TMSC eying Apple for 16nm chips
Published in Mobiles


Apple A9 or A10 we wonder

It looks like 2015 iPhones will be getting 14nm SoC chips manufactured by Samsung and GlobalFoundries.

Android 5.0 hits 1.6 percent market share
Published in Mobiles


Slow start, KitKat at 39.7 percent

It has been exactly three months since Google released the official version of Android 5.0 to the general public.

Samsung Galaxy 6 comes on March 1
Published in Mobiles


A day before MWC 2015

HTC has sent invitations to its pre MWC 2015 event and it is expected that HTC will release at least one, maybe two flagship phones.  If we are lucky the company will tell us how 2015's phones will look like after its refresh. 

Seagate Archive HDD v2 8TB ships soon
Published in Memory


Seagate's Biggest desktop drive 

Back in December Seagate announced what it dubbed the biggest desktop hard drive to date.  The Seagate Archive HDD v2 8TB is bigger than the competition and it doesn’t cost arm or leg.

 

BenQ asks $580.99 for 24 inch monitor
Published in Graphics


Reality check needed

BenQ  is having problems with reality. We were happy to see yet another G-Sync capable monitor shipping but we were shocked by the price of it. 

Skylake chipset supports three M.2 / PCIe SSDs
Published in Motherboards


Coming this year

For those who came in late, Intel has a Tick - Tock strategy happening for the last few years, although lately there has been more tocking than ticking.

Super Bowl 2015 movie trailers all 1080p
Published in News


Hollywood, ever hear of 2160p, 4K?

Last night was marked by one of the biggest sports events in the world and for people outside the US that probably weren't even aware that it's going on, it is called Super Bowl 2015. 

MediaTek scores HTC Desire A55 design win
Published in Mobiles


5.5-inch phone with a nice spec

All eyes are on HTC's event scheduled for March 1, just a day before the kick of Mobile World Congeries 2015. 

Windows 10 gets Cortana, new Start menu
Published in News


New Preview Release 9926 tested

After Windows 8's lack of success and Windows 8.1 being a bandaid on a slit throat, Microsoft seems to have come back with something rather good for Windows 10.. 

Intel Wireless Dock in action
Published in Notebooks


Small box makes work easier

Part of the Intel's 5th generation Core vPro announcement was its Intel Wireless Docking technology.