Monday, 7 Sep 2015
Gigabyte has unveiled what it says is the world's first Thunderbolt 3-certified motherboard, the Z170X-UD5 TH. The board comes with two USB Type-C connectors on the rear for Thunderbolt 3 support, and also includes support for both DisplayPort 1.2 and USB 3.1.
Authorities in China have revealed that over 15,000 people have been arrested as part of the country's program to curb cybercrime.
In conjunction with Singapore’s jubilee celebrations, Intel is also celebrating the 50th anniversary of Moore’s law with Invent 50, a contest that challenges students to come up with innovative solutions using Intel devices to problems plaguing our world today.
Now that the New Horizons space probe has passed Pluto, NASA will begin downloading data from it. And because the wireless transmission is so weak, it has estimated that it will take up a year to download all of the data from the probe.
You can now stream great shows from Amazon Instant Video at no extra cost via the LG’s app found on their WebOS operating system.
LCOS projectors are pricey and sometimes bulky, but Canon has found a way to bring us one with 4K resolution in a compact size.
9to5Mac reports that Apple is likely to call the pressure-sensitive technology on its new iPhones the "3D Touch Display". The technology is said to be an upgraded version of that found on the Apple Watch and trackpads of MacBooks.
Chinese company TalkingData claims in a report that over one million Apple Watches were sold in China since launch.
Bloomberg reports that Xiaomi is considering to enter the notebook market early next year. Its first notebook is said to be competing against Apple's MacBook lineup and Lenovo's ThinkPad.
BlackBerry announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Good Technology for US$425 million in cash. Hit the link to find out why BlackBerry is acquiring its rival.