Qualcomm China recently held an event showcasing its upcoming Snapdragon 810 processor, revealing several new capabilities. The company gave an update on what we didn’t know about the new chipset. Snapdragon 810’s new features see an improvement in terms of video, audio, photography, gaming and networking.
A South Korean newspaper has reported that Samsung has signed a deal to provide the new generation iPhone processors. Under the agreement, the South Korean manufacturer will provide Apple with 75-percent of its needs; although there is no word on who will be supplying the rest of the processors.
A traditional credit card reader is usually a wired device that is connected to a telephone cable which leave it restricted to cashier’s counter. That is certainly not the case with the new Maybank mPOS portable payment system that is designed to be used with smartphones and tablets.
The system is mainly aimed at SMEs and small retailers due to its low-cost entry point but it is generally meant for any merchants out there that require a mobile card payment solution. Launched earlier today, the bank has partnered with Maxis who has now include Maybank mPOS as part of its business solution.
While modular phones like Google’s Project Ara or the Puzzlephone is an awesome idea that lets you upgrade your phone module by module, would it create more waste because upgrading a phone parts would be so easy? Puzzlephone recently introduced the Puzzlecluster, a scalable supercomputer that puts together old Puzzlephone modules to form a supercomputer.
MSI is yet another NVIDIA’s add-in-board partner that has released its take on the new GeForce GTX 960 graphics card into Malaysia but at this moment, only one out of three models is available in our market. That particular card is the MSI GTX 960 Gaming 2G which features Twin Frozr V thermal solution.
It seems that Xiaomi is taking a step further into the smart home industry. The Chinese company is looking to start testing four new smart home products on the 26th of January. Xiaomi’s President Bin Lin revealed the Xiaomi smart home app along with four smart devices at the GeekPark Innovation Festival in Beijing.
Right after it was announced last night, plenty of NVIDIA’s add-in-board partners has started to officially unveiled their own take on the new GeForce GTX 960. One such partner is ZOTAC who has provided two different variants of GTX 960 for Malaysian market: the standard version and the AMP! Edition (shown above).
It took NVIDIA four months after the initial debut of GeForce GTX 900 series to actually announce this particular card but nevertheless, here it is: the new GeForce GTX 960. Being the third member in the GeForce GTX 900 graphics card series, it is positioned to cater the mid-range market and acts as the replacement for GTX 760.