Gigabyte teases possible Geforce GTX 1070 Ti
Published in Graphics


Coming soon

Gigabyte jumped the gun on its official Facebook page and released a teaser for the rumored Geforce GTX 1070 Ti graphics card, suggesting it could launch soon.

MSI's custom RX Vega 64 gets pictured
Published in Graphics


Not the Gaming Edition

While custom Radeon RX Vega graphics cards have been delayed, it does not mean that partners are not working on their designs and today MSI's custom RX Vega 64 has been spotted online.

Seasonic unveils Prime Ultra series PSUs
Published in News


High-end, mid-range-power PSUs with Gold and Platinum rating

Seasonic has been praised for its high-end and high-efficiency PSUs and its Prime Series has been getting nothing but praise from all reviewers. This pushed the company to answer a different market trend with its new Prime Ultra series, where users need a high-end and high-efficiency, but mid-range-power PSUs.

Google announces HTC cooperation agreement
Published in Mobiles


Some employees and rights pick up

After many quarters of financial decay and many rumors, Google has announced that it plans to acquire HTC employees and some of the IP licensing rights.  

AMD moving to GloFo's 12nm LP process in 2018.
Published in Processors


Papermaster makes it official

AMD’s CTO Mark Papermaster announced that the company will be moving “graphics and client products” from the Global Foundries14nm LP FinFET process  to the new 12nm LP process in 2018.

Expect more delays on the iPhone X
Published in Mobiles


Analyst warns that it will not be out until next year

The iPhone X, which is already late, probably will not see the light of day until next year, according to a leading financial services company .

TSMC will make most of Qualcomm's power management ICs
Published in Processors


Goodbye Globalfoundaries 

TSMC is to make 70 to 80 percent of Qualcomm's new-generation power management ICs (PWM IC).

iPhone OS makes it harder to switch off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
Published in Mobiles


Your battery and security is toast

The genius programmers at Apple have hit on yet another way of making their iPhone harder to use.

Gates apologises for crtl-alt-delete
Published in News


It should have been a single key operation


At the Bloomberg Global Business Forum, Carlyle Group co-founder and CEO David Rubenstein asked Microsoft founder Bill Gates to account for one of the most baffling questions of the digital era: Why does it take three fingers to lock or log in to a PC?

China upgrades its supercomputers
Published in Processors


ARMs up its Tianhe-1A CPU-GPU hybrid 

The National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) has, boosted the Tianhe-1A CPU-GPU hybrid that was deployed in 2010 with some nice new ARM processors and possibly some Matrix2000 DSP accelerators.