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DisplayPort Protocol Update Taps USB-C Whopping Speed For Streaming To 8K Displays At 60 FPS

VESA just updated the DisplayPort transfer protocol and the new provisions herald an exciting future. Your smartphone could someday push 8K video to a display via USB Type-C, with visually lossless Display Stream Compression.

Computers March 3, 2016

Samsung Outs 16TB SSD But The Big Question Is 'How Much?'

Samsung is rolling out the 16 TB SSD it showcased last year, and while it does offer a huge capacity, it will also come with a pretty hefty price tag.

Computers March 3, 2016

Raspberry Pi 3 vs. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B: Quick Specs Comparison

Raspberry recently released its latest microcomputer that could get techies all excited. We compared the specs of the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with the ones from the latest Raspberry Pi 3 to show you what changed.

Computers February 29, 2016

Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Ads Show Off What PCs Can Do That Macs Can’t

The new Windows 10 ads are clearly indicating the difference between PCs and Macs. They highlighted some features that the competitor doesn't have – from a more secure method of signing in, to a touch screen that lets users draw right on the display.

Computers February 29, 2016

Biological Supercomputer Can Solve Complex Problems Using Less Energy

Scientists have developed a new biological supercomputer model powered by adenosine triphosphate or ATP - a biochemical that enables internal energy transfers among cells. It uses less energy and doesn't heat up unlike conventional supercomputers.

Computers February 27, 2016

Raspberry Pi 3 First Photos Emerge, Show Built-In Wi-Fi And Bluetooth LE

The first pictures of the Raspberry Pi 3 have surfaced on the Internet. These photos show that the next-generation Raspberry Pi is going to feature on-board Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Computers February 28, 2016

Lenovo Unveils New Windows 10 Hybrid Laptops For The Budget-Conscious

Lenovo announced the release of its new hybrid devices during the MWC in Barcelona. The YOGA 710 and YOGA 510 variants, along with the ideapad MIIX 310, will roll out from April to June of this year.

Computers February 22, 2016

Amazon Offers Razer Blade 14-Inch QHD+ Touchscreen Gaming Laptop 256 GB Or 512 GB At $200 Off

The 256 GB and 512 GB variants of the Razer Blade are now $200 off at Amazon. This could be the perfect time to get hold of an impressive gaming laptop at a slightly more affordable price.

Computers February 20, 2016

Nvidia Pascal GP100 GPU To Rock 4 TFLOPS Double Precision, 12 TFLOPS Single Precision Processing Power

Nvidia wants to help autonomous cars get better by using the computational power of GPUs. Enter the upcoming Pascal GPU100 GPU, which should pack 12 TFLOPs of Single Precision and four TFLOPs of Double Precision.

Computers February 20, 2016

Microsoft Surface Book Now Available In UK, Germany, Switzerland, France And Austria: Where To Buy

Microsoft's Surface Book finally hit several major retailers in Europe. Customers from the UK, Germany, Switzerland, France and Austria can now purchase the device at varying prices, depending on their preferred specifications.

Computers February 18, 2016

IBM Unveils z13s Mainframe With Faster Processing Speed, Better Security

IBM unveiled a new mainframe called z13s, which will bring faster processing and enhanced security without affecting the speed of the system. The mainframe will be available from March this year.

Computers February 16, 2016

Microsoft Could Be Working On Surface-Branded Modular PC For DIY Lovers

A new patent suggests that Microsoft could be working on a modular PC with stackable components. Here's what this modular PC would look like.

Computers February 17, 2016

Steam And Linux Gaming Poised To Thrive As Vulkan API Will Come Gunning For DirectX

Vulkan, the API that will boost graphics of Linux-based machines, Macs and mobile games is nearly here. The API is rumored to replace OpenGL, which will rock the computing world, and give DirectX 12 a run for its money.

Computers February 14, 2016

Nvidia Pascal GPUs Edging Closer To Release: 4 Different Graphics Cards Currently In Testing

Nvidia is said to be currently testing its next-gen Pascal-based GPUs. At least four Pascal GPUs are now in the testing and validation phase, and are expected to be released in the second half of 2016.

Computers February 14, 2016

AMD Graphics Guru Teases Dual-GPU Fiji Card For Radeon R9 Fury X2

An AMD expert in frame pacing recently sent out a tantalizing tweet about the famed Radeon X2 Fury dual GPU. The two Fiji XT GPUs that Scott Wasson shows are part of a highly anticipated AMD flagship dual GPU.

