Hitman gets a new trailer for the upcoming beta
Published in Games


System requirements revealed as well 

Square Enix has launched a new trailer for its upcoming Hitman game in order to announce the upcoming beta phase as well as revealed system hardware requirements for the game.

EVGA officially announces GTX 980 Ti VR Edition
Published in Graphics


With a dedicated 5.25-inch drive bay

Previously showcased at CES 2016 show in Las Vegas earlier this year, EVGA has now officially launched its new Geforce GTX 980 Ti VR Edition series graphics cards, which feature a dedicated 5.25-inch drive bay for VR headsets.

ARM shrugs off poor Apple sales
Published in News


Profits up

Chip-designer ARM appears to have shrugged off a slump in smartphone sales that damaged everyone, even Apple and is reporting profits up 17 per cent on last year.

SCO case runs out of arguments
Published in News


Yeah the case is still going

After years the first attempt to take over Unix and Linux has ended after a US judge knocked out the two remaining arguments with which the SCO group hoped to attack IBM.

China wants to buy Opera
Published in News


Prepared to pay $1.2 billion

A group of Chinese investors are prepared to write a cheque for $1.2 billion to buy the Opera browser.

LG teases always on display
Published in Mobiles


In time for Mobile World Congress

In time for the Mobile World Congress LG has released an official teaser for the upcoming G5, which suggests the outfit is using its AMOLED display for an "always on" display.

GFXBench of Snapdragon 820 out
Published in Processors


Up against Nvidia's Tegra X1 an Apple's A9

A GFXBench of the new Snapdragon 820 has tipped up which compares the chip to Nvidia's Tegra X1 and Apple's A9.

USB Type-C reviewer fries Chromebook with bad cable
Published in News

Thick, braided cables can be very misleading

It appears that USB 3.1 Type-C cables can come in all colors, sizes, and varying degrees of quality control, as recently noted by Google engineer Benson Leung in his latest review that resulted in permanent damage to his Chromebook laptop.

AMD raises notebook clock-speed by 1Ghz
Published in Processors


No increase in power

AMD’s type Bristol Ridge SOC looks certain to speed up notebook chips by a 1 GHz without raising power consumption – if the OEMs had not stuffed it up for them.

Intel not ahead of the foundries
Published in Processors


Transistor performance lagging

The naming game for the next generation of chipmaking actually covers up the fact that Intel is probably not ahead of the foundries in terms of transistor performance.