technology

Lenovo launches new ThinkPad X1 Extreme, looks beyond the PC with AR and IoT products

Cutting to the chase, Lenovo’s most exciting product on the table is the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2 (pictured...

May 13 · 10 sec read >

Amazon is replacing order packers with machines that are five times more efficient

Amazon is automating a task at its warehouses that you may be surprised to learn is still held by...

May 13 · 4 sec read >

Digital Wellbeing feature reportedly slowing down Pixel phones

Similar to Apple’s Screen Time, Google’s Digital Wellbeing is designed to monitor your smartphone usage habits and help in...

May 13 · 10 sec read >

Xperi Corp sues Nvidia for the violation of five patents

Subsidiaries of Xperi Corp, Invensas Corporation and Tessera Advanced Technologies, have filed suit against Nvidia, alleging the infringement of...

May 13 · 8 sec read >

How CPUs are Designed and Built, Part 2: CPU Design Process

Now that we know how processors work at a high level, it’s time to dig inside to understand how...

May 13 · 8 sec read >

HTC announces the Exodus 1s, their second blockchain phone

Very quickly, HTC realized that the price and purchasing requirements were simply too restrictive, and they made it available...

May 12 · 10 sec read >

Facebook sues data collection and analytics firm Rankwave

Facebook have quietly published the news that they have filed a lawsuit against Rankwave, a South Korean ‘data analytics...

May 12 · 10 sec read >

Facebook responds to calls to end its monopoly

Chris Hughes, who co-founded Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg fifteen years ago, published a compelling argument for its destruction in...

May 12 · 10 sec read >

Memory shipments expected to increase in 2Q19, while price declines decelerate

A recent Digitimes report suggests that memory makers are anticipating a rebound of sorts. In the second half of...

May 12 · 7 sec read >