There is one constant in life and this is that time flies quickly around you. It is the same thing with software – there are always new releases of popular software products that render older versions obsolete. This holds true for many... Read more
Fans of 3D games will soon have a new toy to play with – NVIDIA plans to release the next generation GM204 Maxwell chip by the end of the year.
The upcoming chip will be very important for NVIDIA as it will retire the current GK104... Read more
Most people think that there are two players on the x86 CPU market only – Intel and AMD but in reality there’s another company there too, although it is so small, it is hardly noticeable. The company we are talking about is VIA, which was more... Read more
Microsoft has always had one major problem and this is software piracy and piracy of Microsoft Windows in particular. The corporation has spent years perfecting systems that protect its Windows OS from being pirated but in most cases the... Read more
Samsung has announced a new solid-state drive line that makes use of the company’s 3D V-NAND flash memory technology. This time, however, the new line targets the corporate market segment and comes under the SSD 845DC PRO brand name. Unlike... Read more
Companies operating in the European Union will soon have new performance guidelines when looking for new PCs. The software that will set them and that will be officially adopted by the European Commission will be Futuremark’s PCMark 8 and with... Read more
The South Korean tech giant LG has officially launched its promised 10.1-inch version of the G Pad tablet. The new device belongs to the new family of tablets outlined back in May and aims to become the successor to the original and... Read more
If you plan to fly to the United States soon you should keep all your mobile devices charged before boarding a plane and there’s a serious reason why.
It turns out that the United States Transport Security Administration has enhanced its... Read more
Intel’s upcoming plans are clear now – in late 2014 the US company will introduce the first Broadwell processors on 14 nm technology but they will be mobile chips only.
Now the first preliminary specs of the upcoming mobile Broadwell... Read more
The Chinese version of the popular tech web site VR-Zone has shared some interesting but sad information about Intel’s plans to introduce its upcoming 14 nm Broadwell processors. In a few words Chipzilla will delay its Broadwell processors... Read more
The first images of what appears to be a video card based on NVIDIA’s GM204 GPU have appeared online. They come from Chinese tech info sources and are not official at all but give a glimpse as to how GM204-based cards may look like.
The... Read more