Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012
NVIDIA has announced the availability of CUDA 5 that has been updated to support the new features of the Kepler GPU. The company also unveiled its new online CUDA Resource Center that is a one-stop shop for developers to take advantage of the benefits of GP-GPU computing.
EVGA is doubling up its Step-Up Program from 16 October to 21 December 2012. Users who purchase an EVGA graphics card or motherboard will be able to participate in the program within a 180 days, instead of the usual 90 days. Read on to see if you qualify for the promotion.
Following up with its trademark PadFone combination of an Android smartphone and dockable tablet, ASUS has officially introduced its second-gen ASUS PadFone 2 and a thinner, lighter Padfone 2 station.
Acer has announced the availability and pricing details for its two new Windows 8 AIOs, the Acer Aspire 7600U and 5600U. The 23-inch Aspire 5600U will be available from October 26 while its larger 27-inch brethren will be available in late November.
The Korean company has issued a press release today, shedding some light on when to expect Android 4.1 on their devices.
Logitech has introduced a new lineup of products specifically designed to work with the Windows 8 touch interface, including the Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650, Touch Mouse T620, and Zone Touch Mouse T400.
With rumors announcing the iPad Mini's imminent release on 23 October, MacRumor, has recently received a pair of photographs of the upcoming tablet's battery.
Apple's October 23rd event is expected to reveal the much talked about 7-inch iPad Mini, followed by the 13-inch Macbook Pro with Retina display. And as if that wasn't enough, there's also speculation that the event will feature redesigned iMacs and updated Mac Minis.
With Windows 8's launch date just ten days away, the countdown is officially underway with Microsoft rolling out its first 30 second commercial for the new OS. Check it out inside:
Foursquare, the app previously known as a location-based social network, has been shifting its emphasis over its last few iterations to a local social search engine for good picks. While you used to have to be a member to use Foursquare, the company has now opened up its search engine to anyone who wants to look for good food, shopping or sights and sound.