Apple tech might accidently stop people filming US cops killing
Published in News


Side effect of the concert censorship technology

The other day we ran a yarn about how Apple was going to install technology which would make it impossible for iPhone users to film concerts.

Nvidia shows off new rendering tech
Published in Graphics


Baked into Pascal

Nvidia has been showing off its new rendering technology which it has backed into the latest series of ‘Pascal’ GPUs.

Oracle denies it is killing off Java EE
Published in News


Pledges its commitment

Oracle has been on the blower after we ran a story saying it as losing interest in its Java. EE and might be pulling the plug on the open saucy operating system because it was not making the outfit enough cash.

Microsoft plans DirectX 12 improvements
Published in News


Wants to simplify Multi-GPU support

Software king of the world Microsoft has a cunning plan to improve Multi-GPU support in DirectX 12.

Apple finally gives up on 16 GB iPhone  storage
Published in Mobiles


End of a marketing ploy

Fruity cargo cult Apple has finally given up on a pretty dumb marketing ploy which made its phones look a little cheaper.

Tesla autopilot ready this year
Published in News


Autopilot 2.0 might not kill you

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Tesla Motors’s Autopilot 2.0 is coming soon.

German churches installing wi-fi
Published in Mobiles


Fighting for declining members

German protestant churches, which are losing members faster than Blackberry is losing market share, are turning to wi-fi to help them out.

Samsung releases UFS memory card line
Published in Memory


256GB and speeds up to 530MB/s

Samsung has announced the introduction of the first Universal Flash Storage (UFS) memory card line-up, which it claims has capacities of up to 256GB and speeds up to 530MB/s.

Samsung beats Wall Street estimates
Published in News


It is actually selling smartphones

While its rivals, like Apple, are suffering, Samsung is doing rather well – in fact much better than the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street have predicted.

The world’s first Xeon Processor D Module released
Published in Processors


16 cores to play with

Advantech has released of its new COM Express Basic Module which is designed around the Intel Xeon Processor D-1500 family.