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Turcom launches Titan, AcoustoShock portable Bluetooth speakers

09/23, 8:36pm

AcoustoShock, Titan Bluetooth speakers have IPX5 water resistance

Turcom has unveiled a pair of Bluetooth speakers that are said to be durable enough to withstand the elements without compromising on sound quality. The Titan is a lightweight IPX5 water and shock resistant speaker housed in a compact aluminum shell, while the AcoustoShock is a larger speaker in a rubberized casing designed to protect the device from impacts and drops, as well as water, sand, and dust.


Nvidia details GeForce GTX Titan X GPU, Quadro M6000

03/17, 6:52pm

High-end graphics cards formally revealed at GTC

Nvidia has revealed more details for two high-end graphics cards at the GPU Technology Conference earlier today. The GeForce GTX Titan X, initially unveiled as the company's new flagship card for PC gaming at the Game Developers Conference earlier this month, was joined by a new professional card in the Quadro range called the Quadro M6000.


Nvidia teases launch of GeForce GTX Titan X graphics card

03/04, 3:23pm

Titan X claimed to use 8 billion transistors, 12GB frame buffer

Nvidia is still producing new products in its Titan high-specification graphics cards range, with the company making an unexpected announcement during the Game Developers Conference. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang handed Epic Games CEO and founder Tim Sweeney the first GeForce GTX Titan X, declared by Huang to be the "most advanced GPU the world has ever seen."


Blizzard surprises fans, announces team-based shooter Overwatch

11/09, 3:56pm

First new franchise in 17 years announced at BlizzCon, first shooter developed

At BlizzCon 2014, Blizzard Entertainment shocked fans by unveiling Overwatch, a team-based shooter game that is coming to beta in 2015. Overwatch marks the first new intellectual property for Blizzard in 17 years, with the company jumping back into the shooter genre for the first time since it toyed with Starcraft: Ghost in 2002. The title features a wide array of heroes with a loose storyline, giving players a number of options to enjoy.


Advertising beacons secretly hidden in New York City phone booths

10/06, 4:44pm

Estimated 500 Bluetooth beacons installed as part of city-approved trial

A marketing firm has littered New York City with marketing beacons, a report has discovered. Hidden within phone booths in Manhattan, approximately 500 of the Bluetooth beacons have been installed, with the devices able to help retailers and advertisers track the movements of smartphones owned by passers by, as well as potentially pushing marketing messages to devices.


Blizzard terminates seven-year development of next-gen Titan MMO

09/24, 5:45pm

Projected cancelled as the company 'didn't find the fun' after a year in reevaluation

Blizzard fans waiting for details on the massively multiplayer online (MMO) game codenamed Titan to be officially revealed from the developer should be set for disappointment, as the company announced it has cancelled development. While the game was never officially announced by Blizzard, it has been teased for several years as the next-generation MMO to follow the company's successful World of Warcraft.


Nvidia announces availability of Geforce GTX Titan Z video card

05/28, 5:28pm

GPU cards currently available to add-in partners and builders like Origin PC

Nvidia announced today that their fasted video card to date is now available to system builders and add-in card partners. The Geforce GTX Titan Z, based on the company's Kepler architecture, will run users a staggering $3000 to start according to the company.


NVIDIA, AMD-powered supercomputer Titan goes live

10/29, 6:48am

GPU-based supercomputer to help biological, physical modelling

The world's fastest open-science supercomputer has finished its NVIDIA Kepler-based upgrade. The newly-rebranded Titan at the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee now contains 18,688 Tesla K20 GPU accelerators that helps it achieve a peak performance of more than 20 petaflops.


AT&T's mid-2012 LTE expansion starts April 8

04/03, 4:35pm

1st of 12 planned cities to get LTE services

AT&T is continuing with its planned next round of LTE services. The carrier will be bringing Muncie and Bloomington in Indiana, as well as Bryan-College Station in Texas, on April 8. The 8th is the date that AT&T announced that it would begin shipping two LTE-aware Windows Phones, the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II.


