Xbox Series X graphics source code reportedly stolen and leaked

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A hacker has apparently stolen source code from AMD, and leaked the code on Github. Word has is that the graphics source code includes details about the Xbox Series X — if nothing else, it seems to contain info about AMD’s upcoming GPUs. According to TorrentFreak, Github removed a repository at the request of AMD, which filed an official DMCA takedown notice. AMD also identified four other repositories containing the information, all of which have apparently been removed. The notices (which you can read here) explicitly state that the content was “stolen from AMD.” It doesn’t say exactly what the content is,…
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