There’s no doubt that Virtual Reality is starting to gather steam ahead of 2016, which should marked as the year when VR ‘broke in’ – with launches and general availability of consumer versions of numerous VR headsets, such as Oculus Rift, Sony Morpheus, HTC Vive (made in collaboration with Valve), Starbreeze StarVR and many others. Developing VR content is requiring a lot of hardware horsepower, and appropriate middleware. According to key content producers such as Crytek, CCP, EA and others, AMD has a leadership on VR with its Liqid VR set of tools. In order to stimulate content developers, and explain how VR is developing, AMD supported the
The Star Wars: The Force Awakens show reel starts with “Everything’s changed, but nothing has changed”. It shows us what was revealed to the fans at the 2015 Comic Con in San Diego. A combination of personal views from the actors, behind the scenes shots and some rather interesting glimpes of what’s about to come later. It’s a real treat for anyone who ever loved these movies. It’s a glimpse into the fascinating space of Star Wars. If we’re honest completely. Revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H, it treated fans with a special look behind the scenes of Star Wars:The Force Awakens by
Computex has seen better years.
Intel is pushing hard to become a leader in the SSD space.
Mobile cores are growing. But really, what do you really need them all for?
A San Francisco-based startup aims to bring computers to 3 billion consumers in emerging markets
While its Computex press conference teased the audience with the next-generation graphics processor from AMD, we can now confirm that the company will reveal its Fiji GPUs on an event taking place in Los Angeles, CA – during E3 2015 conference. AMD set a placeholder on its website for the webcast “AMD Future Graphics Technologies”, where you can watch the livecast (after RSVP/registration) on June 16, 2015 between 9-10AM Pacific (5PM GMT, 6PM Zagreb, 12PM Singapore). What will the Radeon Fury bring…?
AMD used Computex to show off its latest SoC.
SanDisk’s 128GB flash drive is only the size of a dime.
Intel says that it’s bringing USB-C compatibility to Thunderbolt.
Cooler Master wants to plug into the maker community.
Notice that Windows icon in your toolbar? That’s Microsoft telling you Windows 10 is almost here.
The Helio P10 fits into the mid-range in MediaTek’s SoC lineup.
Asus starts another Computex by launching new wearables and tablets at the show in Taipei.
The PC hardware industry’s most important trade show starts this week in Taiwan.
As we are approaching Computex and the majority of press and media analysts are in the plane en route Taipei, companies such as Intel, Nvidia and AMD are polishing their press releases for the first day of the show. One such product is GeForce GTX 980 Ti, a product refresh which does not have a lot to do with ‘refresh’. While the original GTX 980 was based of GM204 GPU, featuring 2048 CUDA cores attached to 4 or 8GB of GDDR5 memory. As you might have guessed, the chip was using 256-bit memory bus. When you combine GPU clock of 1.12 GHz and GDDR5 clock
CES Asia wrapped up in Shanghai last week. Despite the fears of many, Computex is still Asia’s dominant technology trade show.
The inaugural CES Asia opened Sunday night in Shanghai with a keynote by Audi.
Next year’s CES will be capped at 176,000.
Hosting an event like CES in Shanghai is bound to have its challenges. But CES Asia’s Show Director explains how he’s planning to have a smooth show.