Seagate announces 2TB on 7mm thick HDD
Published in Notebooks


Ye cannae change the laws of physics

Every week we here of a new hard-drive technology which appears to bend the laws of physics by stuffing more into less.

New ZenFone gets more storage
Published in Mobiles


256GB of storage to go

 Asus ZenFone 2 is to get four times more storage than the current model.

Microsoft plans big hardware launch
Published in Notebooks


Windows 10 Smartphones and tablets

Software king of the world, Microsoft is planning to hold a huge hardware launch in October.

iPhone sales dropping in US
Published in Mobiles


Beginning of the end

Apple's vice like grip in the US smartphone market is falling off as sales of the overpriced gadgets slump.

Acer rumoured to release Windows 10 phones
Published in Mobiles


Four in the works

Acer will be unveiling four new gizmos at IFA 2015, all powered by Microsoft's Windows 10 mobile.

Samsung shows off mobile charging monitor
Published in Graphics


Qi charging standard

Samsung released what it calls the first monitor which will charge your mobile while you are using it.

Mobile Skylake has many improvements
Published in Notebooks


30 percent longer battery with faster graphics

Skylake is just around the corner. Intel will reveal the processor in August but  details are starting to leak already.

Microsoft still loves mobile
Published in Mobiles


Nadella denies pulling back

Microsoft is still going to press ahead with mobile despite cutting 7,800 jobs from the Nokia and hardware division, and an 80 per cent write off on the £4.6 billion Nokia deal.

Intel needs to stop taking the tablets
Published in Processors


No one believes in homeopathic mobile remedies  

Analysts are hinting that Intel is not going to do well out of mobile chips and should probably give up trying.

Global Roaming charges banned
Published in Mobiles


By mid-2017

The Latvian presidency of the EU has reached a provisional deal with the European Parliament on new rules to end mobile phone roaming fees by mid-2017