Intel Optane technology support
Intel is gearing up to launch its third generation 14nm processor codenamed Kaby Lake which is a minor update to the Skylake generation.
Beating Oculus in shipping game
HTC has claimed that all Vive VR headsets ordered will ship within 72 hours from the time of order. This is a huge improvement considering that you have to wait weeks if not months to get the Vive delivered.
Helio X20 starts at $199
Le Eco is a company that got renamed from Le TV and it looks like they are ready to ship four phones, some with Helio X20 and some with Snapdragon 820 chips inside.
Goldmont 14nm will bring fast Atom notebooks in 2H16
Intel has not given up on its power saving roadmap even if it will not produce any more phone SoCs. In fact its Apollo Lake notebook platform can bring up to 30 percent better performance.
With sub 40 to 50W TDP
AMD has two GPUs which should make future Mac notebooks and PCs and both are based on Polaris 10 and 11 GPUs. Our original story yesterday smoked out a few more details from our industry sources.
Exclusive: Nvidia snubbed as Apple goes AMD
It looks like Nvidia is not getting a look inside the marketing powerhouse which is the Apple Walled Garden of Delights .
Faster clocks than Skylake with same TDP
Skylake desktop CPU's are doing well but it looks like Kaby Lake will arrive in late 2016 and clean its clock.
OLED, better tracking
Xiaomi has released its Miband 2 and the new fitness band offers much for a tiny price. It starts selling tomorrow for equivalent of $23 (149 Yuan) in China and a few companies will ship it to Europe and USA for a bit more.
Polaris 10, available June 29th
Ahead of its evening keynote at Computex 2016, AMD graphics chief Raja Koduri has just introduced what we used to call "Polaris". The company has decided on branding its tenth-generation graphics lineup the Radeon RX 400 Series, beginning first with the Radeon RX 480.
Server follows, then notebook
At the Q and A session after AMD's press conference, company CEO Lisa Su just confirmed that desktop Zen x86 chips are the first products to arrive for consumers. These will be followed by a server lineup, then a notebook lineup.