Digital Storm has introduced a new beast of a gaming machine, the Bolt II Battle Box Titan Z Special Edition. The mouthful title aside, the new computer is a liquid-cooled offering the maker says is designed to NVIDIA's GeForce GTX Battle Box standard. The machine is available now for under $5,000.
Amazon announced today that it will be coming to the Shanghai free-trade zone soon, something that will potentially boost its sales in China. According to the Internet retailer, a deal has been penned with the related authorities, and it is slated to launch a logistics warehouse to "experiment with financial innovation," among other things.
LG has taken the wraps off its new Music Flow speakers, as well as a new sound bar, network bridge, and an app that can be used to control it all. The setup provides audiophiles with mobile control over their home's audio arrangement, and includes things like recommended playlists based on the user's preferences.
Cincinnati Bell is the latest service provider to roll out a gigabit offering for its subscribers -- in this case, the service will be available starting September 8. The announcement was made today by the provider's CEO Ted Torbeck and the city's mayor John Cranley.
Marvel has officially kicked off production for its temporarily ill-fated Ant-Man superhero movie, one of several titles it has in the works. This film, in particular, is slated to release in the United States on July 17 of next year, and does, indeed, star Paul Rudd as previously rumored.
Apple announced today that it is banning the use of n-hexane and benzene from iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and other production lines. It is extending this ban to include a requirement for its factories to test the substances it uses regardless of whether either chemical is included in the list of ingredients, ensuring neither substance ends up in production.