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Jeff Bezos Nudes, Self-Aware Fish, and Brain Zapping: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

A good rule of thumb if you’re going to threaten to publish nude photos of the richest man on the planet unless he says you’re not working with the Saudi government is: Probably don’t do that! And if for some reason you are reckless enough to do that, you probably shouldn’t do so in writing!Read more...
Tags: Google, Star Wars, TV, Science, Technology, Movies, Instagram, Net Neutrality, Labor, Drugs, Horror, Funerals, China, Social Media, Star Trek, Fish


AMD's Radeon VII Is a Great Gaming Card, But That's Just the Beginning

AMD’s fighting competitors on all fronts. It’s battling Intel in the CPU space, with each company advertising more cores and tacking on more features to woo users (and manufacturers) away from the other. Yet its battle against Nvidia in the GPU space is different. While Nvidia comfortably dominates the high-end space,…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Science, Intel, Nvidia, Amd, Gpu, Gpus, Vega, Consumer Tech, Amd Radeon Vii, Amd Radeon Vii Review


Nvidia and AMD's Nerdiest Fight Is the One That Matters Most

At CES earlier this month, Nvidia and AMD traded words, with Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang saying his GPUs would “crush” AMD’s newly announce Radeon VII. AMD CEO Lisa Su was more measured in her response, but she didn’t pass up the opportunity to make a dig at Nvidia, noting that when her company finally adopts ray tracing,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nvidia, Amd, FreeSync, Lisa Su, G Sync, Jensen Huang, Adaptive Sync, Variable Refresh Rate, Radeon VII AMD


Faulty molecular master switch may contribute to AMD

A signaling pathway controlled by transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) could be involved in the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Tags: Science, Amd


NIH researchers rescue photoreceptors, prevent blindness in animal models of AMD

Using a novel patient-specific stem cell-based therapy, researchers at the National Eye Institute (NEI) prevented blindness in animal models of geographic atrophy, the advanced 'dry' form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is a leading cause of vision loss among people age 65 and older. The protocols established by the animal study set the stage for a first-in-human clinical trial testing the therapy in people with geographic atrophy, for which there is currently no treatment.
Tags: Science, Amd, Nih, National Eye Institute NEI


The Worst Pain in the World, Bendable Phones, and Joshua Tree: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Ten hut, Gizmodo readers! Do you have a New Year’s Resolution you should be working on? Do not answer that rhetorical question, because yours are the feeble dreams of weaklings and mine is to whip this sorry, good-for-nothing blog audience squad into shape!Read more...
Tags: Food, Gadgets, Comics, Astronomy, TV, Science, Technology, Privacy, Syfy, Ces, Glass, Surveillance, Physics, Birds, International Space Station, Ocean


AMD CEO Talks Ray Tracing Development and Future Windows Laptops

AMD CEO Lisa Su sat down with press, including Gizmodo, yesterday to chat about the company’s CES announcements. The conversation started with a bang, addressing Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s criticisms of AMD less than an hour earlier, then moved to a broad discussion of AMD’s business. Of particular note was the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Nvidia, Amd, Gizmodo, Lisa Su, RYZEN, Jensen Huang, CES 2019, Ryzen 2


Nvidia CEO Trashes AMD's New GPU: 'The Performance Is Lousy'

Yesterday I spent two hours listening to the CEOs of rival companies talk trash about each other. It reminded me of my parents right after their divorce. Nvidia was shit talking AMD, and AMD politely responded with just enough bite for you to take notice.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Nvidia, Amd, Lisa Su, Jensen Huang, CES 2019


AMD Has a New Very Fancy GPU [Updated]

Usually, the biggest announcements at CES are over with by the end of the first day, but during its second-day keynote AMD CEO Lisa Su announced a new GPU, the AMD Radeon VII. According to Su, it is the very first 7nm graphics card available to consumers.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Graphics, Amd, Gpu, Gpus, Consumer Tech, AMD Radeon, Lisa Su, AMD Vega, CES 2019, Amd Radeon Vii


AMD Has a New Very Fancy GPU

Usually, the biggest announcements at CES are over with by the end of the first day, but during its second-day keynote AMD CEO Lisa Su announced a new GPU, the AMD Radeon VII. According to Su, it is the very first 7nm graphics card available to consumers.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Graphics, Amd, Gpu, Gpus, Consumer Tech, AMD Radeon, Lisa Su, AMD Vega, CES 2019, Amd Radeon Vii


