Monday, 24 Nov 2014
If you're into gaming, you'd have probably heard of Atari and its infamous E.T. cart. It was supposed to be so bad that it caused the whole industry to crash in 1983. Ever wondered if the urban legend that said unsold copies of the game were dumped in the desert was true? Wonder no more.
At China's World Internet Conference, Xiaomi's CEO has set a bold target of becoming the number one smartphone maker within the next 10 years.
Fancy a 13MP front-facing camera for all your selfies? Details on the HTC Desire Eye's price and availability after the jump.
Codenamed Carrizo, the new APU will directly succeed AMD's big Kaveri launch early this year and is aimed at performance mobile computing devices, including the currently trending convertible form factor models, and AIO desktops. Leading the change in Carrizo is its new Excavator core, so dig in for in for more details and expectations.
Sunday, 23 Nov 2014
Thus far, it has only been mostly western developers who are developing games that'll use Mantle technology. At AMD's Future of Compute event though, that changed. Two giants in the Japanese video games industry have signed on. Who are they? Read on to find out.
Saturday, 22 Nov 2014
At AMD's Future of Compute event, Futuremark announced that their popular benchmark programs PCMark and 3DMark will be coming to Windows 10 as well as giving us a rundown on what it expects DirectX 12 to achieve.
Friday, 21 Nov 2014
Corning has unveiled its 4th-gen smartphone display glass, Gorilla Glass 4. The company says the new glass is at least two times as durable as other aluminosilicate glasses.
Sony has announced the launch of the A7II, the successor to their original mirrorless camera with a full-frame sensor. Find out what's changed after the jump.
Thursday, 20 Nov 2014
AMD's Freesync is set to completely eliminate screen-tearing in games if everything goes smoothly. Samsung has stepped up to the plate in support of AMD, with plans to release Freesync compatible monitors. Will AMD and Samsung be the driving forces behind one of gaming's next big thing?
Alcatel Onetouch, one of Europe's leading mobile phone manufacturers is coming to Singapore, and will be launching two of its most popular budget-friendly smartphone ranges at Sitex 2014 next week: the 4G LTE-compatible Pop S range and the super affordable Pop D.