It’s a classic weekend, aka thin on the news; so I found a rather interesting article on Cult of Mac about Virtual Reality – and how it’s not going to be better than sliced bread for all people.
AMD first talked about FreeSync in this year’s CES; it’s the company’s take on variable refresh monitors, utilizing some variable refresh functionality first designed for embedded DisplayPort (eDP). In Computex, a first prototype of the technology was presented.
4K resolution monitor (also known as Ultra HD) prices are still pretty expensive and out of reach for the majority of consumers. That’s exactly what Samsung and Intel want to change.
AMD’s Kaveri is the latest generation of APUs (Accelerated Processing Unit), and was first introduced back in January with several desktop parts. Now, it’s time for the mobile space.
Intel finally announced its newest CPU lineup today. Codenamed “Devil’s Canyon”, these upgraded Haswell overclocking ‘K’ series SKUs will launch as two parts: an i7 and an i5.
It was Apple’s big day yesterday, and all the internet is buzzing with excitement, especially those Apple fanboys we all know and love. WWDC 2014 had indeed some exciting moments and revelations, so if you want to really know what the fuss is about, carry on reading.