manufacturer Nvidia's RTX technology is gaining support from software vendors.

Published in Business Software
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 11:00

SAS, NVIDIA collaborate on AI initiative

Analytics provider SAS and graphics processing hardware vendor NVIDIA are partnering on an initiative designed to help businesses bring artificial intelligence into their organisations.

Published in Market

AMD's new Radeon VII graphics card has arrived, built on "enhanced second-generation Vega architecture", promising "2X the memory and 2.1X the memory bandwidth compared to the Radeon RX Vega 64".

Published in Entertainment

Graphics processing hardware vendor Nvidia has announced the world’s first real-time ray tracing GPU. Words don’t do it justice; here you can see it for yourself.

Published in Entertainment

Graphics processor unit manufacturer Nvidia has announced its new Turing architecture and Quadro RTX video card, the world’s first real-time ray-tracing GPU.

Published in Entertainment

Proving that if you can't beat 'em, you join 'em, Intel has done what was once unthinkable: delivered an Intel processor with accompanying AMD graphics technology, after promising this in November 2017.

Published in Hardware

If you’ve ever played PC games and have suffered non-smooth, stuttering graphics, you need a monitor with AMD FreeSync technology, with Lenovo now in the game.

Published in Entertainment

If you can’t afford a nice, very fast Radeon RX 480 it's smaller sibling, the 4GB, GDDR5 RX 470, is the next best thing. At US$179, it has all of the Polaris 10 features the average gamers will need – until the next upgrade.

Published in Entertainment

The latest and greatest AMD range of Radeon graphics cards has come, offering hyper-threading GPUs, with the Radeon 480 the VR-running powerhouse.

Published in Home Tech

Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card is the first product for the gaming market based on the Pascal GPU architecture.

Published in Home Tech

AMD has released a new software suite for Radeon equipped desktop and notebook computers. It is called Crimson and it has a raft of new features and graphics performance increases.

Published in Entertainment

It wasn’t just Intel showing off new processors at CES, but perennial competitor AMD, too.

Published in Home Tech

New Zealand-based global ERP software provider Greentree International has unveiled its strategic product direction of the future, launching the progressive rollout of a wide new range of software capabilities and the choice of how to use them on mobile devices, tablets, in the Cloud or on-premise.

Published in Strategy

Text Candy Pro Offers A New Form Of Image Creation on the iPhone - The Textpics

AMD's 'Fusion' processors, initially aimed at the more mobile market, have arrived in Australia, with more powerful versions due to come later in the year - is it enough to defeat the competing ARM tablet threat?

Published in Home Tech

Last year saw Intel's 'Core' processors go mainstream, 2011 now sees the second generation of Core processors arriving with cool new features, from ever faster performance, better built-in HD and 3D graphics, quicker video transcoding capabilities and support for wireless transmission of video to HDTVs.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 05 January 2011 14:01

Windows graphics vulnerability disclosed

Microsoft has warned its customers of a vulnerability in Windows' graphics rendering engine. No patch is available yet, but the company is unaware of any attacks using the vulnerability.

Published in Security
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