Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp. will build a factory that can produce 300,000 vehicles a year in Beijing for its electric vehicle unit, authorities in the Chinese capital announced on Saturday.
The factory will be built in two phases, and Xiaomi will also build up...
Winamp has completely redesigned its website and it looks like the popular media player is back. The new Winamp promises a whole new and redesigned experience, and could be more than just a media player for the average user and audiophile.
Listening to music offline is...
Motorola is committed to bringing the latest and greatest technologies to its customers, while also delivering the outstanding value that comes with each of its products.
To continue its mission, Motorola has introduced 312 Labs, a...
Half-Life fans have to be very strong now: According to a current rumor, Valve is not (yet) working on Half-Life 3. Instead, the developer is probably working exclusively on the new handheld Steam Deck and on games that should run particularly well on the console. At least that's what Valve insider Tyler McVicker claims.
The world's most popular cryptocurrencies are stable again after the cryptocurrency market went through a turbulent week of price "correction". On the other hand, Jeff Currie, a commodities expert at Goldman Sachs, believes cryptocurrencies are more alternative to copper than gold when it comes to hedging against inflation.
Cryptocurrency miners don’t give up, which means they literally snatch every quality and powerful graphics card as it hits the market, which is not Nvidia’s most comfortable situation as it wants to satisfy a loyal user base that uses them for gaming and other things, not for personal gain.
The cryptocurrency Etherum jumped more than five percent on Monday and currently stands at $ 2,565, but it has remained 40 percent lower than its maximum since the beginning of this month when it stood at 4,300 dollars, Reuters reports.