Self-driving vehicle advancements take the spotlight this year
On Wednesday, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took its gaming audience two years back by re-introducing its cloud-based game streaming service, Geforce NOW. The difference this time around, however, is that the platform will finally expand from its limited use on Shield Android devices and make its way to PC users worldwide.
OLED, nano cells, wider viewing angles and Technicolor Advanced HDR are us
During its annual keynote at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, LG announced a new range of Super UHDTVs and a new “revolution” to the television experience it is calling the OLED W series.
Begins its push into VR-ready notebooks
During the CES Unveiled event last evening in Las Vegas, Lenovo unveiled a new gaming sub-category of notebooks called Legion, aimed at professional users and gamers alike.
More overclocking headroom than some higher-rated kits
Kingston Technology’s HyperX product division is one of those memory brands that has consistently ranked high with gamers and overclocking professionals for its ability to deliver tight timings, reliable performance, and quality heatsink designs that deliver stable temperatures for a variety of high-bandwidth applications.
Only to select handful of Enhanced Autopilot customers for now
Just before the new year began to roll in across the globe, Tesla announced a significant software update to its Autopilot feature for a select handful of “Hardware 2” vehicles produced after October 2016 that enable full self-driving capabilities.
Competes with Honda Clarity and Toyota Mirai
According to a recent report, Hyundai has been developing a second-generation hydrogen fuel cell SUV as a successor to the Tucson Fuel Cell SUV released in 2014.
Device activations still top holiday charts
Apple is expected to cut back its production of iPhone devices by about 10 percent in the first financial quarter of 2017 due to slower than expected sales, according to a Nikkei daily report filed on Thursday.
Apple to receive 40 million of them
Next year, the number of flexible AMOLED panels being shipped worldwide for use in smartphones is expected to triple from its current volume of 50 million units, according to the latest industry estimates.
30 percent automation in China by 2020
According to the latest reports from Foxconn executives, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer now plans to replace nearly its entire human workforce with automated machines over three testing phases, due to advancements in the number of robots it can produce per year.
94 percent of crashes attributed to human error
Telsa’s autopilot navigation system has been featured in the news several times since its introduction in October 2014, mostly due to several fatalities that have occurred this past year and have been under investigation by review boards.