Friday, 6 Sep 2013
Toshiba has unveiled the Encore tablet today, an 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with a 1200 x 800 pixel resolution multi-touch display, powered by an Intel Atom processor.
The HDMI 2.0 specifications have been announced, which features bandwidth that has been updated to 18Gbps, from 10.2Gbps of the older HDMI 1.4. Besides this, HDMI 2.0 also boasts of support for 4K video at a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 pixels. The new standard is backward compatible with its earlier versions.
Lenovo has just announced its new lineup of products at the IFA 2013, including two new Yoga devices. The Yoga 2 Pro comes as the successor to the original 13.3-inch Yoga, and the ThinkPad Yoga is built to take business users to new heights with its multimode design and business-heavy features.
After suffering US$15 billion in losses over the last two financial years, Panasonic has announced that it will pull out of the consumer smartphone market. This comes just a year after attempting to expand its smartphone business to Europe in March 2012.
The Tegra 4-PLUS-1 CPU architecture offers proven battery life savings by progressively powering on each of its four main CPU cores as they’re needed for increasingly more demanding tasks, and relying on its fifth battery-saver CPU core for less demanding tasks and active standby mode.
Qualcomm demonstrated a new augmented reality (AR) technology where apps powered by its Vuforia platform can enable users to transform the physical environment around them into gaming spaces.
Thursday, 5 Sep 2013
Patriot and Corsair have individually added three models to their Supersonic and Flash Voyager lineup of USB 3.0 flash drives respectively.
Samsung has added a 98-inch model in its S9 series of 4K ultra high-definition TVs at IFA 2013.
Samsung is showing off its 4K ultra high-definition OLED TVs at IFA 2013. The proof of concept is available in both curved and flat formats.
Samsung has just unveiled the world's first curved 4K ultra high-definition TV at IFA 2013.