John Morris

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John Morris is a former executive editor at CNET Networks and senior editor at PC Magazine. He now works for a private investment firm, which may at any time invest in companies whose products are discussed in this blog, and no disclosure of securities transactions will be made. No investment advice is offered in this blog. All duties are disclaimed.

John Morris is a former executive editor at CNET Networks and senior editor at PC Magazine. He now works for a private investment firm, which may at any time invest in companies whose products are discussed in this blog, and no disclosure of securities transactions will be made. No investment advice is offered in this blog. All duties are disclaimed.

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​Computex 2017: AMD stakes its claim to the high ground

​Computex 2017: AMD stakes its claim to the high ground

Earlier this year AMD released Ryzen, announced Epyc, unveiled its first Vega graphics card and teased a 16-core desktop chip. Yet it still managed to make some news at Computex, where it also argued the combination of its new CPUs and GPUs can deliver the best overall performance per dollar.

May 31, 2017 by

​Nvidia makes the case for GPU accelerators

​Nvidia makes the case for GPU accelerators

Moore's Law is slowing down as emerging AI workloads are demanding more performance. But Nvidia says it's got a plan. At this year's GPU Technology Conference, it announced powerful hardware and software for deep learning.

May 18, 2017 by

AMD says it's back to stay

AMD says it's back to stay

At its analyst day, the chipmaker revealed new details of upcoming server, PC and graphics products that will make it more competitive, and said it has a plan to stay there for the long haul.

May 17, 2017 by

Vision and neural nets drive demand for more powerful chips

Vision and neural nets drive demand for more powerful chips

At Hot Chips this week, Nvidia announced details of its next-gen Tegra processor, known as "Parker," while others argued that digital signal processors can do the job better. All of them are vying to power emerging applications such as self-driving cars, drones, VR and augmented reality, and smart cameras.

August 24, 2016 by

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