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Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
Google's new Brotli compression algorithm could help web pages load a lot faster, in addition to reducing data transfer fees and battery consumption for mobile users.
Musicians rejoice, Apple has just released its new and free Music Memos app that was designed to help musicians quickly and easily record tracks.
Wednesday, 20 Jan 2016
Toshiba has updated its Z series business notebooks with the latest sixth-generation Intel Core vPro processors and released two new Portégé and Tecra notebooks. The new processors mean improved security and battery life for the notebooks, including access to the new Intel Authenticate feature.
Samsung has begun mass production of its next-generation HBM2 memory that will offer further improvements in terms of power efficiency, bandwidth, and performance.
Gigabyte's has just revealed the first gaming mouse in their Xtreme Gaming line. We have the details of Gigabyte's newest peripheral inside!
Corsair has expanded its Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory line-up with new memory kits, including a 128GB kit that runs at a speedy 3,000MHz.
Looks like many countries are obsessed with camels and cows.
Microsoft Philanthropies, with support from Microsoft Research and Microsoft Business Development, will donate US$1 billion in Microsoft cloud services to some 70,000 non-profits and university researchers over the next three years.
Intel wants to make business computing, a streamlined and hassle-free experience by leveraging on its 6th generation vPro enterprise platform. With both hardware and software services, Intel also aims to reduce the overall cost of implementing such services. Uncover more details about this platform refresh here.
Tuesday, 19 Jan 2016
It’s not exactly new, considering how fast technology is advancing. The World Economic Forum conducted a worldwide research, finally arriving at a number and a time to that sentiment. The new industrial revolution will see five million jobs lost to robots in five years or less, among other findings.