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Friday, 19 Aug 2016
The new virtualization software also comes with over 20 simple single-function tools for Mac and Windows VMs, and it’s compatible with the latest Windows and Mac operating systems.
Facebook has announced a partnership with game engine company Unity to build a desktop gaming platform like Steam. The downloadable app would support traditional Facebook games, iOS and Android mobile games that have been ported over, and likely even more demanding titles like those usually found on Valve's client.
The PH450U is able to display an 80-inch 720p image from just 33cm from the screen. And at 450 lumens, it's the brightest battery-powered UST projector available in the market today.
Thursday, 18 Aug 2016
AMD has released more details on its upcoming Zen CPUs and AM4 socket. The company expects Zen to find its way into a wide range of applications, from fanless 2-in-1 systems to data centers and servers. Desktop Zen processors will launch first in early 2017, with others to follow later.
Nikon’s latest entry-level offering is the new DX-format D3400, with built-in SnapBridge support for easy sharing of your photos to your favorite social platforms.
Huawei’s smartphone sub-brand releases a new signature device in US, and it features the same dual rear camera configuration, sans the Leica branding.
MSI has announced the X99A SLI and 970A Gaming Pro Carbon motherboards at Gamescom 2016. The X99A SLI features an all-black design much like the older X99A SLI Plus, while the 970A Gaming Pro Carbon marks MSI's introduction of its signature carbon fiber finish to its line of AMD boards.
The second generation Xeon Phi coprocessor was only launched early this year, but already Intel was eager to share what’s next in their pipeline and how that will propel A.I. even further.
Samsung Electronics Singapore has announced that beginning August 31, Maybank credit or debit cardmembers will be able to make transactions at merchant locations across Singapore using Samsung Pay on their compatible Samsung smartphones.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
In the last two years, we've showcased what Intel's RealSense technology can do for everyday scenarios and personalize computing like never before. With amazing outcomes and driving the robotics and drones scene, Intel has today unleashed more dev kits for creating even more amazing solutions.