Nvidia officially announces the new Geforce GTX 1060
Published in Graphics


Retail availability and reviews coming on July 19

Nvidia has now officially unveiled its third Pascal-based graphics card, the mid-range Geforce GTX 1060, which will have an MSRP of US $249.

Nvidia rolls out new Geforce 368.69 WHQL drivers
Published in Graphics


Game Ready for DiRT Rally VR

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 368.69 WHQL Game Ready drivers which will bring all the optimizations for the new DiRT Rally VR game, which heavily focuses on virtual reality experience.

Microsoft plans DirectX 12 improvements
Published in News


Wants to simplify Multi-GPU support

Software king of the world Microsoft has a cunning plan to improve Multi-GPU support in DirectX 12.

Qualcomm’s VP talks about Project Tango in phones
Published in Mobiles


Lenovo and Snadragon 800 and 600 support

Lenovo Phab2 Pro is going to be available very soon and this Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 based phone is the world’s first phone that supports Google’s Project Tango. Fudzilla had a chance to speak with Qualcomm’s Vice President, Product Management Seshu Madhavapeddy and learn about the path that got this impressive technology to phone form factor.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 starts at US $249
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Founders Edition priced at US $299

Just a couple of hours before the rumored official paper launch for the Geforce GTX 1060, a set of leaked slides have revealed the final pieces of the puzzle, the price and the availability date.

Apple finally gives up on 16 GB iPhone  storage
Published in Mobiles


End of a marketing ploy

Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally given up on a pretty dumb marketing ploy which made its phones look a little cheaper.

Tesla autopilot ready this year
Published in News


Autopilot 2.0 might not kill you

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Tesla Motors’s Autopilot 2.0 is coming soon.

German churches installing wi-fi
Published in Mobiles


Fighting for declining members

German protestant churches, which are losing members faster than Blackberry is losing market share, are turning to wi-fi to help them out.

Samsung releases UFS memory card line
Published in Memory


256GB and speeds up to 530MB/s

Samsung has announced the introduction of the first Universal Flash Storage (UFS) memory card line-up, which it claims has capacities of up to 256GB and speeds up to 530MB/s.

Samsung beats Wall Street estimates
Published in News


It is actually selling smartphones

While its rivals, like Apple, are suffering, Samsung is doing rather well – in fact much better than the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street have predicted.