LG puts AI into Airconditioning
Published in News


But there is already an AI in air-conditioning Toto

LG has jacked some AI under the bonnet of its ‘Whisen Dual Air Conditioner’ and says its cunning plan is to apply AI to its other household appliances.

Samsung and LG working on folding phones
Published in Mobiles


Xiaomi too, late 2017 if not later

We are facing two major trends in 2017 and 2018. One is having phones with really small bezels and the second is a way toward folding phones. The latter is expected in late 2017 at the earliest, but all major companies have filed patents covering folding phones. 

LG G6 expected at MWC 17
Published in Mobiles


Invitations sent for February 26

LG didn’t have much success with its rather interesting modular LG G5 phone, but the company is ready to replace that one with a new and updated LG G6. 

Xiaomi Mi 6 could launch in three versions
Published in Mobiles


Two Snapdragon 835, one Helio X30

Xiaomi Mi 6 is one of the most anticipated phones to come from China and recent information indicates that there might be three versions of the phone, two with Snapdragon 835 and one with MediaTek Helio X30. 

Sony Xperia XA comes with Helio P20
Published in Mobiles


Promising chipset at MWC

Sony has sent out the invites for the press conference at the Mobile World Congress and it is expected to launch a new version of Xperia X and Xperia XA. The Sony G3221 phone, which we expect to launch as the Xperia XA, features 16nm Helio P20. 

Windows 10 Redstone 2 out in April
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Microsoft partners seem to be leaking the date


It is looking fairly certain that Windows 10’s second major update will be released in April.

China's planned Exascale computer stretches the English language
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You can't really call it a super-super computer


China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, which has left the press searching for a word for what it is building.

Microsoft makes Windows 10 privacy changes
Published in News


Changes please the regulators but not everyone

While regulators are happy with Windows 10’s privacy changes, users might be miffed that Vole has not given a complete opt-out feature.

Toshiba mulls spinning off its semi-conductor business
Published in Processors


Anyone want to pay for a load of old Tosh?

The Japanese tech giant renowned for its creative accounting is thinking of spinning off its semiconductor business and selling a partial stake in the unit to Western Digital.

5G will be a worldwide game changer
Published in Mobiles


Qualcomm issues a report on the coming mobile technology


The maker of chips, Qualcomm, has issued a new report which identifies 5G as a significant technology worldwide game changer.