Robbing a wallet near you
Last week Apple announced that the average selling price of the iPhones jumped to $695, proving once again that Jobs was right about people not wanting a larger phone.
Industry veteran journalist Kyle Bennet wrote back in December that Intel might launch a CPU powered by Radeon technology. This happens in the middle of the last quarter when Nvidia and Intel's cross licensing GPU deal is about to expire.
There has been much discussion about the eight cores sixteen threads Ryzen CPU and the fact that it will compete quite well against Intel's Core i7 6950 extreme edition but it looks like the Zen with eight cores with sixteen threads will get really close to the performance of the Core i7 7700K.
Telstra network demonstrate technology leadership, 127.5 Mbps upload
Sydney Australia is definitely the capital of the word’s fastest LTE performance. I'm here and have just witnessed a 1Gbps demonstration of a Netgear powered 1Gbps modem on Ericsson equipment deployed on a Telstra LTE network.
Electric bike for $899, gets to 14 MHP
Back last summer we took some time to visit the Pasadena based URB-E electric bike company, in order to see the lightweight, easy to transport electric bike.
Q1 financials out
Qualcomm has announced its Q1 fiscal earnings and the conference call was deeply influenced by Apple’s latest decision to legally go after Qualcomm. The president of the company was crystal clear that the company will work to vigorously defend its business.
Experience Upgrade 5.0.2
Nvidia started to roll out the Android 7, Experience Upgrade 5.0.2 for Shield 2015 Android TV customers, and everything Nvidia promised for the 2017 console, will find its way to the previous one.
Brings PC like resolution settings
Two days ago, we did an update on a Galaxy S7 to the magical Android 7.0. After the update, we noticed that the phone defaulted to 1920x1080 resolution giving us the option to change back to native 2560x1440 or even 1280x720.
But might take same time
Nvidia has released its Shield Android TV 2017 and people got to see a lot of software improvement as well as Android 7 support.
Xiaomi too, late 2017 if not later
We are facing two major trends in 2017 and 2018. One is having phones with really small bezels and the second is a way toward folding phones. The latter is expected in late 2017 at the earliest, but all major companies have filed patents covering folding phones.