Android, Google, News, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World, Wearables

Google Officially Names Android M as Marshmallow

For as long as this operating system existed, it was either codenamed or officially named for candies. Thus, it is no surprise that Google is yet again going for the sugar candy name for the Android 6.0, which is scheduled to debut soon. Called Marshmallow, it will feature the next step in the evolution of the mobile system, designed to provide speed, ease of use and advanced features for the users. “Whether you like them straight out of the bag, roasted to a golden brown exterior with a molten center, or in fluff form, who doesn’t like marshmallows? We definitely like them! Since the launch of the M Developer


Gaming, Rumors, VR World

Rumor: New Mass Effect 4 Info Leaked By Survey Participant

A Redditor claims to know what the future holds for Mass Effect, and it might surprise you.


Apple, Business, Companies, Hardware, iOS, Operating Systems, Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

Report: Apple to Release Three New iPhones in 2015

According to various sources, Apple is set to release three new Apple iPhone models later in the year, adding a new, smaller model to its lineup as well


Gaming, Rumors

Rumor: 4K Ready PS4 and Xbox One Models Incoming

Sony and Microsoft might be readying new console models for 4K video playback, but 4K gaming won’t be included.


Gaming, Rumors

Report: First Pictures Of Sony’s Slim PS4 Leaked

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.


Apple, Companies, VR World

Apple is Not Going to Embrace ARM on Desktop

Intel boss dismisses claim by analyst that Apple would look to ARM for desktop chips in the future.


Rumors, VR World

Report: Microsoft Smartwatch Set to Launch in Weeks

Reliable sources point to a Microsoft smartwatch launch within weeks.


Analysis, Rumors

Don't Yet Dismiss Apple Shifting Macbooks to ARM

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Rumors of an impending demise of Mactel are nothing new. But as ARM continues its momentum and Intel grapples with the delay of Broadwell, it’s worth taking a second look at the case for ARM on Mac. Although the Apple-Intel partnership has been going great ever since the Cupertino giant switched to Intel’s offerings from PowerPC processors in 2005, cost considerations and rising momentum of 64-bit ARM hardware may see a similar shift from Intel to ARM in the near future. At least that’s what Jean-Louis Gassée, a former Apple executive that served the company from 1981 to 1990, thinks. Although the Apple Gassée knew is a


3D, AMD, Companies, Graphics, Intel

Some Radeon 5870 rumours are BS… some aren’t ;)

I’ve received word from a reader that some Germans wrote a story  containing details about RV870, e.g. Radeon “5870”. Neoseeker brought the translation forward , and while some parts make a lot of sense, some really don’t. First of all, the RV870 is supposed to be a 40nm part, but that’s not something that we didn’t know already. Both Nvidia and AMD are going to bring 40nm half-node parts first, followed by 32 and 28nm full-nodes. According to the story, the GPU is supposed to contain 25% more shaders than Radeon 4800 series, bringing the theoretical computational power to 1.5 TFLOPS. Well, you don’t need