Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z packs in two GPUs


Nvidia unveiled a new consumer-centric graphics card at the GPU Technology Conference. The GeForce GTX Titan Z is built with two Kepler GPUs and 12GB of dedicated frame buffer memory, which is said to be apt for next-generation 5K and multi-monitor gaming. The Titan Z boasts two GK110 chips that has a total of 5,760 […]

Facebook to buy Oculus VR for $2 billion

Oculus Rift

Facebook is on a spending spree. After the Whatsapp acquisition, Facebook has confirmed to acquire Oculus VR Inc. The transcation is valued at $2 billion, which includes $400 million in cash and 23.1 million Facebook shares. Facebook will also give $300 million earn-out in cash and stock when the virtual reality company achieves certain milestones. […]

Lenovo launches ThinkCentre M73 Desktop


Lenovo today announced an affordable and business-centric ThinkCentre M73 Tiny desktop PC. As the name suggests, the machine is really compact at 184x182x65mm and weighs around 1.3kgs. Despite its compact form factor, the ThinkCentre M73 Tiny is packed with decent computing prowess that includes processor options of Intel Core i3/i5/i7 or Pentium, up to 4GB […]

Nvidia unveils GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750 GPUs based on Maxwell architecture


Nvidia has announced two new GPUs that take advantage of the new Maxwell graphics architecture. The GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750 claim to deliver more performance at low power consumption. Nvidia says GeForce GTX 750 Ti running a full HD resolution offers double the performance with half the power consumption of GeForce […]

Qualcomm won’t commercialise Snapdragon 802 chip for TVs


Qualcomm has confirmed to not commercialise its Snapdragon 802 chip meant for Smart TVs. Qualcomm puts the blame on the demand, which according to them proved “smaller than anticipated.” Snapdragon 802 belonged to the Snapdragon 800 family and was unveiled at the CES last month targeted towards Smart TVs, set-top boxes and digital media adapters. […]

Brother HL-3150CDN Review


Brother has been there in India for quite some time and has been manufacturing printing solutions for home and business users. Recently, they launched their mid-range printer based on LED technology for SMEs and SOHOs. The HL-3150CDN is a colour LED printer that is network capable. LED technology makes it faster and develops less wear […]

Asus unveils M70AD Desktop PC with NFC

Asus M70AD Desktop PC with NFC

Near Field Communication, better known as NFC is prevalent in mobile devices but Asus is bucking the trend by announcing a desktop PC featuring NFC technology. The M70AD is touted as the world’s first desktop PC to feature NFC technology that will enable other NFC-enable devices like smartphones to be paired wirelessly with just a […]

Google targets enterprises with Chromebox for Meetings


Setting up a conference room with all the video and audio conferencing amenities can be an expensive affair and Google is trying to lower the cost with its new Chromebox for meetings solution. Chromebox for meetings makes video and audio conferencing simple with Google+ Hangouts and Google Apps. Each room is fitted with a Chromebox […]

Sony to sell its VAIO business, spin out TV as a fully-owned subsidiary

Sony VAIO Flip hands-on

Sony today announced a major restructure to reform its TV and PC business. Sony will sell off its VAIO PC business to Japan Industrial Partners Inc. (JIP) in a bid to concentrate on the smartphones and tablets business. Both companies have signed a memorandum of understanding confirming the intent to sell the PC business operated […]

Google acquires Nest Labs for $3.2 billion

Next Labs

Google has announced the acquisition of Nest Labs for $3.2 billion in cash. Nest Labs launched their first product in 2011 – a Learning Thermostat and most recently announced Protect, which is a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. Google expects to close the deal in coming months and will run the company under its original […]

LG Chromebase Hands-on

LG Chromebase

LG had confirmed to launch the world’s first all-in-one Chrome OS-powered computer and we took it for a small spin at the CES 2014. The Chromebase runs Google’s simple and fast Chrome OS and boasts a 21.5-inch Full HD IPS display. The Chromebase is powered by Intel’s Celeron CPU along with 2GB RAM and has […]

Intel Edison is a computer housed in an SD Card

Intel Edison

Intel announced Edison at the CES 2014 which is a computer housed in an SD card form factor. Intel isn’t targeting the Edison for a specific purpose but says it’s as easy to integrate it with a smartphone, tablets, computer and even baby monitors and coffee cups! The Intel Edison is based on Quark platform […]

Qualcomm shows off Snapdragon 805’s prowess on video


Right on the heels of CES, Qualcomm has released some videos of its Snapdragon 805 that shows what the processor is really capable of. In addition to out of the box Ultra HD support, the Snapdragon 805 will also support features like OptiZoom, Action Shot, Chroma Flash and Ultra Sound NotePad. The OptiZoom allows to […]

LG to showcase Chromebase AIO PC at CES 2014


LG has started revealing its wares that they’ll showcase at the world’s largest technology show. They have unveiled the Chromebase, which is nothing but an all-in-one computer powered by Google’s Chrome OS. In addition to the light and fast Chrome OS, the Chromebase is equipped with a 21.5-inch widescreen full HD IPS display along with […]

New Mac Pro will be available from tomorrow


Apple promised to release the new ‘bin-shaped’ Mac Pro in December and they’ve confirmed to release the beast tomorrow. The all new Mac Pro will be available to order from tomorrow that comes with the latest Intel Xeon processors, dual workstation-class GPUs, PCIe-based flash storage and ECC memory. The new Mac Pro boasts a unified […]