The PS3 came out in 2006 with a new IBM-Power-based SIMD CPU structure they called the Cell. Now, in 2013 Sony introduced the PS4 with an X86-based architecture that looks like a PC. The eight X86 CPUs will give the PS4 long legs in the market with plenty of headroom for physics and AI. Read more on the PS4 on GraphicSpeak.
Dell shows it is not playing around
Gamers are serious when it comes to blasting aliens, taking on bloodthirsty beasts, and saving the planet from all manner of vicious hordes and hulking monsters. With this in mind, Dell is intent on giving gamers a better experience and a competitive edge.
The story of pickles, road maps, and the remote work and play industry
TIFCA is hosting a summit where support for remote work and play is the main dish on the menu.