Intel Intros Super Fast PC Processors
Samsung Maps Way with Nokia 'Here'
Mozilla Testing Ads on Firefox Nightly
Google Tests Its Own Delivery Drone
iPhone 6, iWatch on Tap for Sept. 9?
Call it extreme. Intel just took the covers off its first-ever eight-core desktop processor, which is aimed at hardcore power users who expect more than the status quo from their computers.
Korean electronics giant Samsung has opted to license Here, Nokia’s mapping app -- formerly known as Nokia Maps -- for its Tizen-powered smart devices and Samsung Gear S wearable.
Sponsored ads now appear among suggested Web site boxes when Firefox Nightly users open new browser tabs. Firefox Nightly is the Mozilla browser version for very technical early adopters.
While top technology companies are engaged in an "arms race" to develop drones that can quickly deliver goods to anyone anywhere, Google has revealed it successfully tested its own version.
Save the date. Apple formally announced that its long-anticipated “special event," will take place on September 9. Does the tech giant have the iPhone 6, and the iWatch up its sleeve?