Tuesday, 7 Jun 2016
Bloomberg reports that Samsung is planning to unveil two smartphone models with bendable screens in early 2017. Read on to find out more!
Not too long ago, it seemed that Nest Labs was the company that could do no wrong. Google bought Nest Labs for US$3.2 billion, leading many to speculate that with their powers combined, the two companies could bring Google into the hardware business in a big way. That didn’t happen.
Blizzard and Facebook are now working together, allowing Blizzard’s game titles to use Facebook login credentials and Facebook live streaming.
No thanks to dwindling sales of hard disk drives and a challenging PC market, Western Digital is reportedly looking to lay-off some 400 workers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Colorful has unveiled a proof-of-concept design featuring an Intel B150 motherboard with an integrated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070. If the board ever makes it to market, it could potentially add an unprecedented level of gaming performance to ultra-compact systems and mini PCs.
Monday, 6 Jun 2016
Intel has launched its new "Broadwell-EX" Xeon processor E7-8800 and 4800 v4 series. With the new processors, Intel has up the ante, in terms of performance, reliability and security, for advanced analytics in real-time decisions. Read on to uncover the capabilities of the latest Xeon E7 family processors.
Designed for large venues, the EB-G7000 series also features the world’s first zero-offset ultra-short throw lens.
The LG Stylus 2 Plus is like the LG Stylus 2, but with a sharper display and a processor at a higher clock-rate.
The flagship Imageclass MF515x comes with advanced features like embedded uniFLOW output management solution, optional barcode printing, and eMaintenance support, while the MF416dw focuses on providing fast performance and an enhanced user experience.
There are rumors that point to the intention of NVIDIA to do away with mobile graphics chipset of its recently launched GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070 GPUs.