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Crytek shows you can achieve Real-Time Ray Tracing with AMD Vega 56 and other mainstream GPUs

Crytek has released a new video demonstrating the results of a CRYENGINE research and development project. Neon Noir shows how real-time mesh ray-traced reflections and refractions can deliver highly realistic visuals for games. The Neon Noir demo was created with the new advanced version of CRYENGINE’s Total Illumination showcasing real time ray tracing. This feature […]

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ASUS TUF Gaming and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1660

MANILA, Philippines, March 14, 2019 — ASUS today announced GeForce® GTX 1660 graphics cards, adding new products into the TUF Gaming and Phoenix lineups. These new graphics cards follow on the heels of the recently announced GTX 1660 Ti, bringing even more competitive graphics card options for gamers. The GeForce GTX 1660 GPU leverages the […]

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Lounge Wizard – Introducing the K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard from CORSAIR

FREMONT, CA, March 7th, 2019 – CORSAIR®, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the new CORSAIR K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard, bringing unprecedented control and versatility to living room PCs and home entertainment setups. Merging refined style and aluminum construction with advanced navigation and flexible control over […]

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Teenager Becomes World’s First US$1 Million Bug Bounty Hacker on HackerOne

HackerOne, the leading hacker-powered security platform, announced today that bug bounty hacker @try_to_hack is the first to surpass US$1 million in bounty awards for helping companies become more secure. A bug bounty is an award given to a hacker who reports a valid security weakness to an organization. Santiago Lopez started reporting security weaknesses to […]

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Not all Wi-Fi are created equal

As wireless AC continues to be the dominant standard for newer electronic devices, the time for Wireless N is about to run out. The IEEE 802.11ac or commonly known as Wireless AC, introduced 2013, supersedes the older 802.11n standard albeit with backwards compatibility with legacy wireless standards such as 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and of course […]