RX 480 graphics cards listed briefly on Amazon.co.uk
Published in Graphics


“temporarily out of stock”

Amazon UK has a pair of XFX RX 480 Radeon graphics cards for sale but listed them as "temporarily out of stock" before taking the advert down. They didn't even give us time to get a screen shot.

Apple patents tech to stop iphone users videoing concerts
Published in Mobiles


Acting in its users’ interests.

Fruity cargo cult Apple has come up with a method to switch off all the iPhones at a concert to stop Apple fanboys recording live acts.

Nintendo’s VR delayed by a cunning plan
Published in Wearables


We really have to do something about fatigue

Nintendo is keeping fairly quiet about its VR plans, although a system is clearly on the drawing board.

Hit shooter Overwatch blows away competition
Published in Games


 Digitial market growing like topsy

Latest figures show that the Overwatch earning $269 million in digital revenues across both PC and console, pushing the PC category up 8 per cent.

Samsung Display continues to dominate AMOLED
Published in News


Will run things for years

Beancounters at Digitimes Research claim that Samsung Display will continue to be the king of AMOLED panels for smartphones for years.

Florida man claims to have invented the iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Even down to its rounded rectangle shape

Florida resident Thomas Ross claims he invented the “iPhone” and has filed a $10 billion lawsuit against Apple claiming it nicked his idea.

Queue-jumping Oneplus has a British face-palm
Published in Mobiles


What do you mean you expect supply and demand?

Great things were expected when OnePlus 3 announced that it was finally doing away with invitations and abandoning its queuing system. But it turns out that it might have been better for the British to queue.

Samsung shows off Vulkan improvements
Published in Graphics


A need of the many

Samsung has been showing off its Vulkan API improvements for its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.

Nvidia has no 16nm yield issues
Published in Graphics


Industry sources confirm supply rumours are a myth

The dark satanic rumour mill is flat out claiming that TSMC is getting the blame for a shortage of GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 supply issues. However Fudzilla's own sources have been on the blower to say that is untrue, the lack of availability are generated by exceptionally great sales. 

Sony will sell six million PlayStation VR this year
Published in Games


Analysts consult their tarot cards

Diviners and shamans working at the Taipei-based Topology Research Institute have been rattling their bones and consulting their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that Sony will sell six million  PlayStation VR (PS VR) headsets in 2016.