Feb. 1 |
Calling it another device for the gamer’s backpack is too simplistic.
By Jon Peddie
[Editor's Note: This article is excerpted from a more detailed report in the current issue of Jon Peddie Research TechWatch.]
Project Shield, Nvidia’s Android-Tegra...
Jan. 17 |
Sony is using QD Vision’s nanotech optical components for increased color performance.
Sony will introduce new TVs in 2013 using quantum dot technology from QD Vision. (Source: Sony)
Coming soon to a TV or monitor near you is the next consumer application...
Jan. 16 |
At 9.8 megapixels, the yet-unnamed tablet would also make a great second monitor.
Last week at CES, Panasonic showed a prototype 4K 20-inch tablet. The 4K tablet is actually a 3840 x 2560 resolution display—9.83 megapixels, which is more pixels than...
Jan. 4 |
The 3DBOXX 8950 can hold four dual-size GPUs and still leave room for other add-ins. Boxx is aiming at high-end visualization and simulation.
Boxx Technologies has introduced what it says is the only workstation on the market that can hold four dual-size...
Jan. 2 |
Gaming components enhance a professional mobile workstation. MSI takes full advantage of the Kepler-class GPU.
MSI Computer made a few tweaks to its popular high-end gaming mobile PC, the GT60, and launched the result as a new mobile workstation for...
Dec. 14 |
Archos GamePad is the first Android tablet with buttons designed for gaming.
The first true Android games console, Archos GamePad is a new type of tablet that combines physical gaming button controls with an Archos patented mapping tool. The unit brings...
Dec. 14 |
Now you can twist and turn the whole night long. Pricing yet to be determined.
HP went to Germany recently to introduce its Windows 8 11.6-inch Elitebook Revolve, which can be used either as a laptop or a tablet.
The Elitebook Revolve is designed so...
Dec. 6 |
Imagination Technologies acquired Caustic in 2010 for its graphics prowess. These two new add-in boards address a small but fanatic market.
Imagination Technologies (IMG) acquired Caustic in late 2010 when the company had a barely functioning field-programmable...
Dec. 5 |
New extensions include support for heterogeneous parallel computation in a web browser.
The Khronos Group has released an update to the OpenCL 1.2 specification, an open, royalty-free standard for cross-platform, parallel programming of modern processors. The...
Dec. 5 |
Printing a bicycle frame at full scale is now possible. The Mcor Iris attracted considerable interest with photorealistic 3D printing on plain paper.
The annual Euromold conference in Frankfurt, Germany each November is to the 3D printing industry what...