Category: Games

For the top rank in AI chip efficiency testing, Qualcomm and Nvidia compete.

For the top rank in AI chip efficiency testing, Qualcomm and Nvidia compete.In a new set of test results released on Wednesday, artificial intelligence processors from Qualcomm outperformed Nvidia in…

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Artificial intelligence chip startup Cerebras releases open source ChatGPT-like models

Artificial intelligence chip startup Cerebras Systems on Tuesday said it released open source ChatGPT-like models for the research and business community to use for free in an effort to foster…

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Microsoft sign Nvidia game deal to appease regulators over Activision merger

Microsoft Corp has struck a 10-year deal to bring "Call of Duty" and other Activision games to Nvidia Corp's gaming platform if the Xbox maker is allowed to complete its much-contested $69…

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China approves 87 new video games including titles by Tencent and Alibaba

China's video games regulator on Friday approved 87 new video games for the month of Feburary including titles under Tencent Holdings, Alibaba Group and NetEase. Shenzhen-based Tencent, the world's largest…

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Sony Raises PS5 Sales Target, Closer to Record Level by Raising Outlook

Sony Group has nudged up its annual profit forecast, helped by a strong showing for its videogame division, and raised its PlayStation 5 game console sales target by one million units…

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Sony Wants to Build Smartphone Sensor Factory in Japan

Sony Group Corp is considering building a new factory to make smartphone image sensors in the Kumamoto prefecture of Japan, Nikkei reported on Thursday. The company plans to break ground on the plant…

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Nvidia Confirms it is Working with Microsoft to Build Super Cloud Artificial Intelligent Computer

U.S. chip designer and computing firm Nvidia Corp on Wednesday said it is teaming up with Microsoft Corp to build a “massive” computer to handle intense artificial intelligence computing work in the…

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End of Warcraft as Blizzard and NetEase Part Ways, Gamers in China Laments

Blizzard Entertainment and NetEase caused dismay among thousands of gamers on Thursday by saying hits such as 'World of Warcraft' will not be available in China from next year as a 14-year…

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Tencent’s ‘Metal Slug’ has Been Approved as China Approves 70 Games in November

China's video games regulator on Thursday granted publishing licences to 70 online games, including titles belonging to Tencent Holdings Ltd , NetEase Inc  and other developers. Shenzhen-based Tencent, the world's largest gaming…

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Tencent lays off its Fanbyte Editorial Staff, One by One, Over Several Hours

Chinese conglomerate Tencent has laid off all of the editorial staff at Fanbyte, an online gaming publication it owned. Gaming Company Fanbyte This information was posted on Twitter by some…

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