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Friday, January 31, 2014
Apple Reports Record Quarter, Thanks to iPhone, iPad.
Apple Earns $57.6 Billion in Revenue, But Profit Margins Drop
Samsung Licenses Ericsson's Patents
Epic Sees Bright Future for PC As a Gaming Platform
AMD Unveils More Details Regarding ARM-Based Opterons, Plans Sample Shipments in Q1
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Leading Notebook Makers Reduce 2014 Shipment Targets.
Top 9 Notebook Vendors Cut Their Shipments Goals
Asustek to Enter the Market of Wearable Electronics This Year
IBM Shows Off Working Graphene-Based Circuit
Nintendo Mulls Development of Inexpensive Hardware, Games
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Electronic Arts: Microsoft and Sony to Support Previous-Gen Consoles for “At Least” Two Years.
Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3 Set to Have A Long and Happy Life
Top 13 Foundries Account for 91% of Total Foundry Sales in 2013
ARM Servers Begin to Get Standardized
Lenovo Set to Challenge Apple and Samsung
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Amazon Readies Its Own Video Game Console – Report.
Amazon to Rival Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo
Samsung and Apple Remain Top Smartphone Vendors
Microsoft to Cease Reserving GPU Horsepower for Kinect
Lenovo Reorgs After Taking Over x86 Server Business from IBM
Monday, January 27, 2014
Foxconn to Expand Manufacturing in the U.S.
Foxconn to Open New Facilities in the USA
Seagate to Fight HGST’s Helium-Filled HDDs
Samsung and Google Ink Cross-License Pact
Qualcomm Readies Many-Core 64-Bit Processor
Friday, January 24, 2014
Shipments of Xbox One Total 3.9 Million Units.
Xbox One Still Lags Behind PlayStation 4
Apple, Samsung Remained Top Chip Buyers in 2013
Microsoft Increases Shipments of Surface Tablets
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Lenovo to Acquire IBM’s x86 Server Business.
Lenovo to Take Over x86 Server Biz from IBM
Folded Space Develops Video Encoding Tech That Supports 12-Bit Per Color
Qualcomm Buys Bitfone, iPaq and Palm Patents from HP
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
AMD Launches First Two Opteron “Warsaw” Processors.
AMD Introduces New Energy-Efficient Server Chips
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 790 Set to Become World’s Highest-Performing Graphics Card
Apple Cannot Fulfill Demand for Latest Workstations
AMD Describes Competitive Advantages of Next-Gen Ultra-Low-Power APUs
OCZ’s Vertex 460 SSDs Use 19nm NAND Flash, Bigfoot 3 M10 Controller
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Researchers Discover Natural 3D Counterpart to Graphene.
Researchers of Advanced Light Source Find New Form of Quantum Matter
Game Consoles Help AMD to Boost Sales Amid Declining Shipments of Microprocessors
OCZ Becomes OCZ Storage Solutions
Microsoft Rumoured to RTM Windows 9 in Late October
Verizon Acquires Cloud TV Service from Intel
Monday, January 20, 2014
Dell and Lenovo In Talks to Buy x86 Server Business from IBM.
IBM Again Looking Forward to Get Rid of Low-End Server Unit
Chipmaker to Initiate 14nm Manufacturing This Quarter
SK Telecom Develops 4G/LTE-Advanced 3 Band Carrier Aggregation
BDA Confirms Ultra-High-Def Future for Blu-Ray
SanDisk Announces SSDs in DIMM Form-Factor
Friday, January 17, 2014
AMD Develops Behemoth Chip with Sixteen Cores on Single Die.
AMD Has Sixteen-Core Steamroller-Based Processors in the Works
Toshiba Allowed to Buy OCZ’s SSD Business
Thursday, January 16, 2014
IBM Rolls-Out x86-Based Systems Designed for Cloud, Analytics.
IBM Unveils New X6 Server Architecture
Class-Action Filed Against AMD for Overestimated Adoption of Llano
U.S. Continues to Be Microsoft’s Stronghold as Xbox One Leaves PlayStation 4 Behind
As SK Hynix’s DRAM Output Returns to Normal Levels, DRAM Prices Get Lower
Intel’s Sales Stabilized in Q4, Show Signs of Revival
TSMC Initiates High-Volume 20nm Production
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Amazon Working on “Bigger Than Kindle” Project – Report.
