AMD will be staying where it is for now.
On the heels of AMD’s new 20nm APU chip, Sony may be readying its own PS4 Slim variant–and these pictures may have captured the compact console.
Some users are reporting that their Android devices that have been updated to Android 5.0 lollipop are seemingly sluggish or slow after getting the update
The USPS has stated that around 800,000 employees of the USPS have had their personal information, including social security numbers compromised by hackers
Motorola’s 2014 Moto X is getting updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop today with some users getting update prompts, beating Google’s own Nexus line of devices.
Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang talked about Nvidia’s GPU technology licensing discussions and possibilities during their latest earnings call with analysts.
AMD and Microsoft have shrunk the Xbox One’s main processor in an effort to maximize efficiency and costs.
Today info on MSI’s new 18″ portable gaming notebook, the GT80 Titan was leaked.
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.
Reliable sources point to a Microsoft smartwatch launch within weeks.
Popular smartphone leaker, Evan Blass, also known as Evleaks, has leaked another much anticipated device, the Google Nexus 6, supposedly made by Motorola
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.
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.
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.
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.
AMD is once again continuing on the company’s path of restructuring with another major reorganization of the company coming later this month.
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
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
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
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