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ASUS today announced the new A88XM-A and A55BM-A/USB3 motherboards, the first from any manufacturer to support new Socket FM2+ APUs (Accelerated Processing Units) from AMD.
Google today unveiled the Chromecast, the new Nexus 7 tablet and Android 4.3, offering users a new way to enjoy content whether it's video, music, movies, games wherever they are, across their devices.
While ultra-high-definition (UHD) sets still will be relegated to a small share of total television shipments for the next few years, recent moves by panel makers and brands to reduce costs and increase the availability of content have bolstered the long-term shipment outlook, with nearly 5 million expected to ship in the United States in 2018.
Dell is added to the list of PC vendors that are offering 4K displays. The company is showing off its upcoming UltraSharp 32 at the Siggraph professional graphics conference in Anaheim, California.
Sony's PS4 will have the edge over Microsoft's Xbox One in the new games console battle which will erupt later this year according to feedback from Strategy Analytics' latest survey.
Intel announced today the Intel Solid-State Drive 530 Series, a new generation of solid-state drive (SSD) designed for accelerating PC performance.
Nvidia will introduce Project Logan (Tegra 5), its next-gen graphics processors for mobile computing, at the SIGGRAPH visual computing conference this week.
Google is set to announce Android 4.3 and a new version of its Nexus 7 tablet today, but Best Buy has already put up pre-order pages for the new tablet complete with images and full specs.
A group led by Dell's founder Michael Dell on Wednesday raised its offer for the computer maker in hopes of attracting more shareholder support for its plan to take the company private.
Intel has confirmed that a new 4th generation Core processor will be available operating at as low as 4.5 watts SDP, in addition to the 6 watt versions.
ARM Holdings Plc reported second-quarter sales that beat estimates as phone and tablet makers demanded more advanced graphics and processing technology.
LG Electronics reported a 9 percent fall in quarterly profit on Wednesday, as weak TV sales offset a recovery in the company's smartphone business.
Apple beat expectations on Tuesday with help from strong sales of iPhones, while it also hinted of upcoming new products this year.
The Open NAND Flash Interface (ONFI) Working Group, the organization dedicated to simplifying integration of NAND Flash memory into consumer electronic devices, computing platforms, and industrial systems, published the new ONFI 3.2 standard.
Samsung has started mass production of three gigabyte (GB) low power double data rate 3 (LPDDR3) mobile DRAM, the highest density mobile memory solution for next-generation smartphones.

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