Galaxy Note 7 explodes
Published in Mobiles


Tame Apple Press celebrates

There is nothing the Tame Apple Press loves more than when one of their favourite company’s rivals products catch fire. In this case a bloke in China’s Galaxy Note 7, caught fire and exploded and the way the story has been reported you would think there was something wrong with the product.

Nvidia’s Division drivers could cook your rig
Published in Graphics


New drivers are a cow

Reports are coming in that Nvidia’s Division graphics drivers are so buggy that they have been known to catch GPUs on fire.

Amazon brings back encryption on Fire
Published in Notebooks


All part of Apple's PR wars 

After firing encryption from its Fire Tablets, the online bookseller, Amazon has bought it back after customers complained.

Foxconn primary iPhone manufacturing plant goes up in flames
Published in News


Fire is contained for now

Last night at Foxconn’s main manufacturing plant in Zhengzhou, east-central China, a large fire broke out spanning several floors of the building and prompting an emergency evacuation procedure.

Qualcomm denies Snapdragon 820 breathes fire
Published in Processors


Executives firefight a hot-topic

Four Qualcomm VPs and execs absolutely denied that its new Snapdragon 820 was suffering from any thermal issues.

Amazon's US $49.99 Fire tablet launched
Published in Notebooks


7-inch tablet with quad-core 1.3GHz SoC

In addition to the two new Fire HD tablets, Amazon has unveiled its newest budget tablet, the 7-inch Amazon Fire.

Qualcomm wants Snapdragons in drones
Published in Processors


Firebreathing flying snapdragons

Chipmaker Qualcomm has created a board designed for consumer drones and robotics applications.

Snapdragon 820 chipset does not have heat problem
Published in Processors


Its mother had it tested

A research director at IHS Technology has found the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset does not have the same heating problems as the 810.

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Factory fire at assembly plant means nothing

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