Android, Business, Graphics, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

Nvidia In Discussions with 'Many' GPU Licensees

Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang talked about Nvidia’s GPU technology licensing discussions and possibilities during their latest earnings call with analysts.

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Gaming, Graphics, Hardware, Rumors, VR World

AMD’s New 20nm APU Could Lead to Xbox One Slim Model

Xbox One console

AMD and Microsoft have shrunk the Xbox One’s main processor in an effort to maximize efficiency and costs.

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Entertainment, Gaming, Graphics, Hardware, Rumors, VR World

MSI GT80 Titan leaked

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Today info on MSI’s new 18″ portable gaming notebook, the GT80 Titan was leaked.

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Entertainment, Mobile Computing, Rumors, Technology Security, VR World

Wi-Fi Hotspot Name Delays LA to London Flight 14 Hours

American Airlines Wi-Fi Delay

Someone’s questionable Wi-Fi hotspot network name on a flight from LA to London sparked a huge delay, causing the flight to return to the gate.

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Rumors, VR World

Report: Microsoft Smartwatch Set to Launch in Weeks

Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft'

Reliable sources point to a Microsoft smartwatch launch within weeks.

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Android, Business, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Rumors, Software Programs

Nexus 6 Leaks Ahead of Expected Launch

Nexus 6 Leak

Popular smartphone leaker, Evan Blass, also known as Evleaks, has leaked another much anticipated device, the Google Nexus 6, supposedly made by Motorola

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Breaking, Cloud Computing, Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

Hacker Claims to Have Access to 7 Million Dropbox Accounts

Dropbox

A hacker claims to have access to the usernames and passwords of nearly 7 million Dropbox users and will post them all if he or she is paid in Bitcoin.

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Android, Business, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

HTC Nexus 9 Launches at $399 on Oct 15th, Available Nov 3rd

HTC Nexus 9

We have learned that Google’s latest tablet, the HTC Nexus 9 will be launching on October 15th at $399 and will be available in stores November 3rd.

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Global Politics, Rumors, Software Programs, US, VR World

Yahoo to Lay Off Most of Indian Staff

Yahoo

In a surprise move, Yahoo has been rumored to be laying off the majority if not all of their software development staff located in Bangalore, India.

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Analysis, Apple, Business, Companies, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Rumors

GT Advanced Technologies Bankruptcy Crashes Stock 90%

GTAT GT Advanced Technologies

GT Advanced Technologies shares dipped 90% after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection due to a multitude of unknown factors, which may include the loss or non-existence of an Apple sapphire display contract.

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Breaking, Business, Exclusive, Graphics, Hardware, Rumors, VR World

AMD to Enter Another Round of Restructuring This Month

AMD Restructuring

AMD is once again continuing on the company’s path of restructuring with another major reorganization of the company coming later this month.

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Global Politics, Rumors, US

Touchscreen Notebooks Soon to Disappear?

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Touchscreens may soon bid farewell to standard notebook PCs. A recent report from Digitimes — which has often questionable accuracy — has just detailed what seems to be a recent decision by major notebook PC vendors to do away with touchscreens for notebook PCs in the near future. According to the information presented, demand for touchscreen notebooks overall wasn’t as high as expected, and thus affected companies are now planning to adjust accordingly. Following this assessment, the report also states that touchscreen notebook PC vendors will be ceasing production of touchscreen notebooks for the final quarter of the current year. One of the most cited reasons for the

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Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

Google Celebrates 16 Years With Lollipop Laden Cake

Google Logo

Today Google celebrated their 16th birthday with a nice big cake laden with a fairly sizable amount of lollipop on the top. In fact, it seems a bit odd that someone would put that many lollipop candies on a birthday cake, well, that is unless you’re Google. Considering that Google’s next version of the Android operating system carries the “L release” name without an official name, there’s a very good chance that the latest version of Android, possible Android 5.0 will be named Lollip0p. Obviously this is a pretty unsubstantiated rumor, but Google loves to allude to things through their posts on social media. They

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Audio/Video, Business, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Rumors, VR World

GoPro Hero4 to Launch October 8th This Year?

