MediaTek Labs announces new IoT dev platform
Published in Processors


LinkIt Connect MT7681 sports low cost WiFi SoC

MediaTek had announced a new development platform, as part of its MediaTek Labs initiative.

Google silently confirms Android 5.1 Lollipop
Published in Mobiles


Android One nods

Google has quietly confirmed the existence of Android 5.1 on one of its websites.

Asus Wireless Duo drive offers brains and good looks
Published in Memory


SD card slot on board, IPX4 certification

Asus has introduced a new series of wireless drives with a couple of unique features and they are about to ship in Europe.

HP Z27s brings IPS 4K to professionals on a budget
Published in Graphics


Shipping later this month

HP’s new Z27s high resolution monitor is about to start shipping on the old continent, and it offers a decent spec at a price.

Zotac ZBOX MN321 gets discrete graphics on the cheap
Published in News


Haswell Celeron backed by Geforce GT720M

Zotac already has a couple of ZBOX models designed around relatively powerful mobile GPUs, but the new ZBOX MN321 Plus is a bit different.

Acer Aspire Revo One dazzles with minimal design
Published in News


Possibly the best looking mini PC out there

Acer’s new Aspire Revo One series of mini PCs comes in a futuristic white chassis, but does not sacrifice functionality for the sake of design.

Qualcomm confirms major client won’t use Snapdragon 810
Published in Processors


Galaxy S6 Snapdragonless?

Qualcomm released its quarterly earnings yesterday and in the process the chipmaker confirmed one of its large customers will not use the Snapdragon 810.

Kingston DDR4 hits 4351MHz
Published in Memory


Don’t try this at home

Kingston’s new HyperX Predator DDR4 modules have set a new memory speed record thanks to Toppc.

HTML5 is now default plugin on YouTube
Published in News


So long Flash, VP9 is there

Google has informed the world that as of yesterday, the default player on its YouTube service is HTML5.

Chinese white-box outfits ditch tablets
Published in Notebooks


Brand name tablets are too cheap

Chinese white-box tablet makers seem to be in trouble, as their margins are melting away.