Motorola files patent for self-healing smartphone screen

Since Wednesday, Motorola filed a new patent for a smartphone screen that can “heal” after it was cracked. Those screens would be made from a “shape memory polymer”. We are not talking about a healing treatment in a shop or done by workers but by the phone itself. After the screen is cracked in the phone, you can open an app or press the repair button.

Will AI become the new Esports champions?

OpenAI announced their Artificial intelligence system for the moba DOTA. The theory behind this system is that pro players can play on their level and even learn from “the computer”.

Intel Core i9 7980X Launching September 25th

Intel released the last unknown specifications for the new Core X processor series with 14 up to 18 Cores. All skylake-X processors will require a LGA2066 X299 based motherboard. Starting from the 10 core model (7900X), these processors offer 44 PCIe 3.0-lanes and allow quad channel DDR4-2666MHz memory.

Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus Review

While the 360 sound factor is nothing new for bluetooth speakers; many brands like Ultimate Ears and JBL have been offering similar products with the main goal to facilitate placement of the speaker, promising full audio output on all sides of the speaker.

RED working on smartphone with holographic screen

RED is a company that's known for incredibly powerful camera's, mostly used by the film industry. We received news that the company is taking a surprising turn in product development as they're planning to launch a high-end smartphone with holographic screen.

Kingston Appoints Brightstar as Its National Distributor for Flash Business in India

Kingston Technology, the independent world leader in memory products, today, announced the appointment of 

AMD EPYC™ Datacenter Processor Launches with Record-Setting Performance, Optimized Platforms, and Global Server Ecosystem Support

AMD, and a global ecosystem of server partners, today marked a new era in the datacenter with the launch of AMD EPYC™7000 series high-performance datacenter processors.

ZOPO partners with for the upcoming Speed X launch

 ZOPO, a fast growing Chinese Smartphone brand partners with India’s leading AI startup 

AMD Ryzen 1800X CPU Review

Ryzen has been long awaited and anticipated with many leaks revealing its stellar performance. Since the FX lineup, AMD has been continuously working on building a new CPU architecture from the ground up which would even require a new motherboard socket. What makes this so different is that this CPU isn’t a refresh like the Bulldozer and Vishera lineup of CPUs.

Review: Creative Outlier Sports In-Ears

With the Outlier Sports In-Ears, Creative released a great all-round product for any music and sports enthousiast, whether you need them to go to the gym, to run, for biking or just to use passively.

Analysing WannaCry Ransomware

The past few days have taken the world of cyber security by surprise: a piece of malware known as "WannaCry" has broken out in an epidemic throughout various companies in the world.

Review: HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse

HyperX, a division of the more well-known brand Kingston, is a new competitor on the gaming peripheral market. In this review, we'll see if their first gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS, holds up against other brands.

New AMD CPU line to take on Skylake X

In the middle of this year, AMD is planning the release of a new enthousiast grade CPU line to take on intel's skylake X line-up.

Beta-Testing Phase BHBench V5

Now that the closed Alpha Testing Phase has ended and we fixed the known bugs and compatibility with new CPU architectures. We launched the beta version of the new BlackHoleTec CPU Benchmark software. Three years ago, was the testing base of our own benchmarking software. Without much knowledge of microprocessors, programming or hardware in general I was able to create a so called 'CPU Benchmark'.

New high-end peripheral announcements

It's an exciting time for gaming peripheral fans who like to have the latest of the latest: high-end brands like Razer, Corsair and Steelseries have announced impressive new products.

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