Raspberry Pi 3 launches with 64-bit Cortex A53, now available for $35
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Competition with Pine A64 project heats up


The folks at the Raspberry Pi foundation have just released the third-generation version of their highly popular single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi 3, now complete with a 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 chip to keep up with modern times along with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth this time around.

Transcend releases 1TB MTS800 M.2 SSD
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SATA III 6Gbps, no PCI-E support for now

Taiwanese memory giant Transcend has just released a new top-tier 1TB storage capacity for its MTS800 line of SATA III 6Gbps M.2 SSDs for ultra-thin computing devices, including ultrabooks, tablet computers and laptops.

Sony patent reveals glove controller for PlayStation VR
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Flex sensors, pressure sensors, biometric sensors and more


New patents filed by Sony Computer Entertainment with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) reveal that the gaming giant is preparing to release a much-requested glove controller sometime in the future for its PlayStation VR platform, set to launch later this fall.

Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division gets a new trailer
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Shows it running at 60 FPS on PC

Ubisoft has released a new trailer for its Tom Clancy's The Division game which shows it running in full 60 FPS glory on the PC.

Zotac unveils new Sonix 480GB PCIe SSD
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Based on Phison E7 controller and Toshiba MLC NAND

Zotac has unveiled its first NVMe PCIe-based SSD that will be based on Phison E7 controller with Toshiba MLC NAND, the Zotac Sonix 480GB PCIe SSD.

Samsung mass produces 256 GB embedded memory
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Flash will save everyone of us 

Samsung is mass producing the industry’s first 256 GB embedded memory based on the UFS 2.0 standard, for next-generation high-end mobile devices.

Apple’s design genii make a click of themselves
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OS X El Capitan page not for dirty minds

The design genii at Apple scored an own goal with the website’s CSS code to prevent people misreading the tagline for its latest operating system, OS X El Capitan.

Heat-pipes in smartphones could be the next big thing
Published in Mobiles


Ye can hear the sound of the pipes a calling


When Samsung adopted heat-pipes for its Galaxy S7-series, it might have kicked off a new trend in the smartphone industry.

Samsung deletes its logo from Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge
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At least in South Korea and China


Samsung going to kill its ‘Samsung’ logo on the front side of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge at least in South Korea and China.

Republican’s shun the Apple fanboy vote
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There are more important things than Apple


About the only thing that US republican presidential hopefuls can agree on is that Apple should stop mucking around and hack the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone 5C for the FBI.