Tuesday, 29 Oct 2013
NVIDIA has just announced that its new GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card will be available at a suggested e-tail price of US$699. They also announced price revisions to the GeForce GTX 780 and GTX 770.
A limitation of the advanced compact cameras has always been their focal range, and the Stylus 1 gets rid of that with a 10.7x optical zoom lens that has a constant aperture of f/2.8 throughout its zoom range. The camera also sports a built-in hot shoe and 3 EV-stop ND filter. Hit the link for more details.
NVIDIA has rolled out the ShadowPlay feature in its latest GeForce Experience update. ShadowPlay was announced last month at NVIDIA's Montreal 2013 event. It promises to let gamers record their gameplay without affecting their gaming experience.
Google will be releasing a new version of Google Glass which will be compatible with prescription eyewear. The option to switch to the new model will be given to all existing Glass users who purchased their device before 28th October 2013.
During Apple's fourth quarter earnings call, Apple CEO said that he was unsure whether they would have enough stock of iPad Minis when it launches.
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2013 fourth quarter. Hit the link to read about the figures and monies.
Monday, 28 Oct 2013
MSI has introduced its new Adora24 ultra-slim AIO series that incorporates flicker-free technology, and runs on the Windows 8 platform. Powered by Intel's 4th Gen Mobile Core i3/i5 processors and NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M discrete graphics, the AIO PC switches automatically between its integrated graphics and GT 740M graphics accordingly.
Rumors are hot that Nikon will be announcing a full-frame retro-styled camera this or next week. Click through for the speculated specs and the teaser videos that Nikon has been putting out.
Google recently launched Google WiFi Passport in Jakarta, Indonesia, that provides free and affordable wireless online access through designated Wi-Fi hotspots. This service is only available to Android users, whose devices are running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above.
Teardowns of the latest MacBook Pros with Retina display from Apple reveals that the newest models are just as difficult to repair and upgrade as its predecessor.