Intel XMP 3.0: Memory overclocking gets its first substantial upgrade since 2007

Intel has unveiled the first major update to its eXtreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology since the standard was introduced in 2007, bringing more profiles and (finally!) the ability to name them, too. XMP 3.0 will be introduced alongside DDR5 memory modules and increases the number of available factory profiles up from two to three…

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Why a leading Twitch streamer is founding her own talent management and brand consulting firm

In addition to protecting creators’ wellbeing by diversifying RTS’s revenue streams, Anys hopes to use her company to create more opportunities for female streamers and other creators in marginalized groups. The post Why a leading Twitch streamer is founding her own talent management and brand consulting firm appeared first on Digiday…

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Ad execs dismayed, but not surprised, by tactics Google allegedly used to control digital ad dollars

Update: An earlier version of this article stated that there were 10 states in the U.S. involved in an antitrust lawsuit against Google, whereas its actually 14 as more were added. We have therefore amended the article to reflect this. If advertisers and publishers are rattled by the latest allegations against Google then they’re not…

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‘There are suspicions’: Four confessions on Google’s influence over programmatic media

In the latest in our Confessions series, we spoke to four execs about the trials and tribulations they went through to find out how far Google is willing to go to control the flow of online media dollars. The post ‘There are suspicions’: Four confessions on Google’s influence over programmatic media appeared first on Digiday…

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