5.7-inch and 5.0-inch mid-rangers
LG is finally releasing some more mid-range oriented smartphones designed around its recently unveiled G4 flagship smartphone. ,
To go head to head with Qualcomm Quick Charge tech
Qualcomm was quite keen to advertise its Quick Charge technology over the past couple of quarters, but MediaTek has now unveiled the new Pump Express Plus technology in an effort to go head to head with Qualcomm.
Ahead of the E3 2015 reveal
While we already knew that Bethesda will be showing off the new Doom game at its E3 2015 event on June 14th, we did not expect it to launch a teaser ahead of the event.
DiRT: Rally is
According to an update we recieved from AMD, the recent bundles which we saw running at Newegg.com, are not AMD's doing, at least not all of them, as Grand Theft Auto 5 is not officially part of AMD's bundle, but DiRT: Rally is.
As well as first Windows 10 OS 352.84 WHQL driver
Nvidia has been rolling out Game Ready Geforce graphics card drivers with almost every major game launch and has now announced its first Geforce 352.84 WHQL-certified driver for Windows 10, as well as the new Geforce 352.86 WHQL Gamer Ready drivers for current Windows OS versions.
Quite an impressive cinematic trailer
While getting some rather impressive scores from well known review sites, CD Projekt Red has now released the final launch trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which should officially launch on Tuesdays, May 19th.
Gets a new release date trailer as well
Ubisoft has now confirmed the precise release date for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege which should be released on October 13th.
With Samsung 4Gb IC chips
G.Skill has announced its latest and highest frequency Ripjaws 4 DDR4 kit working at 3666MHz.
Select graphics card already bundled on Newegg.com
With Nvidia launching its newest game bundle, it is time for AMD to up the ante by bundling some of its Radeon 200 series graphics cards with Grand Theft Auto 5 and DiRT Rally games.
With the newest update for Shield Hub app
While it was previously limited to 720p resolution at 60 frames-per-second, Nvidia's latest update for the Shield Hub Android app has now brought support for 1080p@60FPS game streaming to Shield devices.