Today's major tech stories include Amazon's supposed video game streaming service, Google's massive CES presence and a graphics war brewing between Nvidia and AMD.
The processor runs with the 7nm Radeon VII GPU, which AMD also unveiled in a keynote presentation.
AMD's new GPU helps push 4K and frame rates to new levels -- and it launches for $699 this February.
The big news: AMD's jump into the market. Plus, new Google-powered laptops and convertibles from Acer, Asus and HP.
Begun, the graphics card wars have.
At CES 2019, chipmaker AMD unveils the Radeon VII, which the company says is the world's first 7-nanometer gaming GPU.
Equipped with AMD's A-series processors, the Chromebook 315 helps open up a new frontier for Google's OS.
Yes, Chromebooks can now run on AMD processors.
Scaled back AMD A-series processors take on Intel's Celeron and Pentium for Chromebooks.
The company's entry-level gaming laptop line incorporates AMD's new 3000-series Ryzen CPUs and Radeon discrete graphics.
AMD's annual update adds the ability to stream games from your PC to your phone, improvements to ReLive, HDR tweaks and more.
And just in time for Black Friday: Get up to $180 in games for free when you buy select AMD graphics cards.
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