Selling for $/€ 295 + $/€ 315
Fossil has launched updated Android Wear watches and started to sell them. Most of the models use a 45mm case size and they have an unknown SoC but an educated guess suggests it would not be a surprise if it features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100.
2.4 and 5GHz and even 802.11ac
MediaTek has some decent network products and Asus and Xiaomi have a few midrange routers based on its SoC (system on a chip). Now it looks likely that Microsoft’s One S will use two MediaTek SoCs for wireless connectivity.
MediaTek Helio X20 inside
Xiaomi has just released a new version of its Redmi Note series called Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Pro. This is a 5.5-inch phone with anHelio X20 that sells for $178.96 for the 16GB version with 2GB RAM.
Shipping in Q4, Note 7 supports it
Qualcomm has been very vocal about 4x4 LTE MIMO and its support for this standard. Samsung is preparing to start shipping its LTE infrastructure in Q4 16 and we also learned that the Galaxy Note 7 also supports 4x4 LTE MIMO.
Fudzilla readers get it for $19.99
Xiaomi is a company that tends to positively surprise us with technology and the Xiaomi VR Play Virtual Reality wearable slot-in head-mounted display is one of these cool devices. Xiaomi VR Play was announced three weeks ago and is now available for preorders for $28.99, but Gearbest gave Fudzilla readers the chance to buy it for $19.99.
Incredibly important win
Back in January, Nvidia revealed that it had a two Parker SoCs on a board that it calls Drive PX 2 and that the Volvo XC90 will be the first car to use it. A few days back, Uber revealed that customers in down town Pittsburg will be able to use Volvo XC90 cars for their Uber rides.
Created with automotives in mind
Danny Shapiro, Nvidia's Senior Director of Automotives, has revealed a few details about the "Parker", Nvidia’s Newest SOC for Autonomous Vehicles.
Engineering samples are out already
AMD has revealed a heap of details about its 32-core Zen based product - codenamed Naples - and we have a few things to add.
Attacking the profitable server market
Today, most of the world server and data center market share belongs to Intel, while AMD and the whole ARM server conspiracy, sorry egosystems are making tiny contributions when and if opportunities rise.