25 pictures of cosplayers, booth babes, and more from PAX Prime 2013
PAX Prime, AKA the Penny-Arcade Expo that takes place in downtown Seattle, has become one of the biggest gaming expos in the world. Unlike E3, which is closed off to industry personnel, the event is completely open to the gaming public. Below are some Pax Prime 2013 pictures that include shots of the awesome booths, cosplayers, famous game designers, and more!
AMD is intent on recapturing the enterprise market.
Roadmaps have a way of leaking onto the web, so rather than fight the inevitable, AMD this week decided to publicly disclose its server strategy and related processor roadmap as it attempts to gain back market share in enterprise and data center server markets. The chip designer also disclosed details of its 2014 server portfolio, including "Warsaw," "Berlin," and "Seattle" parts due out next year.
As Netflix looks to move further away from DVD-by-mail rentals and focus more attention on its streaming service, GameFly is taking the exact opposite approach and continues to beef up its games-by-mail operations. The videogame equivalent of Netflix (minus the streaming capability), GameFly is adding a fifth distribution center to help serve its expanding membership. This newest one will land in Seattle.