In its latest controversy, Facebook let tech giants like Netflix and Spotify read users' private messages without their consent.
With 576 Tensor and 72 RT cores along with 24GB of GDDR6 memory, NVIDIA's Titan RTX is an absolute beast.
With the ability to transcode two 4K streams at 30 FPS, the DS918+ combines robust hardware with the best NAS OS on the market today.
NVIDIA's Turing-based RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti offer huge leaps in real-time rendering performance over the GTX 10 series.
The top-tier variant of the Surface Book 2 with 1TB SSD, 16GB of RAM, and GTX 1060 costs over $4,300 in India.
Mini variants of AMD cards have traditionally done well, and the manufacturer is launching the first of the cut-down variants of Vega 10, the Radeon RX Vega 56 Nano.
Intel announced that it will launch a 28-core CPU sometime later this year, and AMD is launching its own salvo with the second-generation Threadripper, which will have an astounding 32 cores.
For the last few years, component manufacturers have been adding RGB lighting to everything. Lian Li is going one step further and launching power supply extension cables that feature RGB LEDs.
Corsair rolled out its latest products in the Vengeance Pro series, with the new DIMMs featuring 10 RGB LEDs — more than what G.Skill or Kingston offer.
Intel launched an 18-core CPU last year, and at Computex 2018 the company served up a teaser for a 28-core single-socket CPU that's launching later this year.
With the 802.11ac standard now mainstream, ASUS is looking ahead to the 802.11ax spec with its latest range of routers.
ASUS is making its foray into the mobile gaming segment with the ROG Phone, which has a bold design aesthetic, top-notch internals, and RGB lighting.
ASUS offers a variety of accessories under the TUF brand, and the manufacturer is rolling out a set of new products at Computex 2018.
Ever wondered what a MacBook Pro would be like if it ran Windows 10? The Mi Notebook Pro answers that question.
Black color scheme. Red LEDs. Cherry MX Blue switches. Xiaomi's mechanical keyboard ticks all the right boxes.
Microsoft has launched the Xbox One X in India. The console is going up for sale tomorrow, and is currently on pre-order at Flipkart.
Microsoft has sent out invites to the media for an event on January 23 where the company is expected to launch the Xbox One X in India.
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