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  • Blog Post: Twitch And Intel Find A Faster Way To Stream PC Games With Quick Sync

    Twitch has announced that it is incorporating Intel's Quick Sync technology into the broadcast site's software development kit. The results should be marked in both CPU load and stream quality. Quick Sync uses a built-in hardware encoder that can post up to 60 percent lower CPU utilization when... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Guard System Is Up And Running

    Valve's Gabe Newell made news during GDC when he goaded viewers to take his Steam password and try to access his account. The bold display was intended to draw attention to a new feature of the downloadable game client, Steam Guard. The system takes advantage of Intel’s Identity Protection... More
  • Blog Post: Hot Topics Debate: Free Vs Pay, New Interfaces, Gameificiation

    D.I.C.E. 2011 kicks off with a debate panel moderated by G4's Adam Sessler that covered several hot topics in the industry, namely the battle between free vs. pay business models, new interfaces and player engagement, and gameplay vs. "gameification." Free vs. Pay Min Kim, Nexon and Matt... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Signs Six-Year Deal With Intel Worth $1.5 Billion

    Right now, we wish the name on our bank account was Nvidia, because the graphic card manufacturer just signed a deal with Intel that ends a two year lawsuit and gives Intel continued use of Nvidia technology. In early 2009, Intel and Nvidia were suing each other over an older chipset licensing agreement... More
  • Blog Post: Win A Bumpin' Gaming PC In Operation Flashpoint Mod Contest

    Intel and Codemasters announced the Intel Mission Contest this morning, which will eventually award two limited edition tricked-out gaming PCs to the two best Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising mod submissions. These monsters come strapped with screaming-fast Core i7-960 CPUs, which as of this writing... More
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