Nvidia teases Marshmallow for Shield K1
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Android 6.0 for Nvidia this year

The fresh blood in Nvidia’s Tegra Team,the legendary Will O’Neal  has teased us with a video about the upcoming Android 6.0 for Shield tablet K1.

Quarter of all Android phones to get pressure sensitive screens
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Apple had them now everyone else will want them

Dispite the fact that no one was interested in pressure sensitive touch phones until Apple released the iPhone 6S this year. HIS believes that many big names including Samsung, Sony and Xiaomi phones are suddenly going to discover the feature which has been part of Android since the beginning.

VR to be worth $100M claims AMD
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But not until 2020

Enthusiasts, or those with the cash for a Radeon Fury X and Geforce GTX 980 TI or Titan, expect to see a boom of VR devices such as HTC Vive or the Oculus Rift. But according to AMD's CFO the VR business will start making some serious money only in 2020. 

Radeon Fury X2 Gemini delayed to early 2016
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Let's not destroy Xmas sales

AMD has pushed back its plans to release its Radeon Fury X2 Gemini card in 2015.

Nvidia loses patent case against Samsung
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ITC rules in Samsung's favour

The US International Trade Commission has cleared Samsung and Qualcomm from the claim that they used Nvidia patents without permission. 

Samsung's GPU project slows
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A laa dee dee, a one two three its Samsung's Larrabee

A while ago Fudzilla reported that Samsung has been working hard  making its own, in house GPU, but it is starting to look like things are not working well in the mix and there have been a few delays.

Microsoft lets you keep 15GB free storage
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One click away on One Drive

Microsoft made a terrible PR decision to roll back the free storage space from original 15GB to 5GB and has "sort of"changed its  mind and told users there is a way to keep the free space.

Micron offers 2X GDDR5 Speed in 2016
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Updatad: The next generation

Micron has promised to launch a new kind of memory that is twice the speed of mainstreams GDDR5 . This will be released during 2016 and will be company's answer to HBM.

GDDR5, GDDR6 rule 2016 GPUs
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Exclusive: Highest end are HBM 2.0, GDDR6, GDDR5X

AMD over-hyped the new  High Bandwidth Memory standard and now the second generation HBM 2.0 is coming in 2016. However it looks like most of GPUs shipped in this year will still rely on the older GDDR5.

Intel gets the iPhone C modem deal
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Exclusive: Spring launch

Intel will be under the bonnet of the next generation iPhone C with its modem design. The company won't score the big iPhone 7 as this is in the safe hands of Qualcomm, Fudzilla can reveal.