IPhone 7 leak confirms it will be dire
Published in Mobiles

 Nothing to see here move on

Yet another leak has confirmed what we have been saying all along, the iPhone 7 is going to have nothing new or inovative to make upgrading from the iPhone 6S worthwhile.

Xiaomi releases Mi Max
Published in Mobiles


Out in China

Xiaomi has released its Xiaomi Mi Max in China along with MIUI 8.

FTC to clamp down on slow security updates
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Asked eight leading players what they are doing

The Federal Trade Commission has written to eight leading players in the mobile communications arena requiring them to tell the agency how they issue security updates to address vulnerabilities in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gear.

Nvidia Founders Edition GPUs run at stock frequencies
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Founders Edition means "reference clockspeeds with an upgraded heatsink"


With the launch of Nvidia’s Geforce Pascal lineup this week beginning with Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, some members of the press and enthusiast PC community have been silently unsure about the actual differences between Nvidia’s reference card designs and the alternative Founders Edition models that will cost an extra $70 and $100, respectively.

Flexible holographic smartphone uses light-field lens array
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Flexible, bendable 3D inputs for holographic gaming, videoconferencing

Researchers at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab in Canada have developed a flexible, bendable smartphone that uses light-field arrays to create the effects of “motion parallax” and “stereoscopy” to multiple users without the need for VR headsets or glasses. The device was unveiled today at the 2016 ACM CHI conference on Human-Computer Interaction in San Jose, California.

Google files patent for in-eye biological personal computer
Published in Wearables


Intra-ocular device binds to replacement lens capsule inside human eye

Last week, the technologically creative geniuses at Google thought it would be clever to one-up Sony and Samsung’s recent filings for contact lens-integrated wearable PCs and take an approach one step further – perhaps the farthest possible step forward – by filing a patent to inject and integrate an intra-ocular computer directly into the lens capsule of the human eye.

AMD could announce Polaris graphics cards in late May
Published in Graphics


Launching at Computex 2016 show

According to a fresh rumor report, AMD could announced its first Polaris GPU architecture based graphics cards at a dedicated event in China, in late May.

Nvidia shows Doom 2016 on Vulkan API at Dreamhack
Published in Graphics


Running on Geforce GTX 1080

During its pre-Dreamhack show where it announced both its new Pascal-based Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards, Nvidia also showed a neat gameplay video of the upcoming Bethesda Doom game running on Vulkan API and Geforce GTX 1080.

Windows phones and Tablets could get Invisible touch
Published in Mobiles


Pre-sensing touch takes control and slowly tears you apart

Microsoft Research has developed a pre-sensing touch system where the technology allows a touchscreen to anticipate touch input before you lay a finger on the display.

Open source skills in demand
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Bring your own beard

A new report shows that companies are looking for more people with open source skills and the trend is likely to grow.