Monthly Archives: August 2016

Fujitsu To Mass-Produce NRAM Carbon Nanotube Memory In 2018

By | August 31, 2016

Fujitsu announced that it has licensed Nantero’s carbon nanotube-based NRAM (Non-volatile RAM) and will participate in a joint development effort to bring a 256Gb 55nm product to market in 2018. Carbon nanotubes are a promising technology projected to make an appearance in numerous applications, largely due to their incredible characteristics, which include unmatchable performance, durability… Read More »

2K Hits The VR Games Market With 'Carnival Games VR'

By | August 31, 2016

2K Games announced that it joined the ranks of virtual reality. The publisher revealed that Carnival Games VR will be the first virtual reality game published under its wing.  Carnival Games was initially developed by Cat Daddy Games as a Nintendo Wii title. The game consisted of carnival mini-games such as Dunk Tank, Hoops, Shooting… Read More »

Acer Updates Swift And Spin Notebook Lines, Reveals Convertible Chromebook With Google Play Support

By | August 31, 2016

Acer unveiled a slew of thin, light and portable laptops during IFA, some of which will feature Intel’s upcoming 7th generation Kaby Lake processors. The new Swift series are the thinnest of the bunch, whereas the Spin series offers convertible touch screen systems. Acer also added a system to Chromebook line, too, which has a… Read More »

Three Acer Predator Monitors Get Tobii Eye-Tracking

By | August 31, 2016

It’s not just the new high-end Predator 21 X laptop (with a curved display) that has Tobii eye tracking; Acer announced three new Predator displays that come equipped with Tobii eye tracking, too. With Tobii, you can use your eyes to control some games. These displays also support Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, which controls the display’s… Read More »