ASUS had some very interesting announcements today, and one of the devices it announced is the epitome of all-in-one.
June is a month of exhibitions and announcements. We have WWDC this Monday (Apple fanboys are already going crazy about it for no particular reason as always), we have Computex, E3 and of course there’s Google I/O. Our search overlords are set to announce the launch of Android TV at the conference, which takes place in San Francisco later in June, according to multiple sources familiar with Google’s plans.
Wireless networks are all the rage these days, with speeds constantly improving. With 802.11ac starting to gain adoption, companies around the world are struggling to come up with the next big thing. So it’s not surprising to read that Huawei, one of the biggest information and communications technology solutions provider globally, has announced the successful testing of the industry’s first 10Gbps Wi-Fi service in laboratory trials at the company’s campus in Shenzhen, China.
You can say a lot of things about Samsung, but the company is never afraid of experimenting with new products and new factors. Some of them work, some of them, not so much. The Wall Street Journal reports that something very interesting is in the pipeline: a smartwatch that will also be a smartphone.
You really can’t make these stuff up. Apple users who tried to use Software Update this weekend were left looking at their screen puzzled due to a very cryptic message.
Jen-Hsun Huang is one of the most influential people in our industry, so whenever he has something to say, people stop and take notice. With PC sales slowing down considerably and Tegra chipsets not selling like they used to, he is willing to steer nVIDIA’s ship to more profitable waters.