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Zotac Demos New Nvidia GeForce Graphics Cards And Mini PCs At Computex

While visiting Zotac's booth at Computex 2015, we took a good look at the company's new products, which include several graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti GPU (GM200) and two mini-PCs.

ASRock Releases The G10 Gaming Router, Its First Networking Product

ASRock steps into the networking arena introducing its first MU-MIMO gaming router, the G10.

Microsoft Reveals New Computer Form Factors Coming With Windows 10

FoxConn and Quanta are both working on new, compact computing form factors to get Windows 10 devices into the living room, presumably for low prices.

Super Flower Reveals Its First Titanium Line, Plus A Digital PSU

At Computex 2015 Super Flower revealed its first full Titanium line of PSUs, becoming the first company to have a full portfolio of Titanium units. But the big news was a digital Titanium PSU with 1600 W capacity.

Basemark, TÜV Rheinland Partner To Provide Comprehensive Elecgtronic Device Testing

Basemark and TÜV Rheinland announced today a strategic partnership to complement each other's suite of evaluation tools for electronics devices.

Noctua Slowly Advances At Computex 2015

That Noctua is taking its sweet time to develop its products is no surprise, and therefore there are also no huge surprises at its Computex booth. Even so, that didn't stop Austrian cooling manufacturer from impressing us.

Apple Recalls Beats Pill XL, Citing Battery Overheating

Beats Pill XL owners might need to stop using the speakers due to an Apple recall that states that batteries overheat and pose a fire risk.

Fallout 4 Annnounced, This Time It's In Boston

It's time to go back to the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Fallout 4 will take place in Boston and the surrounding areas.

A TouchPad On The Spacebar? Interesting Idea, Synaptics

Synaptics announced a new addition to its portfolio with SmartBar technology, a first of its kind innovation that attempts to make use of the underutilized real estate on the space bar of a typical keyboard.

Facebook Tells Developers To Adopt SHA-2 Hash Function By October 1

Facebook announced that it's going to stop accepting connections that use the SHA-1 hashing function by October 1, 2015. Developers will have to adopt the SHA-2 hashing function by then or their apps will stop connecting to Facebook...

Working Project Ara Phone Hands On, Interview With New ATAP Ara Lead Rafa Camargo

We interviewed Project Ara Technical and Engineering Lead Rafa Camargo and briefly went hands-on with a working phone.

EVGA Shows Z170 Stinger, FTW, Classified Motherboards At Computex

EVGA is among motherboard manufacturers attempting to get products ready in advance of Intel’s upcoming Skylake CPU, showing Z170 boards that appear near production-ready These include the Z170 Stinger, FTW, and Classified.

MSI Tries Different, Smaller, Stealthier External Gaming Docks

MSI showed us the Gaming Dock Mini and an AX24 AIO with an optional graphics card housing. The Gaming Dock Mini is also meant to be used with the GS30 Shadow laptop, but MSI indicated that will likely change over time.

ASRock Beebox Braswell-Based NUCs, A Silent PC For The Office

ASRock jumped into the ever-growing NUC market with the Beebox series of NUCs, offering silent operation and updated features as a result of utilizing the latest Intel Atom Braswell SoCs.

Quantum Interface Launches Predictive Navigation And Motion Control UI

Quantum Interface claimed its UI technology analyzes the speed and direction of input to infer user choice. This interaction can be applied to touch and touchless environments, and it's compatible with any kind of sensor.

Computex Day One News Roundup

We're done with the first day of Computex and there's already a lot of new products revealed. This is just the beginning.

Seasonic Intros Its First Titanium PSU And Lighting Cube Line

Seasonic is finally introducing its first 80 Plus Titanium efficiency PSU with 850 W capacity. The company is also showcasing its new 80 Plus Gold Lighting Cube PSU line with 750 W and 850 W capacity options.

New Killer MU-MIMO Networking Products Released; Pushes 2.867 Gbps on Motherboard

Rivet Networks and MSI have teamed up to announce new laptops and a motherboard using Killer's latest Wireless-AC MU-MIMO network interface.

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