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Since the acquisition of Altera not long ago – an FPGA specialist – there have been many questions, some of which are if the FPGA business is here to stay and if Intel's IA architecture will eventually replace ARM. We give you the latest updates on Intel and FPGA from day 3 at IDF 2016.
Intel IDF 2016 - Day 2 highlights: Silicon Photonics, Knights Mill Xeon Phi, 5G and distributed computing
How are the networks and data centers of today going to cope with the data explosion of tomorrow? That’s where innovations in technology such as Silicon Photonics, Knights Mill Xeon Phi, 5G, distributed computing and more, fall in place to bridge our smart and connected future. Find out more in our feature!
Intel's Project Alloy is the first high quality fully untethered VR experience headset that is also the only one to offer a Mixed Reality experience. What is it and what can you expect? We got you covered, including a demo from the keynote that shows it all!
It's that time of the year when Intel hosts its Intel Developers Forum at San Francisco and HardwareZone is reporting directly from Moscone Center where IDF16 is taking place. If you missed our highlights on social media, we've compiled them right here for you.
Love watching the latest Hollywood blockbusters? CatchPlay is a Netflix of sorts for movie lovers, and it's now available in Singapore. Learn more about it here.
HWZ members first to preview Games Hub, a dedicated game store within Harvey Norman's Millenia Walk superstore
Gamers, rejoice! There is a new premium game store in town, and it's the Harvey Norman Games Hub at Millenia Walk. Along with 100 HardwareZone members, we had a sneak preview of the store before its official opening on August 13. So let's check it out!
We've been seeing lots of feedback about the new stylus-based Samsung flagship smartphone. We have some input, and this should address some burning questions before you make the purchase.
Fujifilm Singapore held a launch event for their newest flagship, the X-T2 at the Luxe Art Museum yesterday, and we were on hand to bring a quick first looks at the camera.
The Galaxy Note7 is Samsung's first dual-curved display, and IP68 dust and water resistant Note device, and also the first ever Samsung device with both an iris scanner and a USB Type-C port. With this many firsts, the Note7 is looking mighty impressive. We take a closer look.
Tonight, we find out what features are really unique to the Note7 after the mountain of rumors we've gathered to-date. Join us and find out now!
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- POSB runs trial for in-school contactless payment system
- AT&T announces deal to acquire Time Warner for more than US$85 billion
- AMD cuts Radeon RX 460 and 470 prices in response to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 launch
- 4 reasons why you'll want the LG gram 15 notebook
- Spotted in Australia: Google Pixel Smartphones in retail
- Two different modems found in the iPhone 7, one performs 30% better