AMD officially announces its Computex 2016 press event
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Top brass at the event

AMD has now officially announced its press conference that will be held on June 1st, during Computex 2016 show in Taipei, Taiwan, which will be all about Polaris GPU updates as well as AMD's 7th generation A-series APUs.

MediaTek is a Daydream believer
Published in Mobiles


Qualcomm still keeping quiet

MediaTek has told some media outlets that it plans to support Google's new VR platform called Daydream.

Mediatek will spin off VR unit next month
Published in Wearables


Will boost VR business

MediaTek is so confident about its VR plans it is going to spin off its VR division to form an independent company in June.

Meizu with edge display coming
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Snap showned off to world

Meizu's CEO Huang Zhang a well-known info leaker has shared a picture of a curved Meizu phone that is expected later this year.

ARM announces 10nm chip
Published in Processors


Artemis on board

ARM's colaboration with TSMC has finally born some fruit with the tapeout of a 10nm test chip to show off the company's readiness for the new manufacturing process.

FT-LCD panel makers see slight growth
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Still not as good as last year

Taiwan-based TFT-LCD panel makers are seeing slight stirrings in their industry, according to a report from Digitimes Research.

Uber wants self-driving cars
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Does not have to pay the drivers

Controversial taxi outfit Uber is working on self-driving vehicle technologies for more than a year and it's finally shown off an autonomous car.

Google releases more Home Speaker details
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No word on price though

Google is releasing a competitor to Amazon’s runaway speaker success the Echo later this year.

Google's Chromebook platform will not be "online-only" anymore
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Android app support comes to Chrome OS

On Thursday, Google announced that its Play Store will now be integrated into Chrome OS, giving all of Google’s Chromebook users instant access to the entire catalog of 1.5 million Android apps. This is a strategic horizontal decision that could potentially give much more value to the company’s cloud-centered OS for students, developers, low-income users and anyone interested in a lightweight, affordable computing option.

Huawei supports Daydream VR
Published in Mobiles


With both Kirin and Qualcomm devices

Fudzilla has an official note from Huawei saying it will be one of the first companies to support Daydream, Google’s platform for high performance mobile virtual reality.