Sony's $399 VR headset expected to take the lead
According to a recent estimate from virtual reality market sources, Oculus and Sony are positioned to pull ahead in total shipments of their VR headsets next year as HTC trails behind due to a disadvantage in pricing.
First growth quarter after eight quarters of decline
According to a report from DigiTimes Research, the number of notebook shipments worldwide is expected to reach 41.65 million units in Q4 2016 as demand from the year-end holiday season begins to pick up.
Works with any Ultra HDTV using a MediaTek chipset
On Sunday, MediaTek announced UltraCast, a new chipset-enabled streaming technology that allows users of MediaTek Helio-based smartphones to stream 4K content wirelessly to their television sets and set-top boxes.
“Easily clocked” to 4.2GHz with standard air or liquid cooling
Last week, two Chinese sources revealed some details regarding the naming schemes and potential pricing of AMD’s upcoming Zen-based desktop processor lineup, codenamed “Summit Ridge”.
Some customers experiencing abrupt shutdowns
On Sunday, Apple launched a repair service for users of a small batch of iPhone 6S devices that have been experiencing shutdown problems due to faulty batteries.
Process node scaling is becoming very expensive
Carbon nanotubes have long been proposed as a significant substrate replacement to transform the chip design industry as we know it.
Companies also form retail partnership
This Saturday, American AT&T mobile customers will be able to send text messages at home and in the workplace using Amazon’s cylindrical and hockey puck-shaped Echo devices.
Final product will cost $5
A recyclable, folding paper helmet may not be the first product that comes to mind when preparing to ride a bicycle down a busy street, but the idea has just won international recognition.
550MB/s reads, 500MB/s writes
Yesterday, Plextor announced its next-generation ultraportable external solid state disk drives featuring USB Type-C Gen II ports, the Plextor EX-1 series.
Cuts will happen in corporate units
On Thursday, AOL said it will be laying off five percent of its staff with nearly 500 employees expected to lose their jobs as part of a regrowth strategy for its mobile and video businesses.