Monday, 13 Jul 2015
Sapphire has announced the Tri-X Radeon R9 Fury, a custom card that comes decked out in its triple-fan Tri-X cooler and a thick aluminium backplate.
Nikon has just issued another service advisory for the D750, this time regarding possible image shading from the shutter.
Apple Music may have only just launched, but US government Federal Trade Commission antitrust regulators are already looking into claims over whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps on its App Store platform is illegal under antitrust laws.
A study conducted by United Patents found that nearly 90% of all patent lawsuits filed in the first half of this year were by patent trolls.
Gigabyte has unveiled details on new features on its upcoming Intel 100-series motherboards, which will support Intel's next-generation Skylake processors.
BlackBerry announced that it would be working with Google to bring a more secure, enterprise version of Android Lollipop. Read on to find out more.
Xiaomi has sent out media invites for an event on 16 July with a teaser that the product will be rather thin.
Watchmaker Original Grain thinks you’d want to wear its Barrel watch and the Apple Watch on the same wrist
The mechanism that allows this is the company’s Duo adapter, a custom molded clasp that links directly from the watch’s band to the Apple Watch’s lugs.
While a new build isn’t surprising to us, the fact that it has the same build number as the latest preview build for PCs is, as this suggests Microsoft considers both to be at the level of polish.
Sunday, 12 Jul 2015
Google plans to improve its spam filter feature on Gmail by introducing an artificial neural network that can detect and block especially sneaky spam. Read on to find out more!