News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 27 Mar 2014
The 6.44-inch ZTE Nubia X6 also sports a Snapdragon 801 processor and up to 128GB of internal storage.
Wednesday, 26 Mar 2014
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card was unveiled during NVIDIA CEO’s keynote address at this year’s GTC. Its specifications are of monstrous proportions; it features a pair of Kepler GPUs, with 12GB of video memory.
At this year’s GTC, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has announced Pascal, the next generation GPU family that will replace the current Maxwell GPU series. The new GPU is named after 17th century mathematician, Blaise Pascal, and will be available in 2016.
Version 4 of Yamaha's AV Controller mobile app adds support for the company's 2014 network AVR models, and brings several new features, including DSP Parameter Adjustment.
Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014
Wireless storage drives command a notable premium over regular drives, but Toshiba's new Stor.e Wireless Adapter will help turn any external hard disk into a wireless one, thus saving you a tidy sum from not ditching your existing drive.
Cisco has plans to invest up to US$1 billion dollars over the next two years to provide enterprise-level cloud computing services. Known as the Cisco Cloud Services, the company aims to deliver its offerings with and through Cisco partners.
It seems Google is determined to put Glass, its wearable computer, in the hands of more people. And eyewear maker, Luxottica, might just be the one to help the Mountain View company with that.
We now have more information on what's coming in the BlackBerry 10.3 OS update, thanks to leaked screenshots and a leaked ROM for the BlackBerry Z10.
Monday, 24 Mar 2014
Microsoft has revealed DirectX 12 will work across key Microsoft devices from phones and tablets, to desktop PCs and laptops, and its new Xbox One game console. The gaming and programming API has been redesigned for faster and more efficient performance.
Following its purchase of Motorola earlier this year, Lenovo is now buying up patents related to 3G and 4G technologies from U.S. company Unwired Planet, spending a total of US$100 million for 21 patents.