There’s a rumor that Intel may be planning some significant price cuts on its CPUs, but they might reflect wishful thinking more than reality. Then again, they might not.

The Atari 520ST was Atari’s first 16-bit salvo in the personal computer wars of the 1980s. A new book by Jamie Lendino shows the tremendous influence the ST had on both gaming and music production.

The Atari VCS finally has a release date, but it’s not clear it has a role to play. ‘Raspberry Pi of the living room’ is a tough target to hit.

Wrapping up our E3 coverage, we turn our attention to the various software improvements AMD has promised for its GPUs. Here’s what is coming down the pipe.

At E3 this week, AMD finally unveiled exactly which improvements are baked into its third-generation Ryzen CPU, based on the Zen 2 architecture.

AMD announced its new 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X at E3 this week. 7nm has been exceedingly good to the company.

AMD announced its Navi graphics cards and RDNA architecture at E3, with substantial improvements in both raw performance and performance per watt.

Microsoft revealed new details on its next-generation Project Scarlett game console at E3, including ray tracing support, 120fps capabilities, and 8K support.

Stadia probably won’t set the gaming world on fire when it launches in late 2019, but it might still be the gaming platform of the future. Google’s going to have to stick with it, though.

GameStop’s stock has fallen by 40 percent this week after its Q1 earnings call. Investors were not satisfied with the company’s financials or its plans for recovery.