Samsung introduces pair of FreeSync UHD monitors
Published in Graphics


Starting at $399

Samsung has launched two 3840x2160 (UHD) monitors with support for AMD’s FreeSync technology. 

AOC launches two FreeSync monitors
Published in Graphics
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 11:42

AOC launches two FreeSync monitors


24- and 27-inchers on a budget

AOC has announced a duo of gaming monitors boasting support for AMD’s FreeSync display synchronisation technology.

Blackview Hero 2 RF action camera reviewed
Published in Reviews


Review: We can be heroes, just for one day

Action cameras seem to be the trend of the season, and this summer is shaping up to be very hot for these rugged devices. 

Dual-boot Rikomagic RKM MK36 mini PC reviewed
Published in Reviews


Review: No throttling here

Today we will be taking a look at another Bay Trail mini PC, based on a snappy tablet SoC in a compact chassis.

LG unveils 4K FreeSync monitor
Published in Graphics
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 08:06

LG unveils 4K FreeSync monitor


27 inches of stutter free gaming

LG has launched the world’s first 4K/UHD monitor with support for AMD FreeSync. 

Nvidia Pascal GP100 GPU reportedly tapes out
Published in Graphics


16nm HBM2 design

Nvidia has reportedly successfully taped out Pascal, its next generation GPU based on a new FinFET node, with new memory to boot. 

Qualcomm and Allwinner teaming up for LTE tablets
Published in Processors


Another Chinese marriage of convenience

Chipmakers Qualcomm and Allwinner are teaming up to develop and market affordable LTE tablet platforms for the Chinese market.

New Moto phones and Moto 360 successor coming soon
Published in Wearables


Summertime

Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanquing has confirmed that several new Motorola devices are on the way, including a new flagship phone and smartwatch. 

ASRock integrated Braswell boards listed in Europe
Published in Motherboards


Starting at €70 for dual-core Celeron N3050

ASRock’s new integrated Braswell boards are coming and now we got a chance to see some listings in Euroland. 

Snapdragon 810 powers new Project Tango device
Published in Mobiles


Adreno 430 makes the grade

Google has selected Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 for a new Project Tango device – a dual-camera smartphone with advanced 3D features.