Acer shows off  21-inch curved gaming notebook
Published in Notebooks


Meet the Predator 21 X

There were a couple of rumors that Acer might be breaking the size limit of gaming notebooks and at the IFA 2016 show in Berlin, it has unveiled its newest Predator 21 X gaming notebook, which is the world's first 21-inch gaming notebook with a curved screen.

Nvidia unveils something with a very long name
Published in Games


Featuring volumetric lighting, better shadows, HBAO+ and more

Nvidia's Lightspeed Studios have been hard at work and have announced a new Fallout 4 mod, the Vault 1080, which will feature some of Nvidia Gameworks effects.

AMD rolls out Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.8.3 drivers
Published in Graphics


Optimizations for Battlefield 1 Open Beta and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.8.3 drivers which should have all the optimizations for recently released Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and the EA/DICE Battlefield 1 Open Beta phase.

Nvidia signs deal with Baidu over AI
Published in News


Self driving cars is the name of the game


Baidu is holding its world conference in Beijing today and has signed a partnership with Nvidia to build a so called “cloud to car” autonomous platform for car makers and for the Chinese market.

Apple chief rants in his pants
Published in News


Irish stew in the name of the law


Arrogant Apple CEO Tim Cook has hit out at the European Commission for daring to fine his company for the trifling amount of Euro 13 billion.

BT runs out of Steam
Published in News


Sues for stealing ideas

Telco BT is suing the game distributor Steam for allegedly nicking its patented email technology.

Motorola gets in focus with Hasselblad
Published in Mobiles


Latest mobile gear


Lenovo used its IFA press conference to unveil some updates to its Motorola-branded product line including some interesting moves with the camera giant Hasselblad.

AMD inks a new deal with GloFlo
Published in Processors


They are still friends

Dispite AMD's deals with other foundries, it seems the fabless chip maker is still a litte too contractly close with GlobalFoundries. AMD announced it is making another payment to GlobalFoundries, precisely because of those other deals.

Chinese are going flat out for IoT
Published in Wearables

 

Reach $127.5 billion by 2020

Beancounters at IDC have been shuffling their tarot cards and are predicting that the Chinese manufactures will be flat out buying up IoT gear by 2020.

Qualcomm details Snapdragon 821
Published in Mobiles


2.4GHz, 10 percent faster at five percent less power

Qualcomm just released a blog post and gave more details about the Snapdragon 821 including some clock speeds and the fact that it needs five percent less power.