HTC Titan II also coming to AT&T on April 8

03/26, 10:20am

HTC Titan II to cost twice as much as Lumia 900

AT&T quickly followed up news of Lumia 900 launch details on Monday with a similar firming up of plans for its other LTE Windows Phone, the HTC Titan II. The 4.7-inch smartphone will show on the same day, April 8. In an unusual step, the Titan II will cost twice as much on contract as Nokia's phone, at $200.


AT&T may pass on Windows Phone fix for existing devices

03/23, 11:15pm

ATT could skip keyboard and 4G patch

AT&T through its forums stated that it was passing on a a Windows Phone fix. Subscribers on the carrier wouldn't get the build 8107 fix, which fixes a common problem with the keyboard disappearing, for phones that didn't already ship with it preinstalled. A representative didn't have full information as to why, other than that AT&T was "not currently planning" to use it.


Windows Phone officially hits China with HTC Eternity

03/21, 7:55am

HTC Eternity goes on sale in China

Following an early tease, Microsoft as promised launched Windows Phone in China on Wednesday. The initial phone, the HTC Eternity, is an adaptation of the Titan, keeping its 4.7-inch screen, eight-megapixel back camera, and 1.3-megapixel front camera. The Chinese version is unlocked and comes with "popular" Chinese apps already loaded.


Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh intros in China on March 21

03/14, 4:25pm

Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh event coming next week

The Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh, codenamed Tango, will arrive in China on March 21, according to an invitation sent to media outlets. This will be the first time handsets with Microsoft's Windows Phone mobile operating system will be officially sold in the country, LiveSide reported. HTC has already released a phone in China on March 14, the Titan, ahead of the event, however, which is said to have 7.5 Refresh preloaded.


HTC Titan becomes first mainland China Windows Phone

03/04, 3:10pm

HTC Titan beats others to China

China officially adopted Windows Phone this weekend after HTC launched its first store in Beijing. The company is carrying the HTC Titan renamed as the Triumph rather than the Titan II, but with a unique software advantage. Where current devices have at most Windows 7.5 Mango, the new version is shipping with the Tango release necessary for China and present on the Nokia Lumia 610.


Nokia could hit US aggressively with Lumia 900 at $100

01/25, 12:45pm

Nokia Lumia 900 leak hints low price

Nokia's launch of the Lumia 900 in the US may compete fiercely on price. A leak at BGR, corroborated by previously accurate Windows writer Paul Thurrott, has the 4G Windows Phone costing just $100 on an AT&T contract. The same tip likewise supports earlier talk of a March 18 ship date.


Hands-on: HTC Titan II for AT&T

01/11, 2:35pm

HTC Titan II gets early look

Earlier this week, Electronista had the opportunity to try the HTC Titan II first-hand. We'll gauge whether or not the addition of LTE and that massive 16-megapixel camera make for a better device. Read ahead for early impressions and whether or not it stands a chance among Android and iPhone alternatives.


HTC Titan II, Nokia 4G LTE Windows Phones confirmed for AT&T

01/09, 2:30pm

HTC and Nokia show at ATT Dev Summit w

AT&T at its Developer Summit has just confirmed the first-ever LTE-equipped Windows Phones. HTC's Titan II adds the much faster 4G speeds as well as a virtually record-setting 16-megapixel camera. The resolution is twice as much as on the original Titan and only has peers in just-launched Japanese phones.


HTC Titan reaches AT&T shops November 20 for $200

11/09, 2:15pm

HTC Titan gets US launch date

AT&T committed to its last major Windows Phone launch for the near future on Wednesday with definitive action on the HTC Titan. The extra-large smartphone will be in stores on November 20, roughly two weeks later than its Samsung counterparts, the Focus Flash and Focus S. The Titan will cost as much as the Focus S at $200 on a contract.


HTC Titan, Samsung Focus S, Focus Flash for AT&T shown live

10/19, 11:35pm

Microsoft shows ATT Windows Phones

Microsoft's Andy Lees used the AsiaD conference to show off the finished versions of AT&T's Windows Phone 7.5 roster. Its headliner and completely new model, the Focus S, looks like what Electronista and others saw before with the same 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen and 8.6mm profile as the Galaxy S II, just with a 1.4GHz single-core Snapdragon and a 1.3-megapixel front camera instead of the two of the Android phone. The phone won't necessarily perform slower in practice due to WP7's light demand.


