Tuesday, 26 Apr 2016
Singtel has just announced the opening of its Cyber Security Institute, an initiative that aims to provide training for businesses to deal with cyber attacks.
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.
Reports suggest that Facebook is currently working on a standalone camera app to get people to take and share more photos and videos.
An official at Xiaomi's component partner reportedly told the Korea Times that Xiaomi will be unveiling its in-house mobile processors in May.
Monday, 25 Apr 2016
AMD has expanded the reach of its Wraith CPU cooler to its FX-8350 and FX-6350 unlocked processors, thus allowing system builders on a budget to take advantage of the wider availability of the improved cooler.
NVIDIA's Tesla P100 Pascal data center GPUs may feature HBM2, but its consumer-oriented Pascal cards may still end up using GDDR5 memory.
It sports a native WUXGA resolution, supports full HD, and is capable of a brightness of 6,000 lumens and contrast ratio of 2,000:1 thanks to a unique AISYS optical engine.
According to Apple, all new watchOS apps submitted to the App Store on 1st June 2016 or later must be native apps built with the watchOS 2 SDK or later.