In the first few years of the 21st century, Intel and AMD were locked into an arms-race of clock-speeds. Each was trying to one up the other with ridiculous clockspeeds till a point where they were just trying to flaunt the numbers, and the improvements didn’t really matter for most users. Continue reading Researchers make a 1000 core processor that can run on an AA battery
The smartphone chipset industry is pretty much dominated by Qualcomm, which forms the brains of almost all flagships, some midrange and some low end phones. Behind it is Mediatek, and that’s where the line is drawn for major chipset makers. You may consider Huawei with its Kirin SoCs a chipset maker, but no one uses them (except Huawei, of course), so we can’t consider them. Continue reading Report: Apple might choose Intel for its next iPhone
The digital age has spurred an era of consumption, and has heralded an era of data production. We have produced more data in the last decade than we have in the last millennium put together, and even as some of these data may seem mundane to most, the fact is that storage is becoming more and more important. Continue reading Intel unveils new Storage Technology: 1000 times faster than what we have
Smartwatches are getting better and better, and not only in terms of function, and also in terms of looks, because Watches are meant to be worn and flaunted on your wrist, and that’s why Smartwatches are supposed to look good. Continue reading Tag Heuer teams up with Google and Intel for the first luxury Android Wear Smartwatch
Streaming Sticks like the Chromecast have become extremely popular, because of their cheap prices and their ability to make any TV a Smart TV just by plugging them in. Continue reading Intel announces a $150 HDMI Stick that transforms your TV into a Windows PC
With many key people involved in the development of Google Glass leaving the company, and many developers halting development on Google Glass Apps, many labelled the wearable Headset as dead.
But it seems Google still isn’t ready to give up, and according to the Wall Street Journal, Google has a new version of Glass under cover to be unveiled in 2015. Continue reading Report: Google Glass is getting a HUGE Hardware Update
The Basis Peak is an excellent (albeit a bit bulky) Fitness Trackers, and soon, with the help of a new Software Update, it will become a mediocre Smartwatch Continue reading The next Software Update will make your Basis Peak Smart
Acer has announced the C720: A Chromebook which is the first one (Barring the Chromebook Pixel) to pack in a full-blown Intel Processor. It is an i3 Variant and is clocked at 1.7Ghz. Continue reading The Acer C720 Chromebook brings Chromebooks to the land of Intel
It’ s Computex 2014. Hurrah! Lately we have been seeing mostly mobile announcements and not many related to what Computex is for: PCs and PC Hardware.
It looks like Computex is finally beginning as ASUS announces its new laptops, which boast of that oh-so-good 4K resolution. Continue reading ASUS announces new 4K Laptops, of which one is meant for Gaming