AI is helping Nvidia and AMD kick Intel
Published in News


Begun the uprising has

The move to AI could be the one catalyst which could help AMD and Nvidia carve up Intel’s mighty kingdom.

Nintendo Switch will be in short supply
Published in Games


You probably were not expecting this

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Nintendo is launching its new Switch console in the US without enough to sell to the great unwashed.

Tsinghua expands IC plants
Published in Memory


Investing $70 billion 

China's Tsinghua Unigroup is set to put the fear of god into the chip industry by rapidly expanding its chipmaking capability.

AMD accidently announces Ryzen launch date
Published in Processors


Temperature's Ryzen for Zen


AMD indicated that the official Ryzen launch date will be sometime before March.

Top staff flee Apple
Published in News
12 January 2017

Top staff flee Apple


Do they know something the Tame Apple Press doesn’t?

Apple is suffering from a brain drain as its top engineering talent jumps ship.

4GB DDR3 module prices increase
Published in Memory


Up by nearly a third

Beancounters at DRAMeXchange have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that contract prices for 4GB DDR3 modules have risen by nearly a third.

HTC releases phone with three-year-old chip
Published in Mobiles


Cutting edge it isn’t

HTC has released its Desire 650 which has nearly identical specs to the Desire 630 that it announced in February 2016 and has a three-year-old same Snapdragon 400 chipset.

Notebooks set to return as tablets die
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So much for game changing

Notebooks, which had been written off by the Tame Apple Press after Steve Jobs showed off his tablets, are now back.

Foxconn profits took a dive in December
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Nothing to do with the iPhone 7

Apple’s number one partner Foxconn saw its profits take a dive in December coincidently at the same time as Jobs' Mob is rumoured to have slashed production on its iPhone 7 because no one wants it.

Blue Screen of death turns green
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Gangrene sets in


Software king of the world, Microsoft has decided that it is time to retire its blue screen of death – at least for some users.