Lumia 650 will be out in Feburary
It looks like Microsoft’s Lumia 650 will be in the shops in February with a rather low key launch which befits a brand set to be replaced by the Surface.
Looks like battery life will be low
Microsoft's augmented reality headset, HoloLens will have about five and a half hours of battery life, according to a company expert.
Windows 7, 8, 8.1 updates for Skylake systems to end on July 17, 2017
In a rather authoritarian, sweeping effort to increase its worldwide Windows 10 install base, Microsoft has announced it will end support for operating systems older than Windows 10 on newer chipset platforms, including Intel’s Skylake, in a year and a half from now, and that Windows 10 will be the only supported Windows OS on new chipset platforms going forward in 2016.
PS4 and Xbox One sold well over Christmas
AMD is expecting to see its bottom line boosted by good Xbox and PS4 sales over the recent holiday season. Both contain AMD's CPUs and GPUs.
Partners up with Samsung
Software giant Microsoft has scored a big win on the "Internet of Things" front by signing a deal with Samsung.
Even worse than Flash
Fruity cargo cult Apple is actually peddling software which is even less secure than Adobe Flash Player, according to new statistics.
Upgrade or Yog-Sothoth will eat your soul
Software giant Microsoft is getting so desperate to have its users upgrade to Windows 10 it has started spreading FUD about its own Windows 7 operating system.
Thanks to “Free Upgrade” offer, upgrade aggressiveness
The folks over at Neowin have recently reported that Microsoft’s latest operating system is quickly approaching a large installation base worldwide and should eventually overtake Windows 8.1 as the world’s second most dominant operating system (behind Windows 7) sometime later this year.
AMD's GPU based prototype?
AMD's 2016 architecture will end up carrying the rather cool name of Polaris and the Radeon 4000 series might make its first appearance in an updated Xbox One.
Two years in prison
The UK government is threatening to jail leaders of tech companies who warn their customers that they have been victims of government spying.