Xiaomi Miband 2 launched
Published in Wearables


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. 

Apple sauces up monitor with GPU
Published in Graphics


5k thunderbolt monitor

Fruity cargo cult Apple is set to launch a new version of its Thunderbolt monitor so it can handle 5K resolution (5120x2880) using its own discrete GPU placed behind the screen.

EVGA shows its own custom SLI HB bridges at Computex
Published in Graphics


For Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards

EVGA also brought its own custom SLI High-Bandwidth (HB) bridges to Computex 2016 show.

MSI unveils four different GTX 1070 graphics cards
Published in Graphics


Not including the GTX 1070 Founders Edition

MSI has apparently prepared a total of four different custom GTX 1070 graphics cards, including a hybrid cooled GTX 1070 Sea Hawk.

Seasonic announces new Prime power supply series
Published in News


Coming in 650W to 1000W with 80 Plus Titanium

At the Computex 2016 show in Taiwan, Seasonic has officially announced its new flagship Prime series that will be available with both 80 Plus Titanium and 80 Plus Platinum efficiency rating.

Huawai building daydream phone
Published in Mobiles


Dream catcher


Huawei has signed up to be one of the first phone makers to build a handset that works with Google’s new VR platform – daydream.

MediaTek gets into the car race
Published in Wearables


Talking to European car vendors

MediaTek's R&D teams are working with European-based car vendors to develop the company's automotive electronics and virtual reality (VR) offerings.

Samsung released two new wearables
Published in Wearables


Gear Fit 2 and IconX earbuds


Samsung has announced two new wearables — an update to its Gear Fit activity tracker and the IconX, a pair of wireless earbuds for runners.

Smartphone shipments to fall further
Published in Mobiles


So much for iPhone 7 and small screens saving Apple’s bacon

Any hopes that the Smartphone industry will pull out of its woes this year have been dashed by the latest IDC report.

University shooting was over code
Published in News


Hell hath no fury like a “wronged” developer

The man who fatally shot a UCLA professor in his office before turning the gun on himself was a developer who thought his teacher had nicked his code.