Computing
Computing

AMD’s new Radeon driver is optimized for Capcom’s ‘Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’

AMD has a new driver for its Radeon graphics cards, Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.1.1, optimized for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. The new driver also resolves two game-related issues and two Radeon ReLive issues.
Computing

Your browser might be filling in hidden fields and giving away your secrets

Phishing site present themselves as legitimate pages while requesting account and other sensitive information. Now, there's apparently a browser vulnerability that can enter information on phishing sites without your knowledge.
Computing

Microsoft's purchase of Simplygon demonstrates its commitment to 3D in Windows 10

Microsoft's acquisition of Simplygon illustrates how 3D will take a more significant role in Windows 10, as the company is making some specific investments in 3D technology that should provide more benefits for creative types.
Deals

Expand your Wi-Fi reach with this TP-Link Range Extender ($47 off)

Amazon has a big discount on TP-Link's Wi-Fi Range Extender. You can get 67 percent off the normal price, bringing it down by nearly $50.
Gaming

Latest 'Overwatch' update brings floating health bars to the public test realm

Overwatch has received a number of updates over the holiday season, including the new Oasis map, but there is a new feature on the public test realm designed for spectators, rather than players.
Photography

Take the camera dividers out of the Udee backpack and it becomes a cooler

The Udee backpack can morph from a camera bag to a cooler to simple storage -- and that's just the bottom half. Startup Meltpartners is just shy of its Kickstarter goal for its first project.
Computing

AMD’s ‘Naples’ server CPU designed for ‘radical’ data center changes

AMD's Forrest Norrod kicked off a series of new blogs focused on the upcoming Naples CPU for servers slated for the first half of 2017. A 32-core, 64-thread version was first revealed in August as part of AMD's "Zen" architecture reveal.
Computing

IBM CEO Rometty joins calls to ensure that AI remains a positive force

Microsoft CEO Nadella isn't the only executive talking about how AI can be a net positive as long as long as it's done the right way. IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has also joined in with a similar call for transparency and responsibility.
Mobile

Huawei could be prepping new flagship tablet for Mobile World Congress 2017

It looks like Huawei is preparing to release a new tablet at Mobile World Congress this year -- the Huawei MediaPad T3. In fact, the device just passed through Wi-Fi certification.
Computing

Intel responds to report about hackers gaining access to a debugging interface

Intel responded to a report that PCs based on its CPU platforms can be hacked via USB 3.0 and a cheap device. The problem is based on Intel's Direct Connect Interface that links to the JTAG debugging interface.
Computing

AOpen’s Chromebase Mini is a Chrome OS tablet with enterprise appeal

Digital signage specialist Aopen unveiled the Chromebase Mini, a hardy 10.1-inch tablet that runs Chrome OS and can be implemented in a wide variety of customer-facing scenarios.
Computing

Microsoft Germany issues security warning to people still using Windows 7

The head of Windows in Germany is warning people and organizations against their continued use of Windows 7 as it may be insecure. The company is urging everyone to upgrade before support for the operating system ends in three years.