PS4 wide open to software pirates
Published in Games


Brazilian exploit

Hackers from Brazil have managed to discover a new exploit for the PS4 which enables them to bypass the DRM on any software and games.

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DRAM market picking up
Published in News


Inotera readies the champers

DRAM market conditions will be better in the third quarter of 2015, recovering from the bad first half of the year, according to Inotera.

AMD official releases Carrizo-L details
Published in News


Low power

AMD officially unveiled the Carrizo-L product SKUs and clock speeds and ended months of speculation on what the company's 2015 low-power products might look like.

Wistron reports huge notebook shipments
Published in News


Company flat out

Hardware maker Wistron has announced it shipped 1.4 million notebooks, 900,000 smart handheld devices, 600,000 LCD monitors, 1.1 million desktops, 500,000 LCD TVs and 160,000 servers in April 2015.

Intel mulls return to supercomputers
Published in News


Chipzilla comes a full circle

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that suggests that Chipzilla bigwigs want to get back into supercomputing.

 

Apple fanboys cheating in exams
Published in Wearables


Too dim to study

Apple gear is being seized by Universities fed up with Apple fanboys trying to use the shiny toys to cheat in exams.

ARM brings in new mbed standard
Published in Wearables


Internet of things boost

ARM has bought in a new assurance standard to work with embedded devices.

The ARM mbed Enabled program aims to increase the deployment rate of Internet of Things (IoT) products and supporting technologies by giving partners the ability to label them as interoperable mbed-based devices.

Intel pressured into signing Holy Land Principles
Published in News


Will have to be nice to staff

Chipzilla, which happens to be Israel's largest employer and the recipient of shedloads of government cash, has been pressed to start treating its staff under the Holy Land Principles.

GPU could be the next hacker target
Published in Graphics


Rootkits for everyone

A team of anonymous developers who created a Linux rootkit that runs on GPUs has come up with a proof-of-concept malware does the same on Windows and say a Mac OS X is nearly ready.

Toshiba's accounts were a load of old Tosh
Published in News


Shares fall as the investigators are called in

Toshiba second probe into its own accounting in two years wiped close to $2.5 billion off the Japanese industrial giant's market value.