No smartphone processors from Sony confirms CEO Kazuo Hirai

Hopes of having a Sony-made processor inside a future version of one of its Xperia smartphones have been dashed after the company's CEO, Kazuo Hirai, denied all related rumors in an interview.

Microsoft drops Windows 10 IoT support for Intel’s Galileo development boards

Microsoft is pulling support from Intel's Arduino-certified Galileo development boards because they do "not meet the minimum hardware requirements" for Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) Core.

HP’s new Elite X2 laptop is entirely silent

HP is looking to capitalise on Microsoft's success with the Surface Pro line, by releasing a two-in-one of its own, with a fanless, business-centric approach and powerful performance, and a price tag that isn't insurmountable.

PCM acquires Circuit City consolidator TigerDirect for $14 million

As an apparently affordable means of staying relevant, PCM, Inc. has just purchased TigerDirect in addition to a handful of business assets from TigerDirect's parent company Systemax.

Meet Geekbox, a tiny PC built for streaming that runs Android and Ubuntu

If you're stuck deciding between a new PC to freshly install Linux on and an Android tablet, Chinese Internet retailer Geekbuying may have just the solution with its forthcoming Geekbox hardware.

RPG-brawler Dragon Quest Heroes coming to Steam in December

Square Enix's RPG-inspired beat-'em-up Dragon Quest Heroes is coming to PC platforms via Steam by the end of the year, and players eager to join the brawl can purchase the game prior to its release at a discount for a limited time.
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Meet the app experts say ISIS used to send secret messages

Having great technology can attract despicable attention, which is what happened to Telegram, a free Android, iOS, desktop, and Web app whose "Secret Chat” function was apparently utilized by terrorists associated with extremist group…

Nvidia’s Pascal will take video memory to a whole new level

Nvidia's next-generation Pascal GPU architecture is going to massively increase the available bandwidth to GPUs, leveraging HBM2 to improve high end cards to levels that far exceed even that offered by AMD's Fury line.