Adrian Diaconescu

Adrian Diaconescu

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Adrian is a mobile aficionado since the days of the Nokia 3310, and a PC enthusiast since Windows 98. Later, he discovered that writing about the gear he's so enamored with was pretty much his only semi-marketable skill. A small blog came into being, then freelance gig after freelance gig in the tech-centric wide web. The rest, as they say, is history, and history can only be written from an Eastern European basement.

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AMD’s CTO says Chromebooks aren’t a good fit for its chips

Before speculation can even spark up, an AMD executive has adamantly denied its company is interested in diving into the Chromebook sea.
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Intel’s best NUC is right around the corner, with Core i7 Broadwell power and Iris 6100 graphics

We already knew Intel would fit a Core i7 processor into the NUC, but it turns out the company plans to cram Iris 6100 graphics in, too. That should mean significantly better graphics performance for the pint-sized PC.
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Workstations don’t come more ‘professional’ than the 36-core Boxx Apexx 5

With up to 36 cores of Intel Xeon processing power, and room for five top-shelf Nvidia Quadro GPUs, the Boxx Apexx 5 is one of the world's quickest workstations.
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The Shuttle DS57U isn’t the smallest ‘slim PC’ in the world, but it’s fanless

It's (relatively) small, fanless, powered by Intel Broadwell, and targets DIY enthusiasts. It's Shuttle's newest slim PC.
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Nvidia’s GTX 970 memory woes lead to class action lawsuit

Arguing the capabilities of the controversial GTX 970 video card were misrepresented, a class action lawsuit seeking five million in damages has been filed against Nvidia.
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Suffering from video woes on an old MacBook Pro? Apple comes to rescue, free of charge

Apple is offering free repairs for 15 and 17-inch MacBook Pros manufactured between 2011 and 2013 with video defects and random reboots.