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Skreens Could Change The Way You Consume Digital Media

Skreens lets you consume all of your entertainment and media devices through one display, all at the same time. You can watch TV while you play a game, watch multiple football games on a Sunday afternoon, or use two consoles at once for multiplayer games.

Windows 10 is a better Windows 7 — if you can get the upgrade to work

Once you get it running, Windows 10 provides a slick new look to your Windows 7 machine -- but getting there is no small feat.

Cabin air filters? Tesla Model X has biohazard air filters, says Elon Musk

Tesla audio goes to 11 not 10. The Tesla Model X has air filtration settings for fresh air, recirculated air, and now biohazard air. In plain English, more air filtration than a hospital, Tesla says.

Personal Info Of 15 Million T-Mobile Customers Stolen In Experian Data Breach

An Experian data breach exposed the personal information of 15 million T-Mobile customers who signed up with the carrier between September 1, 2013 and September 16, 2015.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 Review: Multitasking On Android

If you want to sell a tablet to the masses -- an increasingly difficult thing to do with tablet shipments now on the decline, according to International Data Corporation -- the go-to strategy is to pitch a vibrant display and boast about its thin and light design. Everything else is secondary, including hardware specs and benchmark performance,...

AMD Announces FirePro Mobile W7170M, W5170M, & W5130M

In what’s turning out to be a busy week for mobile workstation announcements, AMD is announcing this week that they are launching three new FirePro Mobile parts. This latest announcement roughly coincides with the announcement of new...Show More Summary

Apple files patent for long-rumoured iRing-type bling

First dibs on calling integrated camera the iOfSauron The long-rumoured iRing might not be a myth after all. Apple has just applied for a patent on "Devices and Methods for a Ring Computing Device".…

Scientists record HIV moving through a living body

Using a cutting-edge imaging technique, scientists were able to watch the progress of an HIV infection in a living mouse.

Best Android tablets for work and play: October 2015 edition

Android tablets are enjoying a big surge in activations among enterprise users, to the point that in some industries Android is now leading iOS. And it's no wonder given the quality of the tablets on offer.

IBM breakthrough improves carbon nanotube scaling below 10nm

IBM is claiming that new breakthroughs could help carbon nanotubes take us past conventional scaling.

Windows 10 Feature Focus: .NET Native

Programming languages seem to be cyclical. Low level languages give developers the chance to have very fast code with the minimum of commands necessary, but the closer you code to hardware the more difficult it becomes, and the developer should have a good grasp of the hardware in order to get the best performance. Show More Summary

The Samsung Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ Review

The Galaxy Note line has long been one of Samsung’s greatest assets in the mobile market. While other Android OEMs have made phablets before, Samsung was pretty much the first OEM to ship a high-end device in this segment. Although other...Show More Summary

Is the world ready for a Raspberry Pi-powered Lego Babbage Engine?

Neat idea could become reality with Reg readers' support A proposal for Lego to build an Analytical Engine staffed by Babbage and Lovelace characters has received just under a third of the support it needs to be considered for production.…

AMD Releases Catalyst 15.9.1 Beta Drivers

In a rare episode for AMD we get to see a second beta driver release in the same week. Earlier this week (Tuesday September 29th) AMD had released their Catalyst 15.9 Beta Driver. It brought optimizations to the Fable Legends benchmark...Show More Summary

Asus ZenPad 10 Z300C: Cheap tablet, dock combo you can turn up to 11

It's all about the bass. And the treble. And the volume Review  If you want a top-notch Android tablet and keyboard package, buy the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet. It's very good. But at £499 it's also very expensive. If money is tight, Asus can now offer you a superficially not dissimilar package for two hundred quid. Show More Summary

FreeSync: AMD's Approach To Variable Refresh Rates

AMD's FreeSync technology is gaining momentum, but is the buzz warranted? We did our own research, worked with Acer and spoke with AMD to find out.

Google's Nest weaves new Weave protocol that isn't Google's Weave

An Internet of Stuff comms tech to kill Apple's still-born Homekit? Smart-home posterboy Nest has opened up its application protocol to developers in a bid to stave off competition from Apple.…

Are Samsung TVs doing a Volkswagen in energy tests? Koreans hit back

Motion Lighting mode is a feature, not a cheat, says biz Samsung has responded quickly to claims that its televisions were designed to cheat in official power consumption tests.…

Micron To Begin Shipping Products With TLC NAND This Quarter

We are fresh out of the Micron earnings call and have some flash news to report.

Dell Unveils New UltraSharp Displays With Adobe RGB

In addition to Dell's new Precision workstations, the company also announced three new displays capable of supporting 99.5-100 percent Adobe RGB.

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