It’s another year and NVIDIA has rolled out a junior member to its GeForce RTX 30 series family. Priced at US$329, the newly-introduced GeForce RTX 3060 is the most affordable in the next generation Ampere-based […]
Promise Technology is making seamless collaborative video editing on Adobe Creative Cloud possible with its new PegasusPro Series storage solution. With seamless integration with Adobe Premiere Pro, the series supports digital collaborative editing of 4K/5K […]
Those who are colour blind will appreciate the two new ColorPro VP68a monitors announced by ViewSonic. The screens feature colour blindness simulation that lets creators see how the artwork would appear to the colour blind. […]
The wait is finally over. AMD has unveiled the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards in response to NVIDIA’s roll out of the GeForce RTX 30 series in September. Built on the AMD RDNA […]
In yet another semiconductor takeover, AMD has agreed to acquire Xilinx for US$35 billion. News of the move appeared earlier this month with the deal estimated then at US$30 billion. With the acquisition, AMD will […]
AMD has introduced the Zen 3-based AMD Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor lineup with a strong emphasis on gaming. Heading this series is the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X with up to 16 cores, 32 threads […]
Apple will open its online store in India on September 23. Residents in the world’s second most populous nation will be able to order the full range of Apple products on the platform.
With schools in various parts of the world still being held online because of the pandemic, Hong Kong startup EXL has developed a solution that enables coding to be taught online in a virtual classroom.
Lockdowns in New Zealand have had a positive impact on the PC market. With more people working and studying from home due to the pandemic, demand for PCs rose with the market growing 39.7 percent year-on-year (YoY) to nearly 217,000 units in Q2, according to IDC.
Despite the pandemic and resulting economic crisis, the worldwide PC and tablet market is expected to grow by 3.3 percent to 425.7 million units in 2020, according to IDC.
They’re finally here! The highly-anticipated GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 and 3070 GPUs powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture have been revealed after weeks of leaks and rumours.
Zendesk has introduced Explore Enterprise, a real-time analytics solution that lets leaders share insights instantly with teams and departments for faster decision making improving customer experience (CX).
At a time when many are struggling or closing shop, the newly-minted US$2 trillion Apple will be opening its third store in Singapore — right on the edge of the water near the iconic Marina Bay Sands (MBS).
It’s the end of the road for Internet Explorer (IE). Once the king of browsers that reigned in nearly 95 percent of PCs, it will be phased out by 2021.
Following its phenomenal popularity, Zoom has created Zoom for Home, a new category to support people working remotely. The first product is the DTEN Me, a 27-inch an all-in-one personal collaboration device that comes with three built-in wide-angle cameras, an eight-microphone array and an ultra-responsive touch display for interactive screen sharing.
For the longest time, the CPU market has been predominantly about two players — AMD and Intel. While there are others, they are way behind the Big Two. But French company SiPearl seems to be making a play to be the third party with the signing of a major licensing agreement with Arm.
Huang to make announcements in keynote address.If things had gone as originally planned, NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) would have been done and dusted by now. But the coronavirus has forced the conference to go digital with NVIDIA Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jensen Huang set to deliver his keynote address on May 14, 9pm (Singapore time).
Among the few sparkles of hope in this period is Zoom whose video conferencing solution has become famous almost overnight. With movement and gathering restrictions in place in many parts of the world, Zoom has become a tool that many have turned to to stay connected and keep operations running.
In response to the impact of COVID-19 on charities, Zendesk is offering free software and support to help them manage volunteering, relief efforts and home assistance.
Source: AdobeAs schools shut temporarily because of the coronavirus pandemic, students have to turn to online or distance learning. Adobe is lending a helping hand by offering free access to Adobe Creative Cloud desktop apps for students till May 31.
Microsoft has announced the closure of all its stores across the global with immediate effect due to COVID-19 health concern.
The cancellation of SXSW EDU in Austin due to the COVID-19 outbreak may have affected its launch but Slido did not want to let the introduction of Slido for Education slide. Instead of a physical launch, it has announced online Slide Education, which aims to help lecturers stay connected with their students by powering two-way interaction during live and virtual classes.
Netscape used to be the king of browsers in the 1990s until Microsoft came along and bundled Internet Explorer from Windows 95. This swayed many PC users to the Microsoft browser and marked the demise of Netscape.
Today marks the end of Windows 7. Microsoft is stopping support and updates for this highly-popular operating system.
Hands up if you’ve not heard of Corel before. Does the company sound vaguely familiar? Founded in the 1980s, this is a company that is well past its glory days. Corel used to be a well-known brand in the PC era with products such as Corel Draw and WinZip.
Weak consumer demand, high inventory from previous quarters, and supply issues for Intel chips are among the reasons why the India PC market slipped in Q1. According to IDC, the segment dropped 8.3 percent to 2.15 million units that quarter.
This year’s Computex in Taipei will kick off with a keynote address by AMD President and CEO Lisa Su at the Computex International Press Conference on May 27 at 10am.
When NVIDIA launched on last August the first GeForce RTX GPUs with ray tracing capabilities, fans were excited but taken aback by the the price tag. Costing from US$499, the three cards — the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, 2080 and 2070 — were a little higher than most gamers were prepared to fork out.