Nintendo’s results weaker than expected
Published in Games

But 3DS sells well

Nintendo has reported a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the July-September quarter but there are signs that things are picking up.

Amazon Fire TV 2015 is a huge win for MediaTek
Published in Mobiles

World's first Cortex 72 shipping in millions

Qualcomm made quite a big deal last year about winning the Amazon's Fire TV with its Snapdragon 600 processor. We have to admit that this was quite a sweet deal with great processing power and a lot of streaming capabilities selling for very acceptable $99. 

Apple TV is out $149 with no 4K support
Published in Wearables

Speaks Siri, has touch remote 

Apple seems to think that it is all about apps when it comes to the TV, but sorry it is and it will always be about content. 

Android game console Ouya dead
Published in News

This is an ex-Parrot

Following Razer's takeover of the company, the open-source console Ouya is officially dead. 

Nvidia adds more games to Shield gaming library
Published in Games

Half-Life 2: Episode Two and ten more games

Nvidia has added a couple of more games to its Shield Hub app store, including Half-Life 2: Episode 2 game.

Microsoft interested in buying AMD
Published in Processors

End of the Wintel alliance

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that the much loved software giant Microsoft wants to by the fabless chipmaker AMD.

Apple TV service delay
Published in News

Jobs Mob can't get broadcasters

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempt to enter the set-top market is fast going the way of Intel's failed attempt.

Asus ROG GR6 details leaked
Published in Games

Internal changes

While Asus released its ROG GR8 gaming console only last year, it seems keen to get another one itn the shops.

GameStop sales dry up
Published in News

No one wants a new console

GameStop sales are drying up as gamers lose interest in the latest generation of consoles.

Nvidia unveils the new US $199 Shield console
Published in News

GDC 2015: 4K TV, gaming and streaming device coming in May

During its Made to Game event at Game Developers Conference 2015 in San Francisco, Nvidia unveiled the newest member of the Shield family, a set-top box running Android TV, simply called Shield.