We’ve been hearing a bit more about quantum dot technology lately, and now Phillips has released the world’s first quantum dot monitor.
AMD announced multiple new GPUS yesterday, including upcoming dual-core models, a water-cooled single-GPU solution, and the tiny Radeon Nano — all of which promise dramatic performance and power consumption improvements over previous generation cards.
How do the PS4 and Xbox One compare with each other in 2015? If you’re thinking about buying one of these two consoles–or just want ammunition for bragging rights–here’s what you need to know.
Intel has quietly launched its 14nm successor to Bay Trail. The new SoCs offer improved power consumption and should boost graphics performance significantly over last-gen hardware.
Imagination Technologies has announced the next-generation, super-powered version of its Series 7 GPU. The GT 7900 is aimed at affordable game consoles and full-on notebooks — can Power VR jump back into mainstream competition?