Friday, 29 Apr 2016
Secretlab has launched the Omega Elite, a more premium version of the original Omega that comes with an all-leather finish and larger casters. Yes, this means no more PU leather.
Movidius has unveiled the Fathom Neural Compute Stick, a USB device that houses its very own Myriad 2 deep learning chip. This could allow drones, robots and other devices to take advantage of the local, real-time image processing capabilities of the chip.
The Smart Racquet has two main tracking modes, which can be used to badminton performance throughout a match or for coaching fellow players.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2016
Twitter user leaked the first sightings of upcoming Samsung Gear wearables.
Intel has detailed a proposal for a new USB-C Digital Audio standard, which would replace the analog 3.5mm audio jack and help complete the shift from analog to digital.
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016
Twitter's user base grew in the last quarter, but things still aren't looking great for the company.
Nokia has announced plans to acquire French digital health firm Withings for US$191 million in cash, a sign of a bigger push into the consumer tech market on the part of the Finnish company.
Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016
Valve and Lionsgate have announced a partnership to bring over 100 Lionsgate feature films to Steam, including blockbuster franchises like The Hunger Games, Twilight, and Divergent. However, the films cannot be downloaded and are available for rental only.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced two new US$25 visible-light and infrared camera modules that feature an 8-megapixel Sony IMX219 sensor.
Should these manufacturing rumors be true, we will be seeing Samsung OLED television units sometime next year.