Nothing is official, but Fudzilla's sources suggest Microsoft liked the Xbox 360's Xenos graphics enough to stay with ATI for its next console, possibly slated for 2012. Given the lead time, it may even be a 28-nanometre chip. [Fudzilla via CrunchGear]
Rumour: ATI Locked In For Next-Gen Xbox Graphics?
Trending Stories Right Now
Last week, in the wake of Netflix’s recent decision to cancel both Daredevil and Iron Fist (not to mention Luke Cage) just when both series seemed to be hitting their respective strides, a big fuss was made over a report that Daredevil was also the fourth-most popular series on the platform when it began streaming, something that made Netflix’s move seem particularly odd in retrospect.
The concept of today’s smart, connected wearables just didn’t exist back in the 1980s when text-only operating systems like MS-DOS were still popular. But that didn’t stop Puma from releasing what was possibly the world’s first modern fitness tracker by strapping a chunky computer to the back of a sneaker. Thirty-two years later, Puma is bringing those kicks back with the same design, but with updated tech inside.