Archive for May, 2019

Intel unveils ‘Ice Lake’ processors

Computers are becoming capable of self analysis and of adjusting their operations to suit their user.

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Intel unveils ‘Ice Lake’ processors

Oculus and HTC offer a range of headsets and there are other VR form factors coming to market

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Gaming for the masses

Dell has announced new Alienware models designed to bring serious gaming features to a bigger market.

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Chipping away at processing

Computex once again confirms the leading role in the computer industry performed by Taiwan.

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Virtual reality users are spoiled for choice on headsets

Oculus and HTC offer a range of headsets and there are other VR form factors coming to market

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This is a game changer

We’ve seen stand-alone VR headsets before, but Oculus Quest is better.

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Keeping tabs on your health

Samsung has continued the trend of smart watches acting as quasi medical devices.

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5G laptops on the way

Designed for speed and seamless mobile computing, 5G laptops will soon be hitting the market.

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5G phones hit the market

State-of-art 5G phones will be in Australians’ hands from Tuesday.

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Huawei smartphones could be left stranded

Australian telcos could be forced to dump Huawei smartphones if they can’t access Android software updates.

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The fork in the internet

The US campaign against Huawei and the escalating trade war with China means the world of technology could be splitting in two.

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