You must have heard of Spectre vulnerability which was revealed back in 2018, alongside Meltdown, and it still continues to be a threat till this day. Spectre is a vulnerability that affects modern microprocessors that perform branch prediction, and targets the process in modern CPUs called speculative execution to leak secrets such as passwords from one site to another malicious site. Continue reading Google releases proof of concept (PoC) code to demonstrate the practicality of “Spectre” side-channel attacks
TSMC or Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd is a Taiwanese multinational semiconductor contract manufacturing and design firm. It is one of Taiwan’s largest companies, the world’s most valuable semiconductor company, and the world’s largest dedicated independent (pure-play) semiconductor foundry. Continue reading TSMC to push silicon boundaries with 3D ‘stacking’ tech, dubbed as “SoIC”, partners with AMD and Google
Microsoft recently introduced the Windows segment heap memory improvement feature for the Edge browser to reduce high system memory requirements. The company announced major memory usage reductions in its Chromium-based Edge browser on Windows 10 2004 that appear to come from Project Reunion, a new API that attempts to unify Win32 and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps. Continue reading Google’s Chrome web browser will receive the same “Segment Heap” memory optimizing feature as Edge
Google has finally revealed the launch date, pricing and launch games for Stadia. According to the company, Stadia will launch this November in 14 countries and will have 31 games at launch. Furthermore, there will be two models available: Google Stadia Base and Google Stadia Pro. Continue reading Google Stadia Pro launches this November, will have 31 games at launch, free model coming in 2020
Google announced that it will hold its first ever Stadia Connect on June 6th, 2019, at 9AM PDT/6PM CET in which the company will reveal more Stadia news, including pricing, games, and launch details. Continue reading Google will announce the price, games and launch details for Stadia on June 6th
UL Benchmarks has shared the first tech demo (in video format) for Google Stadia. Stadia is Google’s new streaming service that promises to make multi-GPU computing available to everyone through the cloud. In this tech demo, UL Benchmarks shows how game developers can use cloud-based, multi-GPU rendering on Stadia to create richer, more dynamic game experiences. Continue reading UL Benchmarks shows first Google Stadia tech demo, using multiple GPUs
At GDC 2019, Google announced its new game streaming service that will be called Stadia. Stadia is basically an evolution of Project Stream that Google launched last year. In other words, this isn’t a new console hardware. Instead, this is a streaming service and Google has released a trailer for Stadia that you can find below.
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