Samsung's Latest Laptops Want to Win You Over With Style

When it comes to mainstream laptops, they all sort of have the same specs. You get a CPU from Intel (or maybe AMD), memory and storage from Micron, Kingston, WD, or Samsung, and maybe a graphics card from Nvidia. So how else are computer makers supposed to entice potential buyers? Well on Samsung’s latest laptops at…Read more...
Tags: Science, Windows, Samsung, Intel, Ces, Computers, Amd, Laptops, Samsung Notebook 9 Pro, CES 2019, Samsung Notebook 9 Flash, Micron Kingston WD


AMD and Nvidia Lead Biggest Two-Day Chip Stock Rally Since 2015

The Philadelphia semiconductor index gained 2.7 percent as the technology industry gears up for the CES conference in Las Vegas. Nvidia Corp. jumped as much as 6.4 percent after a presentation by Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang in Las Vegas Sunday that focused on improvements to the company’s graphics processors for personal computers and teased automotive-related announcements later in the week.
Tags: Science, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Amd, Nvidia Corp, Jensen Huang


Acer's Chromebook 315 Is a Lot of Laptop for Just $280

If the only thing you care about is finding the most laptop for your money, Acer’s new Chromebook 315 might be exactly what you need.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ces, Chromebook, Acer, Amd, Chromebooks, Laptops, Consumer Tech, CES 2019, Thats A Pretty Cheap Chromebook, Acer Chromenbook 315, Amd Chromebooks


How Chip Makers Are Circumventing Moore's Law to Build Super-Fast CPUs of Tomorrow

The elephant in the room has been, for a very long time, Moore’s Law—or really, its eventual end game. Intel co-founder Gordon Moore predicted in that the number of transistors on a chip would double each year. More transistors mean more speed, and that steady increase has fueled decades of computer…Read more...
Tags: Science, Design, Intel, Amd, Gordon Moore, Consumer Tech, Moore, EMIB, Infinity Fabric, 3d Stacking, Cpu Design


Intel Just Gave Us a Glimpse of the Near Future of CPUs

Intel’s had a rough year, with major departures, security disasters, dwindling sales compared to its competitor, and the general appearance of a company trailing the competition technologically speaking. But in the twilight days of 2018 Intel’s laid out a plan of action to remind us all of exactly why Intel first…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Amd, Skylake, Ice Lake, 10nm, Chip Design, Foveros, Sunny Cove, 3d Stacking, Gen11


Intel Just Gave Us a Glimpse at the Near Future of CPUs

Intel’s had a rough year, with major departures, security disasters, dwindling sales compared to its competitor, and the general appearance of a company trailing the competition technologically speaking. But in the twilight days of 2018 Intel’s laid out a plan of action to remind us all of exactly why Intel first…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Amd, Skylake, Ice Lake, 10nm, Chip Design, Foveros, Sunny Cove, 3d Stacking, Gen11


The Two Best-Performing U.S. Stocks Aren't Getting Analyst Love

TripAdvisor Inc.’s 81 percent gain in 2018 is second only to AMD’s 95 percent rise in the index. While Wall Street has been skeptical on AMD for years, the phenomenon is relatively new for TripAdvisor. Just three of the 27 analysts covering TripAdvisor recommend buying shares now, down from more than a third of analysts four years ago when the stock was trading significantly higher, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Tags: Science, Amd, Tripadvisor, TripAdvisor Inc


Intel's 5GHz i9 Processor Is Incredible for Hype and Pretty Good for Computing, Too 

The product categories in the CPU marketplace are rapidly eroding. Intel and AMD have spent the last year and a half furiously releasing new products, and tweaking their lines to take on the competition. In some cases, prices have been slashed. In others, it’s meant CPUs have had more cores or threads packed in. The…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Amd, Cpus, I9 9900k, Intel I9 9900k Review


AMD's 16-Core Beast Creams Intel, but You Might Be Better Off Without It

I won’t lie, when AMD’s new 16-core monster CPU, the Ryzen Threadripper 2950X, arrived, I ran around the office showing off it and its accompanying air cooler to anyone who would make eye contact with me. The thing is enormous—easily twice as large as a standard desktop CPU from Intel. The air cooler, saddled with the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Amd, Cpus


