Up to 10 percent faster than GTX 970M
It seems that Nvidia is preparing yet another mobile GPU and according to early details, it could be up to 10 percent faster than GTX 970M. Well, good so far.
Will be offering VBIOS update and free thermal pads
EVGA has issued an official update regarding recent VRM bugs on GTX 1080 FTW and GTX 1070 FTW graphics cards with the ACX 3.0 cooler.
Raspberry Pi on steroids breaks its pledge goal
AAEON has pushed its new version of an ultra-compact single board computer to Kickstarter, called the UP² (UP Squared), which has a somewhat larger footprint but offers many more connectivity options and features as well as more powerful Intel Apollo Lake chips.
Starts at US $1,199.99
Alienware has updated its 13-inch Alienware 13 notebook by equipping it with Nvidia's Geforce GTX 1060 with 6GB of VRAM, making it both VR Ready and giving it a significant boost in graphics performance.
Based on mid-range B350 chipset
Two new Gigabyte motherboards with the new AM4 socket have been spotted online, showing what to expect from launch later this year.
Based on Polaris 11 GPU
Following the launch of Apple's latest MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks and the official announcement of the Radeon Pro 400 series graphics cards used in those notebooks, AMD has now revealed a few more details about those chips.
Bringing optimal experience for plenty new games
Nvidia has officially released its new Geforce 375.70 WHQL Game Ready drivers which should provide better gaming experience in plenty of new games, including the upcoming Dishonored 2 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as well as the new Titanfall 2 game.
Fixing problems with Titanfall 2 game
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.3 hotfix drivers in order to address issues in the new Titanfall 2 game.
Coming in three versions
Apple has "unveiled" its newest Apple MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks at its special Hello Again event, confirming earlier rumors of OLED Touch Bar, Touch ID and USB-C ports.
Shipping before Christmas
We stumbled upon a listing for Xiaomi's latest Mi MIX which puts the new smartphone on pre-order for US $659.99 for the standard 4GB/128GB and US $759.99 for the 6GB/256GB Mi MIX 18K version.