Apple iOS 9.2 untethered jailbreak release imminent
Published in Mobiles


Pangu and TaiG development teams working separately

It seems as if more than one hacking group is working on an untethered jailbreak release for Apple’s latest iOS mobile operating system. While jailbreaking is not an easy task, several reports are saying there is more than one Chinese development group working on iOS 9.2.

Google and Ford to announce partnership on self-driving cars at CES
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Ford to become first of many in potential partnership

According to the recent report, there is evidence for a good chance that tech giant Google and automotive giant Ford Motor Company may be partnering up at the Consumer Electronics Show this week to announce a joint partnership on self-driving vehicles powered by Google technology.

Intel 14nm Skylake CPU yields reportedly improving
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Retailers continue to sell out quickly

A recent report by the folks at The Motley Fool suggests that Intel finally seems to have things under control for its high-end 14-nanometer Skylake desktop parts with improving yields and more stock on retail shelves.

LG announces “Super UHD” television lineup ahead of CES
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All feature "HDR Plus" technology, IPS panels

In an effort to attract more attention to its brand name just days before the opening day of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the clever marketing team at LG has unveiled details of its premium LED TV lineup for 2016 with the nickname “Super UHD” (Ultra High Definition).

LG to unveil 98-inch 8K Super UHD television at CES
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7680x4320p is now production-ready with High Dynamic Range

LG, the world’s largest panel maker, is set to make a splash at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by unveiling its first production-ready 8K television set. Last September at IFA in Berlin, the company showed off the 98-inch prototype in all its 8K glory, but it was not ready for production.

Warner Home Video announces its first Ultra HD 4K HDR Blu-ray releases for 2016
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Over 35 titles by end of year, some supporting Dolby Atmos and DTS:X

In the consumer entertainment industry’s big push to gradually phase out the 1080p Blu-ray disc format and replace it with the upcoming 2160p Ultra HD Blu-ray format, many have come to expect an initial lineup of titles to slowly trickle in just like the days of its predecessor’s big rollout back in November 2006 with the launch of the PlayStation 3.

Windows 10 market share approaching Windows 8.1
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Thanks to “Free Upgrade” offer, upgrade aggressiveness

The folks over at Neowin have recently reported that Microsoft’s latest operating system is quickly approaching a large installation base worldwide and should eventually overtake Windows 8.1 as the world’s second most dominant operating system (behind Windows 7) sometime later this year.

Oculus Touch controller delayed until Q2 2016
Published in Graphics


Still out of Touch

Oculus touch controllers will be delayed until Q2 2016 as the company needs more time to perfect the technology. This was confirmed in company's official blog.

Rise of the Tomb Raider bundled with Geforce
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From January 7 2016

After successful holiday sales, Nvidia wants to boost its January bottom line with a Rise of the Tomb Raider bundle for selected Geforce desktop and mobile cards.

Xbox One Polaris leaked
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AMD's GPU based prototype?

AMD's 2016 architecture will end up  carrying the rather cool name of Polaris and the Radeon 4000 series might make its first appearance in an updated Xbox One.