Xiaomi Notebook 12 on sale for $579.99
Published in Notebooks

13-inch Core i5 version for $888.99

Fudzilla got a chance to play with the Xiaomi Notebook 12, Xiaomi's first field trip to the computer market, and we can tell you that this is one great, 1.07 KG heavy, notebook powered by Skylake-based Core m3-6Y30 CPU that runs just about any everyday application. The best thing is that this notebook sells for US $579.99. 

Xiaomi Mi5S selling for $335.99
Published in Mobiles

Snapdragon 821, 3GB RAM, 64GB storage

Xiaomi Mi5S  launched just recently and it is one of the first available Snapdragon 821 based products. It is available today in a 64GB version for $335.99.

Check out the Cosmic Watch
Published in Reviews

Set your controls for the heart of the sun

I was recently invited to take a look at what’s turned out to be a really neat app.

Supermicro takes bite at Pascal cherry
Published in News

Speedy Gonzales

Server company Supermicro said it has introduced a range of new servers optimised for Nvidia Tesla P100 accelerators using the Pascal GPU architecture.

Intel shows off 14 nm IoT Atoms
Published in Wearables

Atom E3900 series totally redesigned

Intel has been showing off its next generation of its Atom microprocessors intended for the Internet of Things (IoT).

ARM installs IoT chip security
Published in Processors

Trustzone baked onto the chip

Fabless chipmaker ARM has announced that it will introduce tiny processors which have Trustzone baked in to run the next generation of IoT devices.

Samsung Display bets on VR and AR
Published in Graphics

Push for OLED

Samsung Display thinks that VR and AR could be the technology needed to push mobile OLED panels.

BT starts giving calls for free
Published in News

New generation phone boxes in London

British Telecom has announced that it will soon begin providing Londoners with free public Wi-Fi, free phone calls and free charging in a range of hotspots.

Nvidia sticks Titan X in the channel
Published in Graphics

Snubs its card partners

 GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia, has delivered a big snub to its card making partners and put its new high-end card, the Titan X into the channel

TSMC fears Chinese foundries
Published in Processors

Cornering the market in mature technologies

Chinese foundries are fast cornering the market for 28nm and more mature process technologies, according to TSMC.