Computers February 14, 2016

Ultra-Rugged Chromebook Doesn’t Break Under 365 Pounds Of Pressure, Available For $269

CTL has unveiled an ultra-rugged Chromebook that doesn't break under 365 pounds of pressure. The NL6x Extra-Rugged Chromebook for Education is pegged at a $269 price tag.

Computers February 13, 2016

MacBook Valentine? 12-Inch Retina MacBook Now Available For $300 Off Regular Price

B&H Photo unveiled a short-term bargain for those looking to buy a 12-inch MacBook with Retina display. The vendor offers $300 rebates on Apple’s notebooks, and Apple Watches get significant price cuts, as well.

Computers February 12, 2016

Thomas Edison's First Patented Invention Was An Electric Voting Machine

Thomas Edison is best known for inventing the lightbulb and for being one of the fathers of movie-making and sound recording. There's a less-recognized invention the Wizard of Menlo Park designed that in many ways could have changed the course of American history - that is, if it had ever been given a chance.

Computers February 11, 2016

Building Your Own VR-Ready PC? AMD Suggests These CPUs

The Oculus Rift's compatibility tool shows no love for AMD CPUs. So AMD has shared a list of which of its GPUs it thinks you'll need to run the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

Computers February 11, 2016

Intel Promises 'Fundamentally Different' Processor Technology With Energy Savings In Mind

William Holt, the leader of the technology and manufacturing group of Intel, said that a new groundbreaking approach to processors is inevitable. He explained why Intel wants low-power processors that are not top notch in performance.

Computers February 11, 2016

Micron Details New GDDR5X Graphics Memory, With Volume Production Set For This Summer

Micron revealed that its latest graphics memory chip is out of the manufacturing line and ready for volume assembly. We looked into the GDDR5X to understand how the novel technology reached and jumped the 13 GBps barrier.

Computers February 10, 2016

Oculus VR Announces Rift-Ready PC Bundles, Preorder Starts On Feb. 16

Details of Oculus-ready PC bundles are out, ranging from $1,499 to over $3,000. Starting on Feb. 16, virtual reality enthusiasts will be able to preorder them via Best Buy, Amazon or the Microsoft Store.

Computers February 10, 2016

MSI GT72S G Tobii: Here’s What You Can Do With Eye Tracking Technology On A Laptop

MSI launched GT72S G Tobii equipped with its proprietary eye tracking technology. Here's what you can do with this functionality.

Computers February 10, 2016

The New MSI GT72S G Tobii Gaming Laptop Uses Eye-Tracking To Control Games

MSI's new gaming laptop is now available, and offers a new eye-tracking technology that enables users to control their games and even the Windows 10 operating system through their eye movements.

Computers February 8, 2016

Apple Running New Repair Extension Program To Fix Issues On Late 2013 Mac Pros: Report

Apple is repairing faulty graphics cards on some of its Mac Pros. This follows the company's recent recall for faulty AC wall adapters that run the risk of electrically shocking users.

Computers February 8, 2016

Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Is Ready To Rock Your Gaming Experience [Video]

Logitech recently released the G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, which is intended for both work and play. The Romer-G switches and complex lighting system are only two of the reasons you should give this accessory a go.

Computers February 5, 2016

MIT's New AI Chip Could Make Skynet 10 Times Faster, Bring Deep Learning To Mobile

MIT researchers found that neural networks could be used on specially designed chips to quicken data transfers. The Eyeriss chip is important because its technology could lead to a significant leap ahead in mobile device performance.

Computers February 5, 2016

Google Engineer Fries Chromebook Pixel 2 After Testing This Third-Party USB-C Cable

Benson Leung, a Google engineer known for testing USB cables to make sure they are safe, discovered how damaging Surjtech's 3M USB A-to-C cable is after he fried his Chromebook.

Computers February 3, 2016

Microsoft Wants To Put Our Data Underwater

Microsoft has announced a new initiative that will see it putting data centers underwater. These data centers will be able to run off renewable energy, and can be deployed in as little as 90 days.

Computers February 2, 2016

Obama Administration To Use $4.2 Billion To Help Kids Learn Computer Science

The Obama Administration has announced its plans of expanding computer science education U.S. K through 12 schools. President Barack Obama says computer science must be part of every student's basic skills for them to grow America's economy in the years to come.

