We chat with Ken Block at SEMA and learn about his F-Series truck build

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Ford Performance is helping with the truck build.

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Amazon Prime Video is available on Xbox consoles worldwide

There's more to the Xbox One X than just 4K gaming. Beyond playing UHD Blu-rays, the console will stream media from your provider of choice in 4K, too. That includes Amazon Prime Video, which is now available worldwide on Xbox consoles following its…

The FJ Company Signature model is a $200,000 Toyota Land Cruiser

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You won’t find anything else like it.

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You won’t have to pay to win in ‘Battlefront II’ after all

If nothing else, EA is listening to the fans for Star Wars: Battlefront II. After all, outcry was the reason the game will have a single-player campaign mode and an awful lot more depth. So, perhaps it isn't too surprising that the game company paid…

Intel, ARM Deepen Foundry Ties

At this year’s TechCon 2017, ARM announced that it is extending its partnership with Intel’s foundry business to build IP tailored for the x86 giant’s 22nm FinFET node. It’s a fascinating example of co-opetition from the processor rivals. ARM will deliver IP to enable a Cortex-A55 geared for midrange smartphones to run up to 2.35 GHz or down to 0.45V in its so-called 22FFL process.

ARM is already helping make in Intel’s flagship 10nm process a test chip due out before the end of the year using a next-gen Cortex-A SoC running at 3.5 GHz or 0.5V and delivering 0.25mW/MHz. Observers said the level of candor was new for Intel but key to establishing a foundry business it has been struggling — largely with its own culture — to stand up for years.

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