GoPro Hero 4

Remember all of those rumors of the imminent GoPro Hero4 with the 4K capability? Well, it looks like the guys at Petapixel were able to get a scoop from a source that has given the world the full specifications of GoPro’s (NASDAQ:GPRO), newest camera. GoPro, as many of you know recently became a publicly traded company with its IPO launching at $30 and now sits at over $80 a share without any new product announcements. Obviously, GoPro was going to wait until after it went public with its IPO in order to launch the GoPro Hero4 with 4K capability (30 FPS). The previous versions of GoPro’s cameras did do

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Business, Cloud Computing, Enterprise, Rumors, Technology Security, VR World

No, Kevin Mitnick is not Selling Zero Day Exploits to Hackers

Zero Day Kevin Mitnick

There’s a very good chance that today’s Wired piece about Kevin Mitnick’s newest venture has a lot to do with the discovery of the Bash Bug within various Linux and Unix operating systems. This is a bug that could be considered a Zero Day exploit because of the fact that it is a security vulnerability within an application that is possible to exploit due to the fact that the software vendor has no knowledge of it yet or it has not been patched yet. Either way, it is a vulnerability that someone can take advantage of. Now, Wired ran a piece about Kevin Mitnick and his

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Opinion, Rumors, VR World

Vaio To Unveil New Tablet PC?

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Vaio may have shown its determination to get back into the tech market in Japan, but we haven’t really heard anything about any international plans or announcements by the company. Until now it seems, as the company might just have a surprise in store for everyone next month. Vaio gave an indirect, but not-so-cryptic announcement recently of its participation as a sponsor in the upcoming Adobe Max 2014 next month. Within the description of the company at the official event website, it announced that it “will showcase a prototype tablet PC designed by and designed for creative professionals”. The announcement did not just hint, but

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Opinion, Rumors, VR World

Vaio To Unveil New Tablet PC?

vaiologo-1140x641

Vaio may have shown its determination to get back into the tech market in Japan, but we haven’t really heard anything about any international plans or announcements by the company. Until now it seems, as the company might just have a surprise in store for everyone next month. Vaio gave an indirect, but not-so-cryptic announcement recently of its participation as a sponsor in the upcoming Adobe Max 2014 next month. Within the description of the company at the official event website, it announced that it “will showcase a prototype tablet PC designed by and designed for creative professionals”. The announcement did not just hint, but

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Analysis, Event, IFA 2014, Opinion, Rumors

IDF 2014 Murmurings: A True Windows Phablet for Content Creationists?

Imagine this, running Windows and powered by Intel.

While flying from Taipei to San Francisco for the usual September round of tech events, one story in this month’s MacWorld caught my attention: one of the editors was speculating how nice it would be to have a true full Mac in an iPhone size. Of course, Apple may be a little farther from merging the OS X and iOS than we thought earlier, but, what about looking at the same thing on the Wintel platform? Perhaps a Windows Phablet? It could be argued that one big mistake Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) did with Windows Phone is to compete with Android and Apple (NASDAQ: APPL). Windows OS, as

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Apple, Companies, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Rumors, VR World

Video: Russian HD Review of iPhone 6

iPhone 6 Camera

Normally, we don’t like to post most rumors of phones that are rumored to be launching, but considering that we’re nearing the launch of the iPhone 6 this month, many of the rumors, pictures and videos appear to be becoming more and more credible. As is the case with the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)  iPhone 6, with the Rozetked video that claims to show a final production iPhone 6 alongside an iPhone 5S. In fact, everything that they show in this device (which is in HD) clearly falls in line with the majority of the low-res leaks that have appeared over the months. This video is entirely in

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Enterprise, Exclusive, Hardware, Rumors, VR World

Asus X99-E WS Motherboard Leaked

ASUS X99-E WS

As more and more X99 motherboards leak, it only made sense to release a portion of the trove of boards that haven’t already been announced or leaked. The Asus X99-E WS, a Bright Side of News* exclusive, is a particularly interesting one because it is Asus’ (TPE:2357) latest high performance motherboard for workstation users. Because X99 is an entirely new platform there are very likely going to be a lot of people searching for new workstation boards like the X99-E WS to upgrade their workstations. In terms of features, you get all the expected things like Haswell-E support, a plethora of PCIe 3.0 slots, which includes support

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