Qualcomm teams up with Microsoft
Published in Motherboards


DragonBoard 410c development kit in the works

Qualcomm has teamed up with Microsoft's Windows 10 to create a DragonBoard 410c development kit.

TSMC faces weak smartphone chip demand
Published in Processors


Blame the almighty dollar

The share value of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing is falling faster than a team of free fall parachuting elephants who have forgotten to pack the key ingredient of their act.

Imagination -- there's no heaven
Published in Processors


Sales muted

Smartphone chip designer Imagination Technologies has blamed "muted" sales, and poor timing of orders as the reason it would fall short of growth predictions for the year.

GameStop sales dry up
Published in News


No one wants a new console

GameStop sales are drying up as gamers lose interest in the latest generation of consoles.

Sony set to upgrade PS4 GPU
Published in Graphics


Calls for more experts

The maker of the PS4, Sony appears to be wanting to update its devkits and is looking for an experienced programmer to work on GPU Profiling and Debugging tools used by PlayStation 4 developers worldwide.

Router malware injects porn into webpages
Published in Network


That is our excuse and we are sticking to it

If your boss gets upset with you for watching porn at work you should immediately blame his routers.

Intel could challenge Nvidia on GPUs
Published in News


Set my people Phi

Intel has released details of its next -generation Xeon Phi processor and it is starting to look like Chipzilla is gunning for a chunk of Nvidia's GPU market.

Apple buys and closes open source Database outfit
Published in News


A clash of two religions

Apple has shut down an open-source database outfit called FoundationDB after quietly buying up the outfit and not mentioning it.

Surface 3 will be armless
Published in Notebooks


Surface 3 is back to Wintel

Microsoft is working on a Surface 3 and is apparently determined that it will not be stuffed up by RT.

How Apple created a climate of fear among developers
Published in News


Retraction always follows criticism

A top development blog has revealed that there is a climate of fear among the developer community about criticising the fruity cargo cult Apple's slumping software standards.