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Blocks modular smartwatch teams with Qualcomm

Blocks modular smartwatch teams with Qualcomm

The Blocks modular smartwatch project is still underway, and is looking more promising all the time. Blocks Wearables, the company behind the smartwatch, has announced a new collaboration with Qualcomm at Computex in Taipei, revealing that the maker’s Snapdragon 400 will be powering the wearable. The smartwatch will be running Android Lollipop, and will feature a round display alongside modular components for expanding its functionality in much the same way Google's Project Ara smartphone uses modules. The company behind the watch has also found a manufacturer.

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Zotac Zbox MA760 mini PC has a quartet of DisplayPort outputs

Zotac Zbox MA760 mini PC has a quartet of DisplayPort outputs

If you are in the market for a very small form factor PC that has the ability to support multiple monitors, the Zotac Zbox MA760 might be exactly what you are looking for. The PC isn’t exactly bristling with performance, but it's not bad for a mini PC. The biggest feature is certainly the ability for it to support four monitors at one time. The four video outputs are all DisplayPort.

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That’s no HTC One tablet, it’s an NVIDIA Tegra 4 developer platform

That’s no HTC One tablet, it’s an NVIDIA Tegra 4 developer platform

Earlier today an NVIDIA demonstration at Computex revealed a bit about their upcoming tablet processor Tegra 4, doing so on a tablet that looked - if we had to guess - like something HTC would deliver to the masses. Instead of this 7-inch tablet being the HTC One slate we've always dreamed of, NVIDIA has confirmed that it is, instead, simply a demonstration device made by NVIDIA for NVIDIA use only.

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