Have you ever seen an up-close view of how a computer processor works?
If you're in the UK, you can head over to Cambridge and see the process firsthand, thanks to the work of Reg friend James Newman, who has finally finished constructing his 16-bit masterpiece, the Mega Processor.
Samsung on Tuesday announced production has started for its new PM971-NVMe, a solid state drive that crams non-volatile memory express technology, onboard NAND flash memory, DRAM and an SSD controller into a package slightly larger than a postage stamp.
Following rumours that an upgraded PlayStation 4 is on the way, a new games console is coming into the horizon. Riot Games, under the arm of Tencent, along with Intel and Haier, have announced the Tencent TGP BOX, which will be released as the Blade BOX, a games console designed to change traditional gaming.
In the way of specifications, all we know so far is that it will use Windows 10 as its operating system, with the Tencent Games Platform being the overlay that users will make use of. It will also come with sixth-generation Intel processors, namely the i3, i5 and i7.
We've seen many iPhone clones come out of China, like the Oppo R9 and the Meizu Pro 6. Now, that phenomenon enters the gaming arena.
Chinese company Fuze on Tuesday announced a new gaming console, the Tomahawk F1, and it shares some striking similarities to both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.
Life may be sweeter under the sea, but it’s clearly safer under the screen. As biometric security becomes more common on our devices, the problem of placement has become a proper predicament. Whereas companies like LG and Huawei have been keen to keep fingerprint readers on the back – where they can’t be seen – others like Samsung, Apple, and now HTC are placing them on the bottom bezel. Then there was Sony which decided to slide the unit off to the side. LG Innotek however, may have solved the problem entirely: put it under the screen.