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Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
On a muted note, Intel has released the 14nm-based “Braswell” systems on a chip that aim to power entry-level desktops and notebooks. Find out more about these new systems on a chip here.
Imagine if Google Maps had a mod that lets you play Pac-Man on the roads. Imagine no more.
Cameras come in all shapes and sizes, but we've never seen one quite like this.
Facebook is making it easier for parents to organize and share pictures of their kids with its new Scrapbook feature, which will let parents sort through all of the pictures of their children and tag them, automatically placing any tagged photos into one easy to view album.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2015
Adobe’s newly released Adobe Comp CC is an app for the iPad that lets you quickly create layout concepts for web, print and mobile on the go. And it’s free! More details within.
Jerry Shen, CEO of ASUS revealed at a press conference last week that the company will be bringing fingerprint recognition technology to their smartphones later this year.
Monday, 30 Mar 2015
The European Commission has just announced that they’re looking into a digital single market strategy, with the aim of letting businesses better expand within the European Union.
AMD has used Futuremark's new 3DMark API Overhead feature test to demonstrate the performance gains of the next-generation DirectX 12 API on its own hardware. The results show a significant increase in CPU draw calls over DirectX 11, improved performance-per-watt, and better utilization of multi-core CPUs, which should be welcome news to both gamers and developers.
YouTube has began experimenting with gorgeous new 4K videos running at 60 frames per second. Obviously, they look great, but unfortunately, you will need a powerful system to run them smoothly.
HTC China just published the One E9+ on its website which reveals some flagship worthy specs such as a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display, a 64-bit octa-core processor and a 13-megapixel rear camera. Read on to find out more.