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HP’s tiny Xeon-powered PC puts the Mac Mini to shame

by Steve Dent, Engadget

The Z2 Mini has workstation-class parts from Intel and NVIDIA.

HP has unveiled the Z2 Mini, a mini PC that packs workstation-class parts, including an Intel Xeon CPU, NVIDIA Quadro mobile M620 graphics and M.2 SSD tech. It managed to squeeze that power into a 2.3-inch-high case that’s “90 percent smaller than a traditional business-class tower,” HP wrote. In its top configuration, the device is twice as powerful as any mini PC on the market, letting it run up to six displays in a stock configuration. Continue reading HP’s tiny Xeon-powered PC puts the Mac Mini to shame

Nvidia has made your GPU the newest spying device in your PC

by Tyson O’Ham, Privacy News Online

The newest Windows driver update from graphics silicon manufacturer nVidia comes with more than just game optimizations and bug-fixes (and disappointingly little of those at that.) If you have an nVidia GPU in your PC, (and you more than likely do, according to market share data) and updated your driver recently, then you have one more company collecting behavioral data on you via telemetry. Continue reading Nvidia has made your GPU the newest spying device in your PC