Friday, 30 Mar 2012
Marketed refresh rates on modern LCD television sets have multiplied exponentially in recent times. HD Guru weighs in his thoughts on how some of the top TV makers have been substituting refresh rate specifications with their own artificial numbers.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
Qualcomm today announced its plans to establish an integrated circuit (IC) design and engineering R&D Center in Singapore. In addition, it is working with a local school and Microsoft on the WE Learn mobile education project, which uses 3G smartphones to build a 21st century classroom experience.
With a boost clock 92MHz higher than the standard speed, the JetStream GeForce GTX 680 card performs 9dB quieter and 8 degrees Celsius cooler, and achieves 12.5% higher at 3DMark 11 Xscore and averages 10% higher among all the popular gaming titles.
Rumors are going around about a new DSLR that Nikon is about to release next month which supposedly features a 24-megapixel sensor. Read on to see more leaked specs of the camera.
After being delayed and derailed off their original first quarter 2012 release, its has been leaked that the first round of Ivy Bridge processors may be available at the tail end of April 2012.
Evernote releases updates for its Android app and Android widget app, which includes speech to text transcription and widget customization.
Nexus S, Xoom Wi-Fi and Galaxy Nexus users will be the first to receive Android 4.0.4, with more devices getting it in the coming weeks. The update includes better camera performance, smoother screen rotation and stability improvements.
According to rumors, the next Playstation might be called "Orbis", will sport AMD components and will probably be ready in time for the 2013 holiday season.
Hot on the heels of the recent launch of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 GPU, EVGA announces the arrival of EVGA GeForce GTX 680 Superclocked graphics cards series. Read on to find out more these exciting new cards from EVGA!
The elusive GK110 could well be the real flagship of the Kepler architecture, and to further confirm it exists, NVIDIA's upcoming GTC event line-up lists the Kepler as a 7-billion transistor GPU. But this monster GPU could be relegated to the server space for some time to come.