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July 29, 2017

AMD Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12, and Vega 20 Confirmed by EEC

Some keen-eyed Redditors recently spotted AMD’s Vega 10, Vega 11, Vega 12 and Vega 20 on the Eurasian Economic Commission, or ECC’s, website, confirming the existence of of all the cards. The website also shared some SKU and model information as well.

Here’s the full list of SKUs thanks to tech site, Videocardz.

AMD Vega EEC Listing Listing Variant Additional Information VEGA11 XT AIB MBA VEGA 11 XT Vega 11 XT for AIBs VEGA11 PRO AIB MBA VEGA 11 PRO Vega 11 PRO for AIBs VEGA10 XT MBA DTOEM VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for OEMs VEGA10 XL MBA DTOEM VEGA 10 XL Vega 10 XL for OEMs VEGA10 XT MBA AIB VEGA 10 XT Vega 10 XT for AIBs VEGA10 [...]
 
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May 27, 2017

Microsoft Makes Better Version of Windows 10 for China

Last week, Microsoft held a major event in Shanghai, China where the big news of the day was the release of the new Surface Pro. However, that’s not all that was revealed. During the event, Microsoft also revealed that they’re releasing Windows 10 China Government Edition, a custom version of Windows 10 designed specifically for the Chinese government.

The new version of the Windows 10 operating system was designed after two years of cooperation between Microsoft and the Chinese government. Based on Windows 10 Enterprise Edition, the Windows 10 China Government Edition allows additional functionality such as the ability to use your own encryption, [...]

 
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May 24, 2017

LeEco to Lay Off 85% of US Staff Amid Financial Woes

LeEco, the Chinese technology company that charged into the US market like a cannonball on fire, is putting on the brakes as the company appears to be running into financial trouble.

Following its rapid expansion back in 2016 and a huge CES appearance in early 2017, LeEco is reportedly trimming 325 employees, or approximately 85% of its workforce in the US. The decision is a culmination of all of the company’s financial misfortunes which also resulted in a failed $2 billion acquisition of Vizio and the sale of its massive 49 acre Silicon Valley property almost immediately after acquiring it.

Amidst the chaos, the founder of LeEco, Jia Yueting, has [...]

 
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April 8, 2017

Micron, Samsung DRAM Woes Further Constrains DRAM Supply

According to a recent article from Digitimes, two of the world’s largest memory manufacturers may be having a hard time perfecting their sub-20nm DRAM processes. Micron is experiencing low yield rates transitioning into its 1xnm DRAM node, while Samsung had to recently recall a large batch of DRAM modules built on its 18nm process.

Last month, Micron announced that it was planning to spend $1 billion to upgrade its TaiChung fab to 1x nm, aiming to make its chips ready for the market by the end of the year. Due to the lower yields, its products may be delayed.

Samsung on the other hand had to recall more than 100,000 DRAM modules after PC OEMS reported [...]

 
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January 6, 2017

CES 2017: ASUS Shows Off ZenFone AR, ZenFone 3 Zoom

At its press event at CES 2017, ASUS was excited to announce two brand new smartphones, the ZenFone AR and ZenFone Zoom.

ZenFone AR

The first smartphone is the ZenFone AR. AR, or augmented reality, combines scenes in the real world with virtual objects on the screen. The AR magic on the ASUS ZenFone AR is delivered using three rear cameras – a motion tracking camera, a depth-sensing camera, and a 23MP image camera. The information from the three sensors are compiled together to form a comprehensive, interactive 3D image on brilliant 5.7-inch super AMOLED display. To ensure the AR experience is as smooth as possible, ASUS uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC. [...]

 
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October 26, 2016

Microsoft Announces $299 VR Headsets Supporting Windows 10 Creator’s Update

Microsoft has been in the VR/AR market for quite some time with their HoloLens, but with a pricetag starting at $3,000, it’s far too expensive for the general customer.

At Microsoft’s recent press event, Microsoft is trying to change that as they’ve recently announced that they’re working with a number of hardware partners including HP, Dell, Lenovo, ASUS, and Acer to begin introducing a new line of VR headsets starting at just $299. This significantly undercuts popular VR headsets such as the HTC Vive which costs $800 and the Oculus Rift which costs $600.

The new VR headsets are a part of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creator’s [...]

 
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October 12, 2016

Global PC Shipments Drop in 3Q2016 for the 8th Consecutive Quarter

Market intelligence firms Gartner and IDC recently posted their latest estimates on the global PC market in 3Q2016 and once again, things aren’t looking too hot for the industry.

 

Gartner

According to Gartner, PC shipments dropped 5.7% in the 3Q, marking the 8th consecutive quarter PC shipments have dropped. Despite the difficult market HP, Dell and ASUS, still saw around a 2.3-2.6% increase in shipments. On the other hand, the biggest losers include Apple, Acer, and “Others” who saw declines around 13.4-16.2%. While the overall industry declined, Mobile PCs such as notebooks, 2-in-1 PCs and Windows tablet shipments increased [...]

 
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October 8, 2016

Microsoft Holding Windows 10 Press Event on October 26

According to a recent blog post on Microsoft’s website, Microsoft will be holding a major press event in New York City on October 26, 2016. Aside from it saying that it’s a Windows 10 event, no additional information has been shared at this time.

As far as rumors up until this point, we haven’t heard much in regards to any new hardware that will be announced at the show. It has been rumored that Microsoft may reveal a new Surface device, but everything is pure speculation at this point. During the event, we’ll probably see some new Windows 10 devices from Microsoft’s partners as we head into the holidays. It’s been rumored that [...]

 
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October 4, 2016

Lenovo Stockpiling Notebook Inventory, Could Signal Huge Promotions This Holiday Season

Lenovo seems to be feeling pretty good about this holiday season as a recent report from DigiTimes reports that they’re raising 5 months of inventory to prepare for the holiday season. While it’s not unusual for computer companies to begin increasing inventory to prepare for holiday sales, having this much inventory is a bit odd. If things don’t turn out according to plan, it may leave Lenovo sitting on three months of inventory.

As such, this may be a sign that Lenovo will be very aggressive with their sales strategy during the holidays. Last year, Lenovo had quite a successful second half with a similar strategy where they ran buy one get one [...]

 
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October 1, 2016

Apple Looking to Secure OLED Displays for Next-Gen iPhones

It hasn’t even been a minute since the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus launched and rumors of what kind of technology the next iPhone may have is already hitting the interwebs.

According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is looking for multiple suppliers of OLED displays for their next generation mobile devices. Apple is reportedly already in talks with Sharp to secure OLED displays and an agreement may come depending on Sharp’s production capabilities. Sharp recently announced that they’ll invest an additional 57.4 billion Yen, or approximately $566 million USD into the development and manufacture of OLED displays and expects the new facilities to [...]

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