Qualcomm has another manufacturer to contend with, as benchmarks reveal that Huawei’s eight-core Kirin 920 SoC is almost as fast as the Snapdragon 805.
Gamers now have a mechanical switch they can call their own.
The Nightblade comes with the essentials, like a motherboard and a chassis, giving you the freedom to add the rest of the hardware based on...
Microsoft will give away a digital download code for Forza 5 with every purchase of the Xbox One in the U.S. for a limited time.
Titanfall will not feature micro-transactions and will get a season pass that lets users access all paid DLC, as well as access additional in-game content.
Microsoft is set to launch a low-cost version of Windows 8.1 called “Windows 8.1 with Bing” that will be bundled in low-cost devices.
Microsoft is set to unveil a new version of DirectX five years after the launch of DirectX 11.
John Sculley’s new brand will be manufacturing budget handsets and will go head to head with established vendors.
Samsung removes code that caused the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 to run full-tilt upon detection of a benchmark test.
Microsoft is fixing major annoyances with the Xbox One ahead of Titanfall’s launch.
LG is set to manufacture the Nexus 6, which will be based on the LG G3.
Hackers made away with 896 Bitcoins in a massive theft at Flexcoin.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be the conclusion to Rocksteady’s trilogy of Batman games in the Arkham series.
AMD has finished rebranding its last-gen cards, with the final card in the HD 7xxx series, the HD 7950, being re-branded as the R9 280.
Sony is continuing to sell the PlayStation 4 in more and more countries while Microsoft’s Xbox One is still only available in 13 regions.
MSI has announced its first motherboard for AMD’s new low power processors.
Ouya is looking to extend its platform to other devices beyond its game console.
Indian hackers posing as face Netflix tech support agents are stealing users’ data and identities.
Video card manufacturer EVGA has rolled out its GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti cards with varying features, clocks and memory sizes.
Samsung launched two new Chromebooks today that feature eight-core processors and faux-leather stitching.