The AMD partnership with Toshiba subsidiary OCZ Storage Solutions has led to the release of three different capacities of drive that are designed to serve the gaming market.
A spec sheet for the new machine has been leaked and shows a list of features that wouldn’t be out of place on a Chromebook with the cost likely to sit around the $199 mark.
The machine runs on an adapted version of Microsoft Windows 8.1 and it comes with an impressive HD display as well as a number of different memory options.
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Rumours are flying that Microsoft has financially supported the launch of the state-of-the-art handset on its Windows Phone 8.1 network to help trigger growth in the US.
A sober analysis of the ruling shows that it does in fact not elevate the right to be forgotten to a "super right" trumping other fundamental rights, said an EU justice commissioner.
It has just put the finishing touches on the UK version of the new site that features easier ways to search for goods and a completely refreshed look that targets ecommerce over daily deals.
The Oscar-winning actor has co-developed the iPad app, which mimics the look and sound of the old-school machine, after being inspired by his experience with a real typewriter.
Google has big plans for both YouTube and Google Play Music, according to leaks that splashed all over the Internet today, along with screenshots of the proposed service.
High costs and time constraints push 60% of companies to choose conference calls over face-to-face meetings
The multi-location and global nature of modern business is pushing companies to use video and audio conferencing to stay in touch with colleagues and partners.
The service's four owners, Universal Music, Sony Music Entertainment, Google and the Abu Dhabi Media Group, will retain the holding as it is, after cancelling the sale for a second time.