Computers February 2, 2016

Microsoft OneNote For Mac And iOS Gets More Tricks: What's New

Microsoft releases a number of interesting updates for Mac and iOS users of OneNote. These new features are just some of the aggressive changes that the team behind OneNote is taking in an aim to stay ahead on the track.

Computers January 31, 2016

Apple Touch Mac Bound To Happen: 'It's Inevitable,' Says IDC Analyst

Ryan Reith, an IDC program director, suggested what Apple should do to bolster its sales. During a phone interview with Forbes, the IDC analyst pointed out that Apple should break ground with touch screens on laptops.

Computers January 28, 2016

Vaio Announces New High-End Laptops Including The Z Flip For Business Professionals

Vaio introduced three new laptops, the Z Flip, Z Clamshell and Vaio S, which will make their U.S. debut starting in February.

Computers January 27, 2016

Intel Rocks Mobile Processors With Powerful New i7 Quad-Core Chips: Prices, Clock Speeds And More

Intel published a list of its new CPUs, and there is something there for everyone’s rig and pocket. We looked over the list and highlighted the best high-end processors down to the most affordable ones.

Computers January 27, 2016

AMD GPUOpen: Time To Open Up The GPU So Coders Can Help Boost Graphics Performance

AMD announced the release of the GPUOpen platform, an action that offers developers the tools needed to max out performances from graphics cards. The company relies on open source, documentation sharing and community engagement to open up its GPUs.

Computers January 27, 2016

Google Is Offering $5.3 Million In Chromebooks To Organizations Helping Refugees

Google has announced an initiative that will see the company offering $5.3 million in Chromebooks to German organizations that are helping refugees.

Computers January 25, 2016

MacBook Line To Get Upgrades This Year, Fueling Apple Growth

It's been a while since Apple launched new MacBooks, but upgraded models should hit the scene in the coming months. According to a new investors note, Apple should introduce new MacBook upgrades by June.

Computers January 25, 2016

China Wants To Build An Exascale Supercomputer 1,000 Times More Powerful Than Tianhe-1A

China revealed its plans to build a supercomputer 1,000 times more powerful than the Tianhe-1A, which was once hailed as the fastest computing machine in the world. China aims to release a prototype of the exascale computer as early as 2017.

Computers January 24, 2016

Microsoft Introduces Surface Book And Surface Pro 4 With 1TB Of Storage And Special Gold Pen

The new Surface Book will set you back $3,200 fully-loaded, though.

Computers January 22, 2016

France Wants A New Keyboard That Will Allow Users To Easily Type The Language

The French Ministry of Culture announced its plans to standardize the French-language keyboard. The move will make it easier for native speakers to type grammatically correct.

Computers January 22, 2016

AMD Confirms Zen CPUs Will Hit High-End Desktops, Gaming PCs Late This Year

AMD confirmed in an earnings call that it is launching its Zen-based CPUs in the latter part of 2016. The company is set to unveil two entirely new processor families under codenames Summit Ridge and Bristol Ridge.

Computers January 23, 2016

Intel Unveils 6th-Gen vPro Processors Designed For Full Business Productivity

Intel has taken the wraps off its new lineup of 6th-gen vPro processors, which pack in a new security feature dubbed Intel Authenticate. The new processors enhance productivity and offer three times the battery life when compared to its predecessor.

Computers January 20, 2016

Samsung Starts Mass Production Of 'World's Fastest' 4 GB DRAM Tapping New HBM Interface

Samsung heralds the new generation of memory chips, as it officially announced that it started volume manufacturing of High Bandwidth Memory (HBM2) packages. The 3D TSV DRAM technology has the means to impact both the gaming and enterprise sector.

Computers January 21, 2016

Nvidia To Launch GeForce GTX 980MX, GeForce GTX 970MX Mobile GPUs: Report

Nvidia knows a thing or two about graphics, and its effort for improvement is ongoing. The company reportedly plans to unleash even more powerful GPUs for gaming on the go, with the GeForce GTX 980MX and GeForce GTX 970MX.

Computers January 20, 2016

HP Unveils Skylake-Based Sprout Pro PC That Can Scan Real Objects And Create Models For 3D Printing

HP has unveiled its Sprout Pro all-in-one personal computer targeting schools and businesses. HP is going to release the device in February with more than $2,000 price tag.

Computers January 20, 2016

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