Things are never boring in the world of iOS gaming, and that’s true once again this week. The majority of my time over at TouchArcade this week has been negotiating and scheduling all sorts of upcoming news under embargo that I wish I could talk about as I hate sitting on really awesome stories. But, in the interest of keeping everyone happy, I’d just keep your eyes glued to these roundups over the next couple of weeks for some pleasant surprises in the world of mobile gaming.
Google’s AlphaGo retires after beating Chinese Go champion
After winning a three-game match against Chinese grandmaster Ke Jie in what is revered as the world’s most demanding strategy game, Google’s gaming AI AlphaGo is retiring. With nothing left to prove, AlphaGo’s developers from Google-owned artificial … Read more on ZDNet
Ryzen 5 1600X: Building a versatile work-and-play PC with AMD’s 6-core CPU champion
The Ryzen 5 1600X is here, and AMD’s affordable processor is just as disruptive as the high-end Ryzen 7 CPUs. Hell, maybe even more so. Sure, the 1600X still isn’t quite as fast as the 7600K in some games, but Ryzen nevertheless games like a champ when … Read more on PC World
First Video Teaser For Xiaomi’s Pinecone Processor Features Two Time World Memory Champion
Xiaomi is all set to announce its first ever processor, the Xiaomi Pinecone chipset on February 28. We already have seen a couple of warm up teasers from the company, including a poll asking fans which Pinecone logo was the best. Now, the company has … Read more on gizmochina.com