Software for hardware reviewers and manufacturers
Futuremark unveiled yet another piece of software, Testdriver, which is benchmark automation software aimed at IT administrators, hardware manufacturers, reviewers, and others alike that test hardware on a daily basis.
12nm FinFET, PCIe interface, and 5120 CUDA cores
After talking about the new Volta GPU at the GPU Technology Conference earlier last month, Nvidia has now officially unveiled the PCIe-based Tesla V100 GPU accelerator, based on the GV100 GPU and offering 14 TFLOPs of single-precision compute performance.
Not working as of last night
Skype users in Europe, including us, are reporting massive connectivity issues with the client as of last night.
Datacenter-oriented NVMe SSDs
Intel has introduced its new datacenter-oriented P4501 SSD series based on its second-generation NVMe controller, 3D TLC NAND and either M.2 or 2.5-inch U.2 form-factors.
All three versions
According to a report, the first batch of 10,000 ZTE Nubia Z17 units sold out in just 51 seconds at a Chinese online store.
Big demand, ceramic and SoC to blame
Xiaomi's latest flagship, the Mi 6, is already sold-out in all flash and pre-order sales but it appears that it never came in high volume due to ceramic and SoC shortages.
The Celsius S24 and Celsius S36
Fractal Design has announced the new Celsius series of all-in-one (AiO) liquid CPU coolers that will be available in two models, Celsius S24 and Celsius S36.
Impressive looks with US $99 price tag
Bezel-less smartphones are pretty much the next big thing apparently as after Xiaomi launched its Mi Mix smartphone, there have been plenty of announcements for a similar smartphone design, and Umidigi is also making one that will cost US $99.
UFS 2.1 storage quietly removed from spec
After Huawei has been caught using different RAM and storage chips on its flagship smartphones, it appears that the time has come for Samsung's latest Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which have been spotted with both UFS 2.0 and UFS 2.1 storage chips.
Snapdragon 835 SoC and 6GB of RAM
Just a few days after the OnePlus 5 was teased by the company's CEO and the first specifications were leaked online, a retailer has pretty much confirmed all those specifications, including the 5.5-inch QHD screen, Snapdragon 835 SoC and 6GB of RAM.