Nvidia hits back at AMD’s Gameworks allegations
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The update brings the latest and greatest version of Android to Sony’s early 2013 Xperia lineup.
In the wake of Microsoft’s surprising Surface Pro 3 introduction and even more shocking Surface mini setback, the question on everyone’s lips is whether the diminutive Windows RT-based tablet has been delayed or terminated altogether.
Galaxy S5’s extra-durable cousin, the S5 Active, is yet to be made official, but following a couple of unauthorized, comprehensive hands-on videos, the formal introduction looks like a mere formality.
This may sound hard to believe, but Microsoft is allegedly willing to make a pact with the devil and roll out a second-generation Android-based Nokia X smartphone before long.
The head of Dell’s Alienware division admits keeping Steam Machines at console-like price levels will be a challenge.
Benchmarks show the Tegra K1 packs some serious processor punch.
Microsoft’s refreshed tablet is available with a Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processor starting next month.
Yet another app that can help turn your home into an energy-efficient one, Sensibo connects any compatible air conditioner with your smartphone.
The leaked renders indicate that HTC is making slight design modifications to the higher-end and cheaper variants of its current flagship.
The clock is ticking and LG’s glitzy formal introduction of the G3 is drawing near, which the mobile device maker keeps on hyping via a dedicated product page on a local UK website, several FCC certification stops and vague price innuendos.
It sounds like Samsung isn’t ready to change its ways only as far as Galaxy S build materials are concerned, with the forthcoming Galaxy Note 4 tipped to keep screen size in check instead of adding the traditional 0.2 inches to Note 3’s panel.
4K HD TVs in Japan are about to get a taste of standard ultra-HD viewing with an upcoming 4K HD broadcast channel.
Today we rewind back to 1999 to revisit one of gaming’s great technical achievements of the late 1990s: the Nintendo 64 port of Resident Evil 2.
Renewable energy is all the rage, but there’s a way to integrate renewable technologies with existing ones that we use every day. Take for instance roads. The Solar Roadways project aims to enable solar charging through roads and parking lots.
A crowd-funding project on Pozible will get you an IR blaster that plugs into your smartphone’s audio jack.
Intel’s recent low-key launch of the mainstream 9-series chipsets heralded the annual motherboard refreshes by the various Taiwanese motherboard makers. What did ASRock have in store for us this time?
Rumors suggest a “Prime” variant of the HTC One M8 would be made out of an “exotic material” and feature faster LTE connectivity than smartphones today.
John Peddie Research estimates both Nvidia and AMD lost GPU market share to Intel in the first quarter of the new year.
The once far-fetched suggestions of the Nexus line’s imminent death gain more and more credence by the day, as Android Silver gossip escalates and the future of the purported Nexus 6 handheld looks ominous.