Tuesday, February 16, 2016

IT News Head Lines (Tech Report) 17/02/2016

Presidents Day Shortbread
Eight is Enough
  1. VentureBeat: Microsoft patents a modular PC with stackable components
  2. DNA India: AMD's new GPU will double

    performance per watt, says India head Srinivas M
  3. Forbes: These are the CPUs AMD suggests for building

    VR-ready PCs—including two unreleased parts
  4. VideoCardz: AMD's "Project F" is 232mm2

    discrete GPU made in 14LPP process
  5. WCCFtech: XFX's latest Radeon R9 380 Crimson Edition

    unlocks to a full R9 380X "Tonga XT" with BIOS switch
  6. gHacks: Multi-process Firefox's will use up to 20% more RAM initially
  7. WinBeta: Cross-buy and cross-save between Xbox One

    and Windows 10 is good for gamers, says Xbox boss
  8. Assassin's Creed: Syndicate - next patch will

    address SLI scaling issues - DSOGaming

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Nvidia releases 361.91 driver and improves Linux support
Street Fighter V is coming out tomorrow, and Nvidia is making sure that gamers can hadouken each other with maximum graphical fidelity. The company has just released its WHQL-certified 361.91 drivers, which offer some tweaks for Capcom's fighting game and a bevy of SLI profile updates for other titles.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate , XCOM 2 , the trial version of Need for Speed , Rainbow Six: Siege , The Division , the Bless MMORPG, and Elite: Dangerous 64-bit all get SLI profiles with this update. ...

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Microsoft targets entry-level business users with its Lumia 650
Microsoft has announced the Lumia 650, a budget Windows 10 phone targeted at business users. The Lumia 650 is another block in the tech giant's efforts to build a Windows 10 ecosystem across multiple device classes. Like other Windows 10 devices, the Lumia 650 can open businesses' Office documents and answer voice queries with Cortana. It can also sync content between Windows 10 devices via OneDrive.

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