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Acer's Not-New But New XG270HU Offers FreeSync (Updated)

Acer just announced the same monitor a second time over. But wait, is it really the same?

Acer enters Windows Phone fray with cheapie Liquid M220 mobe

Runs better than Android on same hardware, vendor claims MWC  Acer is entering the Windows Phone market, with a low-end model that will retail for just €79, making it the cheapest mobile in the vendor’s range.…

Audience Announces NUE N100 Multisensor Processor

While Audience is traditionally focused on voice products, today they’re attempting to make their first moves into combined voice recognition and sensor hub products that leverage sensor fusion and neural networks. The NUE N100 is the...Show More Summary

Samsung's Solution To Wireless Charging Fragmentation: Use All The Standards

Samsung announces plans to use merged wireless charging technologies in 2015 Galaxy devices.

Here comes Vulkan: The next generation of the OpenGL graphics API

OpenGL is 22... it's time for a replacement – Khronos Group GDC 2015  The Khronos Group, non-profit custodian of the OpenGL cross-platform graphics API, has announced its replacement, called Vulkan.…

Best Motherboards: March 2015

Are you having a hard time keeping track of the best motherboards out there? Our resident motherboard expert helps you pick the right platform with this collection of award-winning boards covering today's top AMD and Intel processor...

Khronos Announces OpenCL 2.1: C++ Comes to OpenCL

Alongside today’s announcements of Vulkan and SPIR-V, Khronos is also using the occasion of the 2015 Game Developers Conference to announce the next iteration of OpenCL, OpenCL 2.1. OpenCL 2.1 marks two important milestones for OpenCl. Show More Summary

Next Generation OpenGL Becomes Vulkan: Additional Details Released

Continuing this week’s GDC-2015 fueled blitz of graphics API news releases, we have Khronos, the industry consortium behind OpenGL, OpenCL, and other cross-platform compute and graphics APIs. Back in August of 2014 Khronos unveiled their own foray into low-level graphics APIs, announcing the Next Generation OpenGL Initiative (glNext). Show More Summary

Monoprice CrystalPro 28-Inch 4K Monitor Review

Nearly every monitor manufacturer has a 28-inch TN Ultra HD monitor in its line-up. Today we’re looking at Monoprice’s CrystalPro 4K. Even though it’s based on the same part as its competitors, you get quality that matches or exceeds those displays.

Report: Microsoft To Open Up Xbox One App Development

The new development kit will allow the community to beta test apps and run apps in the background.

AMD Lays Out Future of Mantle: Changing Direction In Face of DX12 and glNext

Much has been made over the advent of low-level graphics APIs over the last year, with APIs based on this concept having sprouted up on a number of platforms in a very short period of time. For game developers this has changed the API...Show More Summary

Default Storage Encryption Remains Optional In Lollipop Until Future Android Version

Google's Android compatibility policies give away the fact that Android Lollipop default storage encryption is in fact optional, not mandatory as Google had everyone believe.

Best Gaming CPUs For The Money: March 2015

AMD's new A8-7650K has hit the market since our last update, and it might offer the most attractive price/performance of the company's APU line. As always, we check the newest price changes and report on the latest news and rumors!

Snapdragon 820 To Feature 'Kryo' CPU Core And 'Zeroth' Cognitive Computing Platform

Qualcomm announced Snapdragon 820 processor with next-generation Kryo CPU core and a brand-new Zeroth cognitive computing platform.

Broadcom at MWC 2015: BCM4359 and BCM43455 Wifi Combo Chips Announced

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Today Broadcom took the lead by announcing two new Wifi combo chip solutions meant for the smartphone and tablet market. The BCM4359 is a high-end 2x2 MIMO solution for high-performance smartphones, while the BCM43455 is an updated 1x1...Show More Summary

Chasing pennies, Sony, Microsoft and smartphone biz rivals retreat to mid-range

There's nowhere else to go MWC 2015  Before you read this, or any phone news at all this week, keep in mind one statistic. According to Strategy Analytics, for every Great British pound of profit made in the entire smartphone industry, Apple pocketed 89 pence. Show More Summary

Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by default

It's sad that this isn't really a surprise Last year, Google said Android 5, codenamed Lollipop, will encrypt the contents of smartphones and tablets by default. Now it's broken that promise.…

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