Valve develops its own Intel graphics driver for Linux
Published in Graphics


It will be open sourced

Valve has developed its own Intel Vulkan GPU graphics driver for Linux that they intend to open-source.

Fraudsters love Apple Pay
Published in News


Security, they have heard of it

Apple's over hyped mobile payment system Apple Pay has been hit by a wave of fraudulent transactions using stolen credit-card data.

Cambridge Consultants ready Digital radio
Published in News


Does not need analogue

Boffins working for Cambridge Consultants have successfully completed trials of the world’s first fully digital radio transmitter.

Java is installing Adware
Published in News


Don't Ask Don't Tell

Rich Trouton, a Mac systems administrator who runs the Der Flounder blog has discovered that a Java installer is installing adware, in the form of the Ask Toolbar.

Huawei will get the next Nexus deal
Published in Mobiles


Google finally turns to Chinese vendor

Google is going to rope in a new supplier for its next Nexus. According Kevin Yang, director of China research at iSuppli, Google is set to tap Huawei to make its next Nexus. 

Skylake headed for second half of year
Published in Processors


Intel confirms

Intel has confirmed that it will release Core M processors this year based on its new Skylake chip design. 

Apple delays large tablets
Published in Notebooks


If it ever intended to release any

Fruity cargo cult Apple which was rumoured to be releasing a big tablet is now rumoured to be delaying it, according to the latest rumours. 

Samsung's processing leap was corporate espionage
Published in Processors


CommonWealth claims

A magazine claims that Samsung’s leapfrog over TSMC to become the 14nm provider of choice is as a direct result of corporate spying. 

Self driving cars could save the age
Published in News


Boost the economy

Self-driving cars could be the sort of thing that pushes the US economy out of its rut. according to a new study by McKinsey & Company. 

German outfit signs up for non-existent Apple car
Published in News


Hype now officially silly

The hype around Apple's nonexistent driverless car has reached a point where a German company has even offered to help Jobs' Mob build it.