Android Wear now works with iPhones
Published in Wearables


Liberate yourself from the iWatch

Apple users who have realized that owning an iWatch is a liability are being given the chance to upgrade to more sensible technology.

Gigabyte rolls out premium SFF gaming PC motherboard
Published in Motherboards


Z170N-Gaming 5 gets G1 status

Gigabyte has rolled out its premium SFF gaming PC motherboard that supports 6th generation Core processors, the Z170N-Gaming 5.

HyperX expands Fury and Impact line-up
Published in Memory


Automatic overclocking out of the box

HyperX has expanded its FURY and Impact DRAM lineup which offers automatic overclocking right out of the box.

Apple's security turned over again
Published in News


Chinese hackers make short work of it

The fruity cargo cult Apple's faith-based security is being turned over by atheistic Chinese hackers.

Apple censors charity concert for a quick buck
Published in News


PR...  Apple has heard of it

Fruity cargo cult Apple slumped to a new low over the weekend after it appears to have threatened a law suit if the popular beat combo artist Drake was heard on a rival music streaming service rapping at a charity gig.

Chinese manufactures jack up prices
Published in Motherboards


Blame China syndrome

Prices of IT is starting to rise in China response to the stock market crash and currency flunctuations

Acer wants to be bought out
Published in News


Invites people to kick its tires

Acer's founder Stan Shih said he would welcome companies to come and take the troubled PC maker off his hands.

AMD's open source Fury disappointing
Published in Graphics


At least for now

AMD's open source drivers for its Fury platform have proved rather disappointing.

Open Source GPU now out
Published in Graphics


Hoping that MIAOW is not a catastrophe

An open saucy general-purpose graphics processor (GPGPU) has been unveiled at the Hot Chips event.

Eugene Kaspersky threatened to "rub out rival"
Published in News


He will sleep with the fishes

The language of the anti-virus industry has always been a little colourful, but Eugene Kaspersky went a little over the top with his godfather impersonation.