Shuttle's new XPC nano PCs run on ARM

Whenever I buy a Raspberry Pi I like to tell myself I’ll do all sorts of cool projects with it and reinvent the face of IoT, but usually I just end up with a cheap, underpowered ARM computer that runs Linux and never takes advantage of all the I/O pins. …

Read More »

First images of the Moto Z2 Play leak

The first images of the Moto Z2 Play — the successor to last year’s battery powerhouse, the Moto Z Play — have leaked out, via TechnoBuffalo. Without actual information on the specs of the Z2 Play, the picture is pretty much all we have to go on for now, although …

Read More »

Apple appears to be interested in the satellite internet business

Apple looks like it’s staffing up an internal hardware team responsible for satellite internet delivery, according to a report from Bloomberg. The company just hired Alphabet’s John Fenwick, who was Google’s head of spacecraft operations, and Michael Trela, Fenwick’s colleague and head of satellite engineering, to be part of a …

Read More »

Call of Duty is officially heading back to WWII

The next Call of Duty is going back to World War II. As was rumored last month, the military shooter series is following up last year’s far future entry Infinite Warfare with a new title set during the second world war, the same setting as the first three games in …

Read More »

Dell announces its first HDR desktop monitor

Dell just announced its newest monitor, the UltraSharp UP2718Q. It’s a 27-inch 4K desktop monitor, but the biggest addition is support for HDR video (under the HDR10 specification). While Dell has made several well-regarded 4K monitors before, the UltraSharp UP2718Q is the company’s first foray into HDR. Spec-wise, the UP2718Q …

Read More »