Oculus launches asynchronous spacewarp
Published in Wearables


Rift running on cheaper PC


Oculus has released new technology which will allow you to run the Rift VR headset on much lower-specced hardware.

How to take control of a city’s light
Published in News


Use one IoT to infect another

Insecurity experts have demonstrated a system which could be used to infect every intelligent lightbulb in a city with malware.

Nintendo will flush Wii U soon
Published in Games


Japan first to go

Nintendo is flushing sales in Japan of its Wii U home console “soon”,   and similar announcements are expected in other regions.

Russians admit secret communications with Trump team
Published in News


Protecting our investment

Senior Russian officials have admitted being in secret communication with Donald Trump and providing him with instructions during the US election.

92 percent of workloads will be on the cloud
Published in News


Cisco predicts it will be off our desktops by 2020

Networking giant Cisco’s latest Global Cloud Index suggests that more than 92 percent of computer processing will be done in cloud centres by 2020.

Nvidia delivers stonking results
Published in Graphics


Nothing Zen about this

As we predicted, the GPU maker named after a Roman vengence daemon, Nvidia, has produced a really good set of results with a record revenue of $2 billion, up 54 percent from a year ago.

Nvidia will clean up in its next results
Published in Graphics


Expect big numbers

The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia, is set to announce a rather positive set of results today.

Tech companies spent a fortune on Clinton
Published in News


When the future’s orange

If you wonder why technology companies are fuming at the election result, it is probably because they spend a small fortune trying to get Hillary Clinton elected.

Apple fans told to wait for new iMac
Published in News



Intel’s fault


Fruity cargo-cult Apple has put the brakes on the next instalment for the iMac PC line-up because it wants to install Intel’s new Kaby Lake.

Italian boffins create learning computer
Published in News


Teach it to make proper pizza

Italian boffins are working on a new robot which will develop and learn like a new-born child.