INTEL X99 Chipset Will Support Up to 5 Video Cards

The upcoming Intel X99 chipset, which is designed to work with processors Haswell-E provide support for memory type DDR4-2133 – for each of the four channels can be no more than one DIMM. There are different frequency ratios base...

Amid Olympic Hacking Fears, Avaya Offers Safer Surfing in Sochi

While visitors to the Winter Olympics in Sochi are being warned that they could have their devices hacked the minute they step off the plane, official participants will have access to a much more secure network, courtesy of Avaya....

Steve Jobs, Sony Talked Mac OS X-Powered Vaio Laptops

If the winds had blown a little differently 13 years ago, Sony’s Vaio laptops might be running Mac OS X today. In a blog post recounting the friendship between Apple’s Steve Jobs and Sony co-founder Akio Morita, Tokyo-based journalist...

Big Xbox One Update Scheduled for Feb. 11

Microsoft will roll out an update for Xbox One on Feb. 11, which includes easier storage management and the return of the battery power indicator, among other things. Like the Xbox 360, Redmond’s newest console will receive regular updates....

Seventh Annual Doodle 4 Google Contest Now Open

If you could invent one thing to make the world a better place, what would it be? That’s the question Google is asking young artists in its seventh annual Doodle 4 Google competition. Open to U.S. students grades K-12,...

Google, Cisco Battle Trolls With Patent Deal

Google and Cisco today inked a patent deal that’s intended in part to protect themselves from patent trolls. The long-term patent cross-licensing agreement gives both companies a license to the other’s portfolio. It covers “a broad range of products...

Google Opens Chromecast to Developers

The library of available apps on Google’s Chromecast has slowly been expanding, but it could increase dramatically now that Google has released its Cast Software Development Kit (SDK). The release means developers can now build Chromecast support into their...

Apple Celebrates Mac’s 30th With iPhone-Filmed Video

From “1984″ to “1.24.14,” Apple’s Mac has come a long way in 30 years. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Steve Jobs unveiling the first Macintosh and the accompanying iconic TV commercial, Apple today released a short video, titled...