Archive for March, 2018
In an interview with Tested.com at GDC, Andy Davis, DisplayLink Marketing Director revealed several details about the wireless system that we didn’t know, including details about a new Intel-developed antenna system.
When it comes to buying a laptop today, we are truly spoiled for choice.
Apple announced support for Thunderbolt 3-based external GPUs with macOS High Sierra 10.13.4.
The U.S. government issued a proposal that would require visitors and immigrants to submit their social media identities into their visa application forms. The public will have 60 days to comment on it, before the OMB approves or rejects the proposal.
Thermaltake launched a new RGB fan to add to its recently upgraded RGB Plus lighting ecosystem.
Windows 10 has made it simple to set up RAID by building on the good work of Windows 8 and Storage Spaces.
Under Armour, the company that now owns MyFitnessPal, announced that approximately 150 million accounts were exposed in a data breach that was discovered on March 25, 2018.
Last week at GDC, Oculus introduced a new rendering technique called Fixed Foveated Rendering (FFR), which reduces the GPU load in VR scenes. FFR is somewhat of a gamechanger for mobile VR headsets, especially standalone units like the Oculus Go.
Late last night, Valve introduced a new SteamVR feature that enables per-application video settings so you can better utilize your graphics card’s resources in less demanding titles and not overload the GPU in graphics-heavy titles.
Preview Build 17634 boasts the usual bug fixes, performance improvements, and new issues as other pre-release software, but it also expands Windows' search and Cortana Show Me tools.