- Reads from WWW
Monday, 2 Nov 2015
Thanks to deep learning algorithms, you may not have to update the signature database of your next-generation anti-virus software.
With a name to match its asking price, the 800 Series Diamond by Bowers & Wilkins gets a slew of upgrades as the audio brand moves into its 50th year of operations.
In the near future, your next-gen graphics cards may feature new GDDR5X video memory modules. Will it breathe new life into the current GDDR5 standard, and pose a challenge to AMD’s High Bandwidth Memory (HBM)?
Sunday, 1 Nov 2015
The Huawei Nexus 6P is put through a series of torture tests such as scratching, burning and bending to see how tough it is. Hit the link to find out how the first all-metal Nexus flagship smartphone fared in these test!
The Korea Times reports that Samsung Group is planning to layoff up to 30% of its workforce to save costs. Staff in finance, human resources and marketing are said to be affected.
Saturday, 31 Oct 2015
9to5Mac reports that Apple is planning to start selling the 12.9-inch iPad Pro on 11th November via its online stores and physical stores. Training for Apple's support staff is reportedly scheduled for completion by 6th November.
ETNews reports that Samsung has confirmed plans to launch the Galaxy S7 smartphone in January 2016. In addition, Samsung is said to be revamping its strategy on smartphones. Hit the link to find out more!
Huawei has hired former Apple creative director Abigail Brody to lead the design of interfaces for its mobile devices. Read on to find out more!
Android and Chrome OS SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer tweeted that the company is "very committed to Chrome OS" and there is still substantial momentum for Chromebooks.
Friday, 30 Oct 2015
The software giant has finally entered into an agreement to settle the patent infringement lawsuit with Creative subsidiary ZiiLabs.