Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016
Acer just announced the Switch Alpha 12, an affordable Surface Pro clone that comes with closed-loop liquid cooling. The company has also managed to implement a fanless design, even though the device supports up to an Intel Core i7 CPU.
Reports have surfaced that certain early retail units of the 4GB version of the Radeon RX 480 actually come with 8GB of RAM. The hidden RAM can supposedly be unlocked by upgrading the BIOS.
LeEco unveils their latest Le Max2 “superphone”, touting 6GB RAM and a boost to 128GB onboard storage.
Western Digital just announced that its expanding certain models of its My Passport drives to up to 4TB of storage.
Microsoft has taken to showing Windows 7 and 8.1 users a full-screen notification that the Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on 29 July.
The new Jabra Halo Smart is a set of wireless Bluetooth headphones that matches great audio with a quality microphone for a better experience when making calls.
Security researcher Dymtro Oleksiuk has uncovered a critical flaw in the BIOS of Lenovo PCs that could let attackers circumvent Windows' basic security protocols. However, while the vulnerability was found on Lenovo PCs, other manufacturers using the same BIOS software could also be vulnerable.
MSI has announced that its upcoming MSI X99A Workstation motherboard has passed the NVIDIA Quadro SLI certification. More Intel X99 and Z170 boards are expected to be certified in the coming weeks as well.
The Korea Times reports that Samsung is spinning off its OLED business division while planning an exit strategy for LCDs. Read on to find out why!
Samsung has filed a trademark application in the European Union (EU) for Samsung Pay Mini which it describes as a mobile payment application (software) for smartphones.