Rumours About Amazon’s Mysterious Hardware Products Continue to Emerge
Intel and Marvell Reportedly Negotiating Foundry Agreement
Motorola Wants to Concentrate on Smartphones
Despite Rise of Streaming Services, Consumers Still Prefer Physical Media
No Shortages of Next-Gen Chips Expected
Hewlett-Packard Reveals Phablets for Developing Countries
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Intel Delays Equipment Move-In at Fab 42, Will Explore Options.
Intel Cancels Plans to Make 14nm Chips at Fab 42, Will Wait for Next Process Technologies
Samsung to Strengthen Tablet Efforts This Year
Sony Admits Weak Sides of PlayStation Vita, Will Focus on Core Gamers
Boutique PC Maker Introduces PCs for Virtual Currency Mining
ARM Develops Low-Cost Cortex-A7 Implementation to Be Made at UMC’s 28nm Node
Two Kaveri APU Models Now Available for Purchase
Monday, January 13, 2014
3D Gesture-Sensing Technologies in Smart Devices Poised for Growth.
Microsoft Kinect-Like Control Technologies Set to Gain Popularity
Samsung: Blu-Ray 4K UHD Standard Could Be Commercialized by End of the Year
First Details About Next-Generation Windows Unveiled
Intel’s Next “Broadwell” Processors May Emerge Earlier Than Expected
Samsung to Launch Galaxy S5 with New Smart-Watch Gadget
Forthcoming Intel-Based Android Devices to Feature 64-Bit Capability
Friday, January 10, 2014
IBM’s Watson Group to Explore “Cognitive Innovations”.
IBM Establishes Watson Group
LG Wants to Have Higher Share of Premium TV Market
Thursday, January 9, 2014
DisplayLink Connects 4K UHD Displays Using USB 3.0.
4K via USB? Just PNP & OK
Two Companies Agree to Mediation amid Patent War
SteamOS Now Supports AMD Processors, Radeon Graphics and Intel Integrated Graphics
8K TV Prototypes Make Unexpected Debut at Consumer Electronics Show
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Seagate Reveals Backup Plus Fast: Large-Capacity External Backup Does Not Have to Be Slow.
Seagate Installs Two HDDs in RAID 0 Mode into Backup Plus Fast External Storage
Panasonic Introduces World’s Smallest Tablet with Intel Core i5, Windows 8.1 Pro Inside
Asus and Waves Audio Ink Strategic Agreement, Provide Premium Sound Processing to Multiple Products
Micron May Be the First Company to Ship Commercial LPDDR4
Plextor’s New M6-Series Solid-State Drives Set to Become Available This Spring
Microsoft and Sony Disclose Sales Numbers of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
AMD Sacrificed High CPU Clock-Speeds to Build Better APU with Kaveri
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Sony Announces Launch of PlayStation Now Video Game Streaming Service.
Sony's PlayStation Now to Cloud-Stream Video Games to PlayStation Consoles, Bravia TVs This Summer
CEO of Ford Remains with Motor Company, Has No Plans to Succeed Steve Ballmer
Dell to Start Selling 4K Monitor at $699 Price-Point Later This Month
Samsung and Rambus Ink Ten Years Technology Licensing Agreement
Intel Announces RealSense Technology
Different Specs of Steam Machines May Result into Massive Segmentation
Razer Reinvents Desktop to Enable Easier Upgradeability
Monday, January 6, 2014
Intel Unveils Edison PC in Secure Digital Card Form-Factor.
Intel Rolls-Out SD Card-Sized Edison PC Personal Computer
AMD: A10-7850K “Kaveri” Is 24% - 87% Faster Than Intel’s Core i5-4670K “Haswell”
GlobalFoundries Appoints New Chief Executive Officer
Nvidia Unveils Code-Named “Logan” Mobile SoC with Integrated Kepler Graphics
Friday, January 3, 2014
Sony PlayStation 4 Set to Outsell Xbox One Significantly – Analyst.
Sony to Sell 30% More PS4s Compared to Xbox One, Says Market Observer
JEDEC Wants “Little More Tuning” of Next-Gen DRAM Standard
Intel to Demo New Devices, Unleash New Quark Processor at CES
4K TV for $1K Price? This Is Reality Now!
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Microsoft Mulled Removing Optical Disc Drive from Xbox One.
Microsoft Installed Blu-Ray Drive into Xbox One amid Concerns over Bandwidth and Game Sizes
LG to Unleash Its First WebOS-Powered TVs at CES
Fully Unlocked AMD Radeon “Hawaii” May Feature 3072 Stream Processors
Sony May Add Windows Phone-Based Smartphones into Product Line
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
LG Reveals World’s Smallest Pocket Printer.
LG to Showcase Pocket Photo 2.0 Printed at CES