Tuesday, 5 Nov 2013
Following AMD's most extravagant GPU launch in a long time, the company has released a slightly pared down edition of the Radeon R9 290X in the form of the Radeon R9 290 and made it much more affordable.
Acer chairman and CEO JT Wang announced his resignation following the company's disappointing financial results in Q3.
To promote safer driving behavior, Samsung has developed an "Eyes on the Road" mobile app that helps drivers switch off mobile distractions when they get into their cars by activating the Drive Safe mode.
Nikon has just announced the Df, short for Digital Fusion, a retro-inspired DSLR camera with a 16MP full-frame sensor inside. The camera is built with manual operators in mind, with mechanical dials which harken back to the film SLRs of old. Click through to find out what else is new with the Df.
OS X Mavericks have reported that upgrading to the latest OS has caused them to lose data on their external storage devices.
Mobile app analytics company Fiksu claims that the Apple iPad Air is selling at a much faster rate compared to the iPad 4 and iPad Mini at launch.
AMD announced another three major game studios have adopted its new Mantle graphics API technology. The studios are working to incorporate the Mantle API into their upcoming game releases.
With headquarters still in Hong Kong, the company has in-house global teams of more than 50 designers and 30 sound experts, as well as advanced capabilities in consumer insight research and product creation.
Microsoft has acknowledged mouse lag issues in some games on Windows 8.1 and is currently working on a fix. In the meanwhile, there are a few workarounds you can try.
Monday, 4 Nov 2013
BlackBerry just announced that it will receive US$1 billion of funding from Fairfax Financial and other investors. In addition, CEO Thorsten Heins will step down and be replaced by John S. Chen who will act as interim CEO.