You would never believe how large the Pascal based NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU is! Check it out along with more photos of the Tesla module and the insides of the server rack that will contain them, courtesy of QuantaPlex.
Is cognitive computing the same as artificial intelligence? And what has deep learning with NVIDIA's GPUs got to do with all of this? In the second keynote at NVIDIA GTC 2016, Rob High, IBM Fellow and CTO of IBM Watson, walked us through some insightful aspects how data overload is urgently creating the need for such cognitive systems to better make sense of things.
What happens when HDR meets OLED? Well, let's just say it's a sight to behold. If you're the kind that settles for nothing less than the very best, know that LG's 2016 OLED TV fleet is about to hit retail, including the oh-so-nice Signature G6.
Compatible with all HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, LG’s newest Super UHD TVs also come equipped with IPS 4K panel technologies, including ColorPrime Plus, Billion Rich Colors, and more. More details after the jump.
The one with 40% off Citizen watches. And a fun fact about puppies.
Ever wondered what the graphics visualization giant's headquarters look like inside? We managed to get access to visit NVIDIA's campus and HQ located at Santa Clara, California. So join us for a brief walk-through.
What does a beast like the ASUS ROG GX700 look like on the inside? We decided to take apart the liquid-cooling dock and pop off the bottom of the notebook to take a peek at the innards.
Our HWZ Malaysia team managed to spend some time with the Vortex, MSI's compact gaming powerhouse. As it turns out, this little machine is capable of serving up quite a monstrous performance.
NVIDIA's annual Graphics Technology Conference (GTC) has yet to start, but we can already foresee that the highlights would be on the Pascal GPU, new developments in Deep Learning and NVIDIA's goal of self-driving cars. There are actually so many technologies working behind the scenes to make the autonomous car a reality that we believe car tech will be NVIDIA's biggest focus this year besides VR gaming. Read on to see why.
Classic Sega games and a really good pair of headphones on sale nao.
April Fool's Day has come and gone and it's probably safe to start believing news again. But in case you were hiding from all the jokes and pranks, we've rounded up some of our favorites.
Even computers don't live forever. But when our faithful companions lose their spark, don't toss them in the garbage! Here are some creative ways to give their mortal bodies a new lease on life. Some of these will definitely raise a few eyebrows.
Qualcomm recently held an event in Singapore to talk more about its crown jewel, the Snapdragon 820 SoC. The chip is already found in seven flagship devices and has been designed from the ground up to enable better user experiences in areas as diverse as VR, photography, connectivity.
Yes, the angle of view is still pretty limited. But its other aspects are exciting.
Bro, do you even iPad? We do, and we’ve got the newest 9.7” iPad Pro in pictures, together with its iPad bros.
The 2016 Sony World Photography Awards is one of the biggest photography competitions in the world, and this year it attracted a record-breaking 230,103 photographs from over 186 countries. Here's a gallery of the winning images in the Open and Youth categories, selected from a total of 103,005 entries.
Don’t call it a comeback, it’s been here for years. Rocking its peers and putting others in fear.
It may be April Fool's Day, but these deals are no joke!
We've got our hands on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 in Gold. Is the build quality acceptable? Does the phone look like it's value for money? Check these photos out for some first impressions.
It looks like the haze is making a comeback. If you haven't bought one already, here's a guide to the top five things to look for when buying a home air purifier.
Spotify's Discover Weekly is great for uncovering new songs, but it also reintroduced me to some old songs that I loved but had forgotten about. Its recommendations were uncannily accurate, and I'm sure you've wondered at some time or other how Spotify does it. Well, here's how.