Tracking muscle movements using head-mounted display
In Moscow, scientists are currently using Google Glass to research early-stage brain diseases based on how patients react in augmented reality situations.
A smaller version of existing 16nm technology
According to industry sources, TSMC is planning to introduce a 12 nanometer half-node process to enhance competition with 28nm and lower process nodes that have been adopted over the past few years.
Company now offers three streaming services
Starting Thursday, AT&T says it will be launching DirecTV Now, an Internet-based video streaming version of its DirecTV satellite programming lineup at a much lower cost and without any contracts or installation fees.
AMOLED will be big hardware focus next year
Next year, smartphone production volume is expected to grow by 4.5 percent to reach 1.4 billion units, according to the latest market forecast.
Over the past few days, more information has been revealed regarding AMD’s pricing and performance configurations for its Zen desktop processors, codenamed Summit Ridge.
Lower unemployment rates fuel consumer confidence
Online sales during Black Friday, the busiest shopping day in November and often the entire year, reached $3.34 billion in the United States by the day’s close, surpassing $3 billion in e-commerce transactions for the very first time.
Pricing to be similar with GTX 1080
Yesterday, a possible release date surfaced for AMD’s upcoming high-performance GPU based on Vega 10 architecture with HBM2 memory.
Larger display, but no headphone jack
HTC took the wraps off yet another flagship smartphone in its product lineup for 2016, the HTC 10 Evo. The device is headed for the Taiwan market at the moment and will be up for pre-order this week, with availability starting in December.
Sony's $399 VR headset expected to take the lead
According to a recent estimate from virtual reality market sources, Oculus and Sony are positioned to pull ahead in total shipments of their VR headsets next year as HTC trails behind due to a disadvantage in pricing.
First growth quarter after eight quarters of decline
According to a report from DigiTimes Research, the number of notebook shipments worldwide is expected to reach 41.65 million units in Q4 2016 as demand from the year-end holiday season begins to pick up.