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Wednesday, 6 Apr 2016
HP has unveiled two new mobile printers that are part of its OfficeJet line-up. The OfficeJet 250 Mobile AIO printer and the OfficeJet 200 Mobile printer both support Wi-Fi Direct, with the AIO model even enabling document scanning while on-the-go.
HP has announced a new line of PageWide printers for businesses, all of which are designed to offer much lower operational costs, improved power efficiency, and unparalleled print speeds.
Panasonic has just announced the release of the DMC-GX85 for LUMIX G, a Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera that is capable of 4K video and incorporates a new 5-axis Dual I.S system for better shake reduction.
Purpose built and engineered for deep learning, the NVIDIA DGX-1 is a rack-mounted server that can deliver 170TFLOPS of FP16 processing throughput, boasts numerous Pascal based Tesla P100 GPUs, and much more. Check out who was it designed for and its full set of specs!
The encryption is in full force, and it protects calls, messages, attachments, and media content sent by fellow users in group chats and one-to-one conversation.
Qantas and Tesla have just signed a new partnership together, and marked it by racing a Boeing 737-800 aircraft against a Tesla Model S P90D electric car.
Canon has just announced their latest camera, the EOS 1D X Mark II. The 1D X line is Canon’s flagship range of full-frame cameras, with high-performance and rugged bodies for the action photographer, and it is their fastest shooter yet.
Just unveiled at the 2016 GPU Technology Conference is the most advanced compute accelerator ever. With 15.3-billion transistors in the new 16nm FinFET GPU die, 16GB of HBM2 memory and 10.6 teraflops of F32 (single precision) performance, this is the Tesla P100 strong-scale HPC GPU.
AMD has announced that its seventh-generation Bristol Ridge APUs are shipping to OEMs ahead of time. Bristol Ridge is based on the same 28nm architecture as Carrizo, but will feature improvements like minor microarchitecture manufacturing tweaks and a DDR4 memory controller.
Tuesday, 5 Apr 2016
HP has just announced the Spectre, a brand new 13.3-inch ultrabook that is the world's thinnest laptop at just 10.4mm thick. Now, how's that for thin?