News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
There is now a white version of the Thermaltake Core X9 cube case. It offers the same support for custom liquid cooling solutions as the original Core X9 and now has the chilly looks to go with it!
Devices on iOS 8 might not be as secure as you expect. The discovery of a new exploit means hackers can potentially render them useless with very little effort.
Nikon reunited its "Nikon PROs" and made them brand ambassadors, and also launched the "Nikon School." Read on to know more about the newly launched Nikon School.
Epson once again joined a group of volunteers in bringing smiles to children with cancer through the latest Portraits of Love event.
Apacer introduces its AM702 OTG card reader. Apacer's latest card reader that has built-in dual ports, one USB 2.0 and other micro USB. Click on the link to check out its full specifications.
AMD's head of software marketing for the computing and graphics group, Sasa Marinkovic, explains how it feels to be immersed in a virtual environment. He also pointed the vital elements to achieving presence within a virtual environment, and the role of technology in creating and sustaining it. Read the full article to know more about VR.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015
ASUS has announced that all its X99 and Z97 motherboards now support the NVMe storage protocol and will be compatible with NVMe storage devices like the latest Intel 750 series PCIe SSDs.
Google has rolled out an update that will boost the search engine rankings of mobile-friendly websites for searches made on mobile devices. If you haven't already, it's time to begin optimizing your website for mobile!
The specifications of two upcoming Intel “Skylake” desktop CPUs have been allegedly leaked by Turkish website PCfrm. Read on to uncover more details.
Fractal Design updated its Define series with the introduction of Define S. This new mid-tower case sports dampening pads for quieter operation and an extensive support for water cooling setups. Hit the link to know more about this new addition to Fractal's Define series.