Big increases in performance are expected from ARM’s next-generation cores.
Apple has announced results for its fiscal 2014 first quarter, which ended December 28, 2013.
Data collected by the tracking service Adeven has confirmed many people’s belief that the majority of the apps in Apple’s App Store aren’t being downloaded.
Qualcomm has showcased two new Mirasol reflective screens at SID Display Week, including a 5.1-incher with an impressive 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution and 577 ppi. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to make a commercial debut in the next couple of years or so.
MediaTek, a company best known for powering low cost devices with their chipsets has announced a new member to their portfolio. Enter the new Mediatek MT6572 dual-core ARM SoC.
At the ARM TechCon which is being held in Santa Clara, CA the company introduced its first processors based on 64-bit ARMv8 architecture. Under the name Cortex-A53 and -A57, the company plans to usher itself into the microserver era, where it won't face competition from Intel until 2016.
Facebook has reported a loss of $157 million in the second quarter of the year, causing shares to plummet only two months after the company went public.
We address one of the most pertinent question that is on the minds of new Ivy Bridge platform shoppers – is the hyperthreading capable / 2MB more L3 cache i7-3770K (US$313) worth the almost 50% price premium over the i5-3570K (US$212), especially when both chips are overclocked at 4.8GHz?
Sony Singapore has announced the Alpha SLT-A57, the successor to the Alpha SLT-A55, which boasts 12fps continuous shooting and Full HD 50p (PAL) recording. The SLT-A57 will be retailing in Singapore next month.
Do you enjoy playing with multimedia notebooks? Well, if your answer to that question is a resounding "yes", Acer has got just the device for you, and it comes in the form of a new notebook known as the Aspire 5755, which boasts some decent hardware and specifications to boot. Oh, and it comes equipped
Philips has launched their bold new range of in-ear headsets, SHE2675 and SHE3575 series. Available in distinct colors, the headsets will be retailing in stores by the end of May.
Today AMD unveiled is more affordable Radeon HD 6000-series graphics card with the most expensive model retailing for about US$100. We’ve got a few pictures of some of the partner boards for your viewing pleasure, alongside the specs of the new card after the break.
Following AMD’s quiet release of the re-branded HD 6700 for OEM, AMD has once again slipped in listings for new HD 6000 family OEM cards, this time based on new chips. First up is the Radeon HD 6670, a direct successor to the HD 5670. Based on the Turks chip, the HD 6670 is a
MSI has launched two new N500GTX series graphics cards featuring their award-winning Twin Frozr II design, the N580GTX Twin Frozr II and the N570GTX Twin Frozr II. The Twin Frozr II cooler is able to reduce operating temperatures and noise levels by up to 20°C and 8.4dB respectively compared to other solutions.
With a stylish and eye-catching design, and a cooler with six heat pipes and triple 80mm fans that promises low temperatures and low noise levels, Gainward’s new GeForce GTX 570 Phantom is arguably one of the most attractive non-reference cards out there in the market. The card was officially announced earlier today; more details after
It appears that Gainward is not contented with having just one custom-built NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 card. The graphics card maker is now planning to release another non-reference product, the GeForce GTX 570 Phantom.
In our NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 review, we feature Gainward’s custom-designed GeForce GTX 570 Golden Sample ‘Goes Like Hell’ (GS GLH) Edition card. VR-Zone.com takes a look at where the GTX 570 (overclocked or not) stands against previous-generation products, and the current GTX 580 flagship.
Yoyotech, a UK e-tailer, has jumped the gun by listing NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce GTX 570 a few days before release. The price listed is £299 inc. VAT (£255 ex. VAT) and much of the previously rumoured details are confirmed. In terms of performance, Yoyotech expects the GTX 570 to “match the GTX480 while running on
Swedish website Sweclockers have leaked a datasheet pertaining to Palit’s reference GeForce GTX 570. At first glance, the GTX 570 reference design is visually identical to the GTX 580. As expected, the GTX 570 features GF110 with 1 SM disabled, a total of 480 CUDA cores – much like the GTX 480. Like the GTX
NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 570 exists, and will hit retail in December 2010. The GTX 570 is also based on the GF110 chipset, and will have 480 CUDA cores. Meanwhile, AMD has officially announced that its Radeon HD 6900 Series will be launched on December 13. It would be pretty interesting if the cards from both camps launch