PS4 unlocks the Seventh Core
Published in Processors

Pour out the vials of the wrath of God upon the earth.

Microsoft's move to open the seventh core on its X-Box has apparently been followed by Sony on its Playstation 4.

Nintendo NX has a 60 per cent chance
Published in Games

Now it has lost its toilet naming obsession

An analyst has given Nintendo’s new NX gaming console a 60 per cent chance of success.

Microsoft pulls Windows 10 update
Published in News

Stuffed up people’s privacy settings

Microsoft stopped downloads for its latest official edition of Windows 10, version 1511, after it meddled with people's privacy settings.

Windows 10 will be the biggest OS ever
Published in News

Maybe Apple will support it

Beancounters at analyst outfit Gartner have decided that Windows 10 will eventually be the most successful of Redmond's creations.

Microsoft has not given up on business phones
Published in Mobiles

CFO says "Lumia" for business is coming

Microsoft surprised the world when its new phone range failed to contain anything to interest business users – now it seems it is prepared to remedy that.

Microsoft develops its own Linux flavour
Published in News

What's next? Apple making a cheap and useful product?'

In a sign that you have just woken up in a parallel universe, it appears that Microsoft has made its own Linux version.

Microsoft pulls Windows 10 support from Galileo
Published in Motherboards

Galileo Galileo Figaro.

Microsoft is pulling the support plug on Windows 10 IoT Core which was a key part of Intel’s low-cost Galileo boards.

Intel might lose Apple contract
Published in Processors

Fanboy thinks x86 is doomed

Intel is about to lose its lucrative contract to supply Apple gear as Jobs’ Mob thinks its own ARM based chips can do better

Apple’s Surface Clone goes on sale
Published in News

iPad Pro arriving later this week

Apple’s version of Microsoft’s Surface PC will be available offering shedloads of technology that fanboys have mocked for years with a reassuringly expensive price tag.

Microsoft will block SHA-1
Published in News

Shutting out the spooks and other criminals

Software Giant Microsoft has joined Mozilla and will consider blocking the SHA-1 hashing algorithm on Windows to keep the US spooks from using it to spy on users computers.