2017-04-20 03:59:51| Sawmill and bandmill blog
2017-02-08 11:05:15| PC Magazine Notebooks Product Guide
In addition to the P71, a 17-inch behemoth, Lenovo also announced a new P51 and a thin and light P51s.
2017-02-08 11:05:14| PC Magazine Graphics Cards Product Guide
Vega is AMD's latest attempt to battle Intel and Nvidia for data centers and gaming PCs.
2017-02-07 18:00:33| Extremetech
The 2018 Ford Expedition gets USB jacks in every row, Wi-Fi for 10 devices, and full telematics. It uses F-150 aluminum construction in hopes of returning to the glory days of 200,000-unit sales years. The post Ford unveils tech-heavy 2018 Ford Expedition: a rolling entertainment palace appeared first on ExtremeTech.
2017-02-07 17:27:00| Telecompaper Headlines
(Telecompaper) The 3GPP standards group has released a logo for 5G, to help set apart the next generation of mobile network technology from its predecessors. The logo can be used from 3GPP Release 15, the first set of technical standards for 5G, the 3GPP said in a statement on its website. The 3GPP agreed in June 2016 on a work plan for Release 15 and expects to have it ready by the end of 2018. At that point operators and equipment makers can use the logo for the launch of the first 5G networks. The 5G logo builds on the existing LTE waves with a new design, and uses the green of the LTE-Advanced Pro logo to highlight the technology's continuous evolution. It will also be used for the 5G Phase 2 Release 16 specifications, planned for completion in 2020, and any future releases covering 5G.