Archive for December, 2014
New Chrome extension lets Linux apps run in a Chrome OS window.
SenseDriver's $99 SenseHUD offers an inexpensive HUD for your car, but the company has much bigger plans in mind.
TSMC will remain Apple's main supplier for A9 chips, with Samsung acting as backup supplier. In the meantime, TSMC faces continued pressure from Chinese foundries.
Silverstone is launching at least three new cases at CES, one of which is teeny tiny.
LG is coming out with a 34" 21:9 monitor that supports Freesync, which may even have an IPS panel and a 3440 x 1440 resolution. That, or a high-quality TN panel.
SMS Audio's Biosport earbuds are one of the first products with Intel's wearables tech baked in.
Nvidia corporate compromise leads to mass password resets for users.
Poor SS7 protocol security makes everyone vulnerable to call, message and location tracking.
It seems that one of the Mars Rover Opportunity's NAND memory banks has been worn out, giving the rover Amnesia.
New display technologies and an upgraded smart TV platform are some of the additions to a new generation of 4K TVs.