Not really a Galaxy
The company with identity crisis and a need to change its name every few quarters has announced availability of its Geforce GTX 980 Ti Overclocking card.
Master overclocking card
EVGA has been teasing that the K|NGP|N will use a custom overclocking Geforce 980 TI card for ages, but we have had to adopt a wait-and-see approach to see what this looks like.
iFixit finds 1GB RAM, 1043 mAh battery
iFixit has treated down iPod touch and it showed us what the device has inside.
5.7 milimetre thin and great specs
We had a chance to play with the sleek Sony Xperia Z4, and this was an impressively thin 6.1mm tablet. Now the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 takes the slimmest tablet prize with its 5.6 mm waist.
To launch in August with Note 5
It looks like a bigger version of the Samsung Galaxy Edge S6 is going to launch in a few weeks.
High resolution, decent performer
HTC has finally decided to bring some of its MediaTek powered phones to Europe.
Calls it Cloudbook
It took Microsoft some time to come up with a strategy against Chromebooks, and now it seems the first of the new Cloudbook notebooks will be available in middle of August.
Snapdragon 615 inside
Samsung still has power to surprise us, and the Korean giant has just announced the Galaxy A8, a phone that is only 5.9 millimetres thin. This is rather big difference to iPhone 6 that looks fat with its 6.9 millimetre girth.
Insider preview mark gone
We just finished the update of Windows 10 build 10240. This number is easy to remember as you just ad a zero to a 1024 which is a round number in IT brains.
After Skylake comes the Lake 14nm
Intel might have admitted that it will take a bit longer to get to 10nm, and it turns out that after the second generation 14nm Skylake, the next Intel CPU will be another 14nm design, not a 10nm part as many expected.