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Stardock: PC gaming is about to break free of 'poisonous' decade-old standards

Game developers have been stuck with DirectX 9 and 2GB of memory for the past decade. While this hasn’t harmed first person shooters (they only have to manage a handful of objects at once), it has been poisonous to other genres. Next time you’re playing an RPG in first person with no party you can refer to DirectX 9 and 2GB of memory as a big reason for that.

ARM unveils super-efficient 32-bit microprocessor

ARM holdings announced a new microprocessor design based on the "Flycatcher" architecture yesterday, which the UK firm believes will pave the way for a wave of internet connected consumer devices. The self-titled "world’s most energy efficient microprocessor" is expected to…