Oculus Rift delayed
Published in Wearables
27 April 2015

Oculus Rift delayed


Not ready this year

It is starting to look like Oculus Rift peripheral will not be in the shops as promised this year.

Qualcomm helps the Chinese
Published in News


Helping to sell gear to West

US chipmaker Qualcomm is trying to establish ties with Chinese smartphone makers to help them launch their products abroad.

Samsung upgrades Galaxy Alpha to Lollypop
Published in Mobiles


Starts in Korea

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha update to Android Lollipop has begun in South Korea.

Intel helps partners launch 'SoFIA'-based tablets
Published in News


For $79

Intel is going to help its partners release cheaper tablets.

High amount of Android malware
Published in News


Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report released

Symantec's latest Internet Security Threat Report claims that 17 percent of all Android apps are malware.

Blackberry to close in Sweden
Published in News


Sweden closes Blackberry office 

Blackberry has decided to pull out of Sweden.

Microsoft's DRM plans for 4K
Published in News


Ropes in Intel, AMD, and Nvidia

There are some very dark rumours about what Microsoft is planning for Windows 10 and the 4K television standard and it seems to have roped in Intel, AMD, Nvidia, and Qualcomm.

Iranian cyberwar is a US right wing myth
Published in News


Which is a female moth

Claims that Iran has been conducting a cyberwar against the United States have been greatly exaggerated by US conservatives.

Microsoft brings key feature back for Windows 10
Published in News


The most important one

Microsoft has done a significant u-turn and bought back one of the most popular Windows features for Windows 10.

Acer wants to be the last of the PC companies
Published in Notebooks


Vying for title of dodo of the 21st century

Acer is aiming to be one the of the last surviving PC makers in the world, its boss appropriately told hacks at new World Trade Centre in lower Manhattan.