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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Intel readies 10nm chips for AI, 4G and a new PC platform

    Intel used the start of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to present its vision to become a key technology provider in 5G networking and artificial intelligence (AI). According to Intel’s client computing group senior vice-president, Gregory Bryant, the data-centric market is worth $300bn, and Intel hopes its...
  • Exxon joins IBM’s quantum committee as Q System One goes commercial

    IBM has introduced what it describes as the world’s first commercially available quantum computer, the IBM Q System One. It also plans to open a Q Quantum Computation Centre for commercial clients in Poughkeepsie, New York, this year. The IBM Q System One is comprised of a number of custom...
  • Sony PS4 Sales Domination Continues As Nearly 92M Cumulative Units Sold

    Gamers may already be looking forward to the next generation of game consoles with some rumors pointing to 8-12GB of RAM in the next-gen PlayStation and Xbox machines, but for now, we are stuck with current generation consoles. Sony has the runaway sales leader with the PS4. Sony recently announced...
  • Hyundai shows off 'walking car' at CES

    Hyundai has shown off a small model of a car it says can activate robotic legs to walk at 3mph (5km/h) over rough terrain. Also able to climb a 5ft (1.5m) wall and jump a 5ft gap, the Hyundai Elevate could be useful for emergency rescues following natural disasters, it...
  • First 5G smartphones may have massive price premium

    The bill of material costs for the first flagship 5G smartphones could be between 20% and 30% higher than for the 4G equivalent, according to analysts at Taiwan-based TrendForce. This suggests that suppliers and mobile network operators will be able to command a substantial price premium from early adopters. TrendForce’s...
  • Intel Shows Off 10nm Ice Lake, Confirms Systems On Track For Holiday 2019 Debut

    After years of delays, Intel is ready to put the pedal to metal with its 10nm computing products. Although it's been on Intel's roadmap for quite some time, Intel's first-generation 10nm platform, codenamed Ice Lake, is currently still tracking for a holiday 2019 launch for thin and light notebooks and 2-in-1...
  • CES 2019: Samsung adds rival Apple's iTunes to smart TVs

    Samsung has said that from spring 2019 its new smart TVs will include iTunes - software made by rival tech firm Apple. The move was "a true first", senior Samsung executive Dave Das told the CES tech show in Las Vegas. The service will offer sales and rentals of films...
  • Lenovo Unleashes Thinner, Lighter ThinkPad X1 Carbon And ThinkPad X1 Yoga With 8th Gen Core

    Lenovo is bowling into Las Vegas this year with some revamps to its popular ThinkPad family of products. More specifically, the company has updated both the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (7th generation) and the ThinkPad Yoga (4th generation). Both devices are now thinner and lighter than ever before and come with 8th generation Intel...
  • MSI Announces New 9th Gen Intel Core Desktops, Cases, Graphics Cards And Keyboards For Gamers

    At CES MSI announced a bundle of new PCs and tech components targeted at gamers. Among these new products are two desktop PCs, a case, a mechanical keyboard, and a graphics card. "MSI is devoted to gaming and our lineup reaffirms our position as an industry leader endorsed by gamers...
  • MSI Steps Up Its Mobile Gaming Product Line With NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs

    MSI announced that two of its popular gaming notebooks will be upgraded with NVIDIA's new GeForce RTX graphics processors, which will drive performance up higher and support new features such as ray-tracing in next-gen games. These existing products will be joined by a new high-end gaming notebook and a new...

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