Menu

Huawei says it isn’t giving up on the US market anytime soon

Huawei says it isn’t giving up on the US market anytime soon

0 Comments

In an email to CNET, the CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, Richard Yu, has said that the company isn’t pulling out of the US market, despite every major carrier refusing to sell its phones, and retailers like Best Buy recently dropping the brand. “We are committed to the US market and to earning the […]

Read Full

Alliance for Open Media Releases Royalty-Free AV1 1.0 Codec Spec

0 Comments

Eagerly awaited across the tech industry, this week the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) has published the first complete version of the bitstream and decoding process specification for their royalty-free AV1 video codec. The release of the AV1 1.0 spec will enable backers of AOMedia to add support for the technology to their products or […]

Read Full

Teachers weigh in on Apple’s push for more iPads in school

0 Comments

This week, Apple held its education event to introduce a new iPad with stylus support aimed at teachers and students, hoping to take on the popularity of Chromebooks in classrooms over the past few years. As of 2017, Apple is third behind Google and Microsoft in terms of laptops, tablets, and other mobile devices shipped […]

Read Full

The first Android Go phone in the US is now available for $80

0 Comments

ZTE is the first company to bring a smartphone running Android Go to the US. As spotted by Android Police, ZTE’s Tempo Go is now available to buy online for $79.99. The phone is not much to look at. It has a 5-inch screen with a low, 480 x 854 resolution, big bezels, only 1GB […]

Read Full

The never-ending Destiny 2 controversy is a teachable moment for the game industry

0 Comments

Bungie’s latest and most significant attempt to address vocal player complaints surrounding Destiny 2 landed on Tuesday, a little more than six months after the game’s initial launch. And yet inevitably, the vociferous community has regressed in a mere few days to its previous state of near-perpetual outrage. The update, nicknamed the “Go Fast” update […]

Read Full

Android Oreo update for Galaxy Note 8 begins rolling out in US

0 Comments

Android Oreo is starting to arrive on some Galaxy Note 8s in the US. Reports from Droid Life indicate that some Note 8 owners with phones on AT&T and Verizon are beginning to see the update. Android Authority also spotted a few of its commenters saying they’d received the update on Sprint, as well. People […]

Read Full

PowerColor Launches Red Dragon RX Vega 56: Lays Groundwork for Mini-ITX Radeon RX Vega

0 Comments

PowerColor has released its new graphics adapter based on AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 56 GPU and paired with its own custom PCB. The new Red Dragon RX Vega 56 is based on a rather tiny PCB that it would fit easily into Mini-ITX builds, but ships with a massive triple-fan cooling system that only fits […]

Read Full

Sony A7 III and A7R III review: mirrorless magic

0 Comments

Sony’s latest professional mirrorless cameras pack a punch Continue reading…

Read Full

Microsoft is ready for a world beyond Windows

0 Comments

”We want to move from people needing Windows to choosing Windows, to loving Windows. That is our bold goal,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella three years ago. At the time, Microsoft was unveiling more details about Windows 10, and surprising people with technologies like the HoloLens headset. It was an exciting time of opportunity and […]

Read Full

This puking robot has a purpose: making rocket fuel safely

0 Comments

You won’t be surprised to hear it, but rocket fuel is dangerous stuff. It’s potent and volatile, meaning it can explode before it even gets into the rocket. That makes manufacturing it tricky, as you need to mix together certain materials, but fling them around too hard and they’ll start doing their job early. The […]

Read Full