Lenovo has announced a new patent-pending Low Temperature Solder (LTS) process that is developed to improve PC manufacturing by conserving energy and increasing reliability. With this, there’s an estimated annual saving of 5,956 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
ASUS announced a brand new lineup of AM4-socket motherboards under the ROG label designed to maximize the potential of the latest AMD Ryzen processors.
ePLDT, Inc. inaugurated today its ninth VITRO Data Center in Clark, Pampanga to address the growing demands and requirements of enterprises for digital business solutions in Central Luzon.
New powerful and versatile AM4 motherboards from Global SIs highlight breadth of partner support for AMD Ryzen processors.
Super Micro isn’t exactly a household name in the gaming market because they are more famous for their server motherboards as well as their IoT devices. Hailed as the number 1 fastest growing IT infrastructure company, they are returning to the gaming market with their SuperO motherboards.
We’ll be checking out what ASUS has been making the past year. They are famous for making many motherboards that fit every price segment. For this particular review, we’ll be taking a look at one of their more high-end motherboards in the form of the ASUS TUF Z270 Mark I.
BIOSTAR has announced its latest motherboard bundled with the 7th generation of Intel Core series processors with the launch of BIOSTAR RACING Z270GT9.
ASRock has announced the launch of its Intel 200 series motherboard which is designed to unleash the extreme performance of the latest 7th generation Intel Core and Celeron Socket processors.
Autonomous cars aside, NVIDIA is also extending AI to homes with the introduction of the updated SHIELD which, apart from being a media streamer, is poised to become an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also tapping millions of non-GeForce GTX gamers with GeForce NOW through cloud.
Aiming to revolutionize the transportation industry, NVIDIA and Audi revealed their plans to put the world's most advanced AI cars on the road by 2020 at CES 2017. Powered by NVIDIA's hardware and software technologies, these AI cars deal with the complexities of driving through deep learning.