Tame Apple Press called out on Android motoring story
Published in Mobiles

Who lets the truth get in the way of an Apple Advert?

The Tame Apple press ran a story claiming that its favourite toymaker had been chosen by Porsche to run its systems because Android Auto was phoning home too much data.

IBM puts Nvidia GPU in flagship servers
Published in Processors

Teaming up with Big Blue Power

Big Blue has launched a line of Power processor-based, Linux-tuned machines which are helped out by Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs.

AMD flogs Intel friendly DDR4 memory
Published in News

They don't work on AMD platforms of course

AMD has started selling Radeon DDR4 memory modules which only work on Intel Z170 chipsets and derivatives.

Microsoft buys Havoc from Intel
Published in Games

Game expansion coming

Software giant Microsoft has bought Intel's video game engine company Havoc as what is being seen as a development of its games empire.

Tsar Putin orders Google to ditch Android business model
Published in News

Or face a huge fine

Tsar Putin has decided that Google is going to have to ditch its current Android business model if it wants to continue to work in Mother Russia.

Huawei likely to hit smartphone sales target
Published in Mobiles

And they said 100 million couldn't be done

While the rest of the smartphone industry is in the doledrums, Chinese phone maker Huawei is likely to hit is ambitious 100 million sales target.

Samsung is back to black
Published in News

But investors are unlikely to cheer

Samsung is expected to announce its first annual increase in quarterly profit in two years following a dismal third quarter in 2014, but word on the street is that things are not going well.

Chinese Malware can hit any iPhone
Published in News

Vaults over the Jobs' Great Wall 

iOS malware capable of attacking both non-jailbroken and jailbroken iPhones has surfaced making Jobs' Mob's walled garden defences null and void.

DRAM Prices fell in September
Published in Memory

More doom next year predicted 

Beancounters from DRAM Exchange have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that sales of DRAM for notebooks and PCs suffered a downturn in September.

Cannonlake moves Intel from quad-core
Published in Processors

Intel engineer spills the beans

Intel's next-generation Cannonlake consumer-targeted processors could be the chip to leap from quad-core designs for the great unwashed.