Hands on: HTC Titan Windows Phone

10/12, 6:20pm

WP7 cousin to Sensation XL

HTC brought two of its largest smartphones to CTIA, the Titan and Sensation XL. Electronista took a close look at the Titan, which serves as the Windows Phone counterpart to the Android-based Sensation XL. Both handsets share the same essential hardware, centering around an enormous 4.7-inch display, though the Titan lacks the XL's white housing and Beats branding.


Oak Ridge Titan supercomputer aims at record with Tesla card

10/11, 9:40am

Tesla GPUs could deliver up to 20 petaflops

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory will use the parallel processing capability of the NVIDIA Tesla M2090 GPU in a new supercomputer, a Cray XK6 nicknamed "Titan." The new supercomputer could deliver over 20 petaflops, making it more than twice as fast as the most powerful supercomputer today, the Fujitsu K supercomputer. Titan will also be three times more energy efficient.


HTC Runnymede may be called Sensation XL instead

09/26, 2:45pm

Android-based Titan variant to launch October 7?

When HTC launches its new smartphone, code-named Runnymede, it will most likely not be called the Bass, as many had expected. Pocketnow now reports that the phone, which will be sold in packages offering Beats Audio accessories, will bear the name Sensation XL. The phone, which the company has still not officially announced, is most likely to have its formal debut at an upcoming HTC media event pegged for October 7.


HTC: we're not out to kill the iPhone

09/12, 10:55pm

HTC exec says no need to clash with iPhone

HTC's American president Martin Fichter touched on his earlier interview with a rare follow-up elaborating on his position. He claimed that he not only didn't see HTC setting out to make an "iPhone killer" but that he actively discouraged the idea in the office. The goal was not to replace Apple but to target those people who didn't fit in Apple's world.


HTC Runnymede PR shot leak shows it as Android's Titan

09/12, 9:00pm

HTC Runnymede press image confirms close design

HTC's Runnymede was reinforced Monday with a discovery of a press shot. The phone is now near certain to be an Android conversion of the Windows Phone-based Titan and will share the 4.7-inch, 480x800 screen. Accordingly, what PocketNow saw would be an unusually mid-range device for the big screen, carrying a single-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon and either 16GB or 32GB of storage.


HTC: iPhone not cool anymore because 'dad has it'

09/12, 4:55pm

HTC says iPhone lost chic, Windows Phone hurt

Apple has lost some of its cool factor in smartphones, HTC's US president Martin Fichter argued in an interview Monday. After talking to friends of his college-age daughter at Reed College in Portland, he was convinced the iPhone had lost favor. Younger owners might consider the MacBook Air cool, Fichter mentioned to Geekwire, but they were more likely to be carrying Android phones.


AT&T returns to Windows Phone: Samsung Focus S, HTC Titan

09/12, 10:25am

ATT intros Samsung Focus S, Focus Flash, HTC Titan

AT&T revisited Windows Phone on Monday with details of a widened Windows Phone strategy for the fall in sync with the Mango update. The launch will be headlined by the Focus S, better known so far as the i937; the device is effectively a slightly slower Galaxy S II and shares its 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen along with the very thin 8.6mm (0.34-inch) profile. It drops to a single-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon and has both an eight-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front camera.


HTC plans September 20 special event, hints at Bliss

09/09, 2:00pm

HTC Bliss may appear at NYC gathering

HTC dropped a strong clue as to the release timing of the Bliss with an invite it sent to members of the media. The notice points to a September 20 gathering in New York City. Little is mentioned as to the contents, but a request to "come celebrate in style" and the use of the Bliss' expected seafoam green and possible purple colors.


HTC unveils Titan, Radar in second go-round at Windows Phone

09/01, 2:55pm

HTC Radar and Titan official

HTC launched itself back into Windows Phone support at its special event Thursday with two new models. Topping the group, the Titan (once codenamed the Eternity) is the biggest Windows Phone ever and has a 4.7-inch (albeit 480x800) touchscreen in a relatively slim 0.39-inch unibody frame. It confirms front camera support in the Mango update to the OS and has both a 1.3-megapixel front camera along with the rear eight-megapixel piece.



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