Back in January of this year, Microsoft unlocked its seventh CPU core in an effort to improve the performance of the Xbox One console. It looks like Sony has taken a page out of Microsoft's playbook because, according to the PlayStation 4 software changelog, an update to the console is opening up developer access to the seventh core of the CPU.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has just published an application from Samsung (via 9to5Mac) that attempts to patent a foldable electronic device. It’s likely that one of the examples depicted in the application represents the company’s upcoming foldable smartphone, dubbed Project Valley.
APPLE REPORTEDLY plans to launch new 13in and 15in MacBook Air models at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next year that will be even skinnier than before.
That's according to Taiwan's Economic Daily News, which has heard from "supply chain sources" that Apple will showcase the biggest update to its MacBook Air line-up at next year's developer conference in June.
Like all technology, USB has evolved over time. Despite being a “Universal” Serial Bus, in its 18-or-so years on the market it has spawned multiple versions with different connection speeds and many, many types of cables.
South Korean technology giant Samsung said it has started mass production of 128 gigabyte DDR4 DRAM modules.
The modules are aimed at enterprise servers and for data centres.
Samsung said the modules have the largest capacity and the best energy efficiency of any other modules but also operate at high speed. The modules include 144 DDR4 chip arranged into 36 four gigabyte packages using 20 nanometre process technology.