Zotac has five new graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
At Computex 2015, Asus updated numerous product lines with zen-inspired themes, including a new Transformer Book and three new ROG gaming laptops.
64 GB and 128 GB DDR4 kits, but how soon?
Extracting the most value from a pretty expensive wristjob Product Roundup It’s the hottest thing to happen to wrists since Chinese burns, but apart from leaking your biology and emptying your wallet, what can an Apple Watch actually do for you – assuming you can get one?…
Today Microsoft formally announced the release date for Windows 10, the latest version of their Windows operating system. Up until this point, all Microsoft had said was that they were aiming for a summer release. Today's post on the...Show More Summary
SanDisk's new Ultra Fit 128 GB flash drive can store up to 16 hours of Full HD video but is about the same size of a US Dime.
SanDisk has leveraged next generation NAND flash lithography to produce a number new products for Computex 2015. The new SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive packs 256 GB of data into a small package that is capable of delivering up to 100 MB/s.The new U
Asus put a USB Type-C port on a tablet. Also, following relatively closely on the heels of Asus’ ZenFone 2 launch, the company announced the cringeworthy-named ZenFone Selfie.
But Chinese mobe firm has at least hired a phone-fixing outfit Rising dragon Xiaomi launches its Mi brand and online store in the UK on Tuesday.…
MediaTek started promoting its new Helio branding for SoCs back at MWC this year, and we had the please to cover the the new Helio X20 announcement just a few weeks ago. While the X-series is supposed to target the higher end (dubbed "eXtreme Performance"), the P-line is aimed at the budget mid-range ("Premium Performance" as MediaTek calls it). Show More Summary
SanDisk taps the power of USB 3.1 Type C to deliver 1.92 TB of portable storage with performance up to 850 MB/s.
This year's smartmobes and fondleslabs are trying to look like handbags Computex Computex day zero kicked off in Taipei today, and after some pleasantries got down to business with an ASUS keynote that pitched style over substance as a good thing.…
Today ASUS updated their Android Wear smartwatch offering. It wasn't long ago that we saw the original ASUS ZenWatch at IFA, but it's now being superseded by the ZenWatch 2. Unfortunately, details are fairly scarce about ASUS's new watch. Show More Summary
ASUS is no stranger to the Android tablet market. They've been around since the earliest days of Android tablets with their ASUS Transformer TF101 which launched with Android Honeycomb. Since that time they've released a number of iterations...Show More Summary
In addition to their smartphone and tablet announcements at Computex today, ASUS has also revealed a new monitor aimed at imaging professionals, photographers, and editors alike. It will be the flagship display in their line of ProArt monitors, and the most exciting monitor that I've seen come out of the ProArt line in a long time. Show More Summary
ASUS has been making waves in the industry lately with their powerful but low priced ZenFone 2. ASUS's second generation of ZenFones is another chance for them to break into markets like North America and Western Europe. Part of their...Show More Summary
I'm sitting at ASUS' annual press conference here in Taipei. We're set to start at 2pm UTC +8, stay tuned for the latest.
SanDisk is announcing the availability of a host of external flash drives at Computex 2015. Two of them are being marketed as external portable SSDs with a Type-C interface, while the other two are standard flash drives. The SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD is the obvious star of the lineup. Show More Summary
Today at Computex ARM is announcing a new 'IoT Subsystem' for developers: ARM Cortex-M with ARM Cordio radio IP (see below) with full integration with mBed OS. The principle behind this licencable IP block is to allow developers an end-point to integrated sensors and other peripherals on the route to design a complete SoC. Show More Summary
Nvidia's new GTX 980 Ti drops today, with virtually all of the Titan X's performance and a vastly lower price. If you've wanted an Nvidia card with better-than GTX 980 performance but couldn't stomach a $1000 price tag, this is the card to buy.