The Latest Breed of 2-in-1s Have Finally Realized the Hybrid Dream

Even though they don’t look much different than a lot of other hybrid laptops, the release of the Dell’s XPS 15 2-in-1 and HP’s Spectre x360 15 is an important moment for today’s convertible PCs. That’s because by putting powerful, but not exceedingly expensive GPUs inside already flexible machines, it feels like…Read more...
Tags: Science, Hp, Dell, Amd, Laptops, Hybrid, Convertible, 2 In 1s, HP Spectre x360 15, Dell Xps 15 2 In 1 Vs HP Spectre X360 15 Review, Dell Xps 15 2 In 1, Vega M


Intel Says Its GPUs to Rival AMD and Nvidia Will Be Here By 2020

Intel has stopped dancing around the issue and confirmed in a tweet, as noted by Engadget, that it will be making discrete GPUs and that they will be here by 2020.Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Graphics, Amd, Gpus, Consumer Tech, Engadget


AMD's Status Competition With Intel Ramps Up 

Almost as soon as Intel had announced its new 28-core beast, AMD took the stage at Computex and revealed the latest update to its Threadripper CPU, and it has more cores—32 cores to be exact. That’s more cores than you’ll ever need to do your tweets and fill out your spreadsheets, but this isn’t about processing, it’s…Read more...
Tags: Science, Intel, Motherboards, Amd, Computex, Cores, RYZEN, Threadripper 2, 32 Cores, 64 Threads


One of the Coolest Gaming Monitor Features Is Finally Coming to TVs

Samsung TVs just got a little more admirable. AMD announced that its FreeSync technology, previously only available for gaming monitors, is coming to Samsung’s 2018 QLED televisions. This means all your games played on the latest-generation Xboxes, or on a PC with an AMD GPU, should look a whole heckuva lot smoother.Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Xbox One, Samsung, Amd, AMD FreeSync, AMD GPU


Processor Makers Confirm New Security Flaws, So Update Your Shit Now

Intel is finally confirming that its computer processors are vulnerable to an additional variant of Spectre, the nasty security vulnerability that affects nearly every CPU currently in devices and in the marketplace.Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Intel, Amd, Meltdown, Spectre, ARM, Spectre And Meltdown


Nvidia And AMD Are At Each Other’s Throats Again

Late last Friday, Nvidia said it was cancelling its controversial GeForce Partner Program in the wake of criticism that it was anti-competitive and an attempt to increase the company’s hold on the graphics card market. It’s the latest development in the ongoing saga of Nvidia and rival manufacturer AMD waging dueling…Read more...
Tags: Science, Hardware, Pc, Nvidia, Graphics Card, Kotakucore, Amd, Fight, Gpu, Pc Gaming


Avengers: Infinity War, AMD vs. Intel, and Killer Animals: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

With winter fading into the distance, Avengers: Infinity War now in theaters, and the truth about Amazon’s logo finally out in the open, we can take a big breath of fresh air and remember what makes us excited about life in the first place. But we’ll probably just endlessly scroll through Twitter until we feel…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, Science, Intel, Amd, Avengers Infinity War, Bio Hacking, Best Of Gizmodo


Inside AMD's Quest to Build Chips That Can Beat Intel

There are few gambles in the tech world as big spending billions to build a new computer processor from scratch. Former AMD board member Robert Palmer supposedly compared it to Russian roulette: “You put a gun to your head, pull the trigger, and find out four years later if you blew your brains out.” Six years ago AMD…Read more...
Tags: Science, Design, Zen, Intel, Amd, Processors, Cpus, AMD Zen, Robert Palmer, RYZEN, AMD Ryzen, Chip Design


Westworld Returns, Amazon's Food Stamp Problem, and DOJ Porn: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

This world is not what it seems. Lurking beneath the sloppy mess and noise of our interconnected world lies something deeper, something secret—a maze of everlasting mysteries one can only hope to solve in this lifetime. Either that or it’s all just really, really dumb. If only we had a sign...Read more...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Science, Westworld, Amd, Best Of Gizmodo, Westworld Returns Amazon


Our First Look at AMD's Second-Generation Ryzen CPU Is Proof It's No One Hit Wonder

Last year AMD finally gave us something we desperately needed with the release of Ryzen: A viable rival to Intel in the CPU space. The rivalry has meant faster CPUs for desktops and laptops as each company races to surpass the other, but there’s a potential problem for AMD. It doesn’t have the same track record for…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Science, Zen, Intel, Amd, Cpus, RYZEN, AMD Ryzen


Corn's Nitrogen Need, Eating for AMD Prevention, The Perils of Food Packaging, and More in the Food Science News Source

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