If the demo NVIDIA showed off at its Computex 2017 keynote is any indication of things to come, you no longer have to worry about throwing your back out lugging a heavyweight gaming laptop around to LAN parties.
This time last year, Intel rolled out the Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition its first 10-core desktop CPU aimed at retail consumers. The company is now following it up with the Core i9-7980XE Extreme Edition, an 18-core CPU that will retail for $1,999.
Amazon's Great Indian Sale is now live, with the three-day sale event featuring thousands of discounted items. Here are the best deals on Xbox One consoles and games, accessories, audio products, and so much more.
At CES, Kingston announced the DataTraveler Ultimate GT, a USB flash drive that offers 2TB of storage. The drive features a case made out of zinc-alloy, and the storage capacity means you can carry over 70 hours' worth of 4K video in your pocket.
At CES, Qualcomm formally unveiled the Snapdragon 835. The SoC is 30% smaller than the Snapdragon 820, while consuming 40% less power. It is 27% faster, can charge faster, has gigabit LTE and multi-gigabit Wi-Fi, and comes with Bluetooth 5.
Bargain site Woot! is selling the Xbox One 500GB Gears of War bundle for just $189, a 36% discount on its retail price of $299. The deal is valid for one day only — or until stock is sold out — and is limited to three units per customer.
Following reports from earlier today, Fitbit has officially announced that it is acquiring "specific assets" of Pebble. No monetary terms were disclosed, but Bloomberg's report suggested the deal was valued under $40 million. Following the acquisition, Pebble will cease to exist.
Fitbit is reportedly getting ready to acquire Pebble's software assets. Citing people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg notes that the deal is valued at under $40 million, and will include hiring Pebble's software engineers as well as the company's IP
At IFA 2016, Alienware is refreshing its lineup of gaming notebooks with the latest GTX 10 series video cards as well as Tobii's eye-tracking technology (in the 17-inch model). This isn't the first we've heard of a vendor rolling out eye-tracking tech into a notebook this week, as Acer has also incorporated Tobii's sensor in its monster 21-inch gaming laptop.
After months of delays, Reliance Industries head Mukesh Ambani launched Jio, the first LTE-only network in the country. With today's announcement, the network is now open to all in India, with registrations kicking off from September 5.
At IFA, Acer launched the first laptop with a curved display. Dubbed the Predator, it has a massive 21-inch curved display. Other specs on offer are just as bonkers, with the laptop featuring two GTX 1080 in SLI.
ASUS' answer to the Surface Pro 4, the Transformer 3 Pro, has made its debut in India. And much like Microsoft's offering, ASUS' 2-in-1 device is priced out of reach, with retail prices starting from ₹1,44,990 ($2,160).
After unveiling the desktop GeForce GTX 10 series earlier this year, NVIDIA is now bringing the GPUs to notebooks. The GTX 1080, 1070, and 1060 will be available in products from Acer, Alienware, ASUS, Clevo, EVGA, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, MSI, Origin, Razer, Sager and XMG in the coming weeks.