At AMD's Future of Compute event, Futuremark announced that their popular benchmark programs PCMark and 3DMark will be coming to Windows 10 as giving us a rundown on what it expects DirectX 12 to achieve.
In Samsung's vision of the future, everything with a screen is curved. Even devices without curved form factors have curved displays, like the new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, which has a display that curves right off the edge of the phone like a tiny super AMOLED waterfall. But is the Note Edge the future of smartphones or just a gimmick? We find out.
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.
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?
Going on a holiday, and looking for new gadgets to bring along? At this time of the year, your best bet is Sitex 2014, which will run from the 27th to 30th of November at the Singapore Expo. Stay tuned to this spot as we update our list of bargains as they become known. Here's what we've amassed so far.
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.
Apple has just revised its App Store's download buttons, free apps now says "Get" instead of "Free".
If you're a parent of a kid (or even a curious kitten or puppy), one of the fears you probably have is your child playing (or poking or prodding) a live power outlet. What would you say if we tell you that there's (potentially) a product that might eliminate that fear entirely?
Google has been Firefox's default search engine since 2004, but things are set to change soon. Mozilla and Yahoo have just announced that Yahoo will be Firefox's default search engine for the next five years.