Smart Screw Connection bolts were developed at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany.

German scientists from Fraunhofer Institute proposed to monitor the technical condition of important objects with the help of "smart" bolts Smart Screw Connection. Thanks to their electronics, such bolts can let people know about problems in advance, which will help bring the technical condition of an object to normal more quickly. Read more →

MediaTek starts testing new Dimensity 9100 mobile processor

Testing of a promising flagship system-on-chip (SoC) for smartphones and tablets, the Dimensity 9100, started by Taiwanese company MediaTek, writes Notebookcheck.net electronic magazine on May 1. Read more →

Microsoft will launch its VPN service and build it into Edge browser

The company's website has a page describing the feature called Microsoft Edge Secure Network. Read more →

Xiaomi GamePad Elite Edition with Steam Support Introduced

In addition to computers, it can also be connected to smart TVs, tablets and smartphones Read more →

The Intel Arc Alchemist series of graphics cards for desktop PCs may consist of at least seven models.

Rumor has it that Intel's Arc Alchemist A-Series line of graphics cards will include a completely budget-friendly graphics card known as the A310. Read more →

Apple started deleting old apps from the App Store

Apple has started to remove from the App Store applications that have not been updated for a long time. Developers began to receive notifications to this effect. Read more →

AMD introduced the 6nm Ryzen Pro 6000 processor

AMD today detailed the Ryzen Pro 6000 chips that will appear in high-end business laptops in the second quarter. Some of these chips have already been announced as part of the HP EliteBook 800 G9 series and the Lenovo ThinkPad Z and T series. Read more →

The global share of Android devices decreased by 8% in 4 years

Despite the fact that Android remains the dominant mobile OS, its popularity, albeit slowly, but declining: In less than 4 years, the platform from Google has lost 8% of the global market of mobile devices, and Apple iOS, by contrast, has added 6 percentage points. Read more →