Sharp on the cutting edge
Sharp announced that it's going to manufacture the world's sharpest display.
Game-ready driver for GTA V
Nvidia has released its latest WHQL-certified Geforce driver, which is also a Game Ready driver for the highly anticipated PC version of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V game.
Thanks but no thanks
Qualcomm has issued a statement in response to an idea floated by Jana Partners a couple of days ago.
No Android Wear, all about fitness and health
Asus has launched a smartwatch designed for fitness buffs, but it might appeal to the average geek due to its great battery life.
The price of being China’s Apple
Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi is complaining about the ever-growing number of faked products.
Tech details online
Chipzilla has been publishing more information about its Knight's Landing Xeon Phi (co)processors.
Locked up in Cell
Chinese panel makers BOE and Tianma thought they would be onto a winner Full HD displays with in-cell LTPS TFT LCDs and TDDI (touch with display driver) technology for handsets.
And it can't even try what it creates
Normally when people are set to retire they have a crack at writing a novel or a biography and it seems that IBM's supercomputer Watson is no different.
This is the dawning of the Age of Aquaris
The first Ubuntu-powered smartphone, the Aquaris E4.5 has been released in the EU with a budget friendly €170 price tag.
Spin it off warns sctivist investor
Qualcomm has been told to spin-off its "worthless" chip unit away from its patent-licensing business in order to boost sliding stock prices.