Apple admits it stuffed up the MacBook Pro
Published in Notebooks


Will release a proper one later in the year

The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple usually requires an order from the Supreme Court to admit that it has done anything wrong, but apparently has realised it stuffed up the MacBook Pro.

AI is helping Nvidia and AMD kick Intel
Published in News


Begun the uprising has

The move to AI could be the one catalyst which could help AMD and Nvidia carve up Intel’s mighty kingdom.

Intel is covering up Qualcomm’s success
Published in Processors


Literally uses a curtain

Last week at CES 2017 we noticed that Intel felt so unsecure about itself that it used a big curtain to hide the Qualcomm logo from the booth next door. This really happened and we were lucky to document it. 

Netgear gives users 130TB of storage
Published in News


A lot of VR content to be stored

Netgear is equipping users for next generation storage demands.  Faster than ever before, and providing users with the with five levels of unrivaled data protection, 10 Gigabit copper Ethernet (10GbE) network interface on selected models, and expandable storage capacity.

Origin makes Kaby Lake worthwhile
Published in Processors


Professional overclocking to 5GHz


While we have said that Intel’s new Kaby Lakes are a bit of a snooze, a high-end custom PC builder has taken advantage of the one thing it is good at – overclocking.

We get our hands on the Intel Compute Card
Published in News


Intel's thinnest solution to date

Never leave home without this card.

G.Skill announces new DDR4 memory for Intel Z270
Published in Memory


Brings tighter latencies

G.Skill has announced its new DDR4 memory specifications designed for Intel's new 7th generation Core processors and Z270 motherboards, which will be a part of its well-known Trident Z series.

Intel releases vPro Kaby Lakes
Published in News


Bit of a snooze if it were not for the security


Chipzilla has released vPro which gives some seventh generation love to the rest of its chip range.

Nvidia steps into Intel’s and Microsoft’s shoes
Published in News


Beginning of a new error


Today will be a big day at CES but instead of the traditional keynote speaker from Intel or Microsoft, the event is going to be kicked off by the understated CEO of Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.

Intel NUC gets new processors
Published in Notebooks


But its connections are more useful


Chipzilla’s "Next Unit of Computing" (NUC) hardware has been one of the few bright spots of the PC industry, and now it seems that Intel wants to give them a refresh.