AMD partners release their Radeon 300 cards
Published in Graphics


Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.

AMD's partners have released their cards based on its Radeon 300 Series of graphics cards.

Sony claims that PlayStation Vita is not dead
Published in Mobiles


It is just resting

Sony is denying that its PlayStation Vita is dead in the water, despite ignoring it during its E3 2015 presentation.

Intel slashes five percent of staff
Published in News


Things not going that well after all

Chipzilla might be the world leader for chips and squeezing the lift from AMD at the moment, but for some reason it decided to slash five percent of its workforce.

Intrinsyc taps Qualcomm's 64-bit, Snapdragon
Published in Processors


Wearable Snapdragons 

Intrinsyc has expanded its range of Qualcomm Snapdragon-based Open-Q computer-on-modules by opening the 64-bit functions of the Snapdragon 410.

Toshiba shows off Satellite C laptops
Published in Notebooks


All ready for Windows 10

Toshiba is making sure that Windows 10 does not appear with the normal load of old Tosh. It has announced a couple of new Windows 10 laptops.

Indians come up with the slimmest Smartphone
Published in Mobiles


5.1mm thick

Indian manufacturer Micromax has released a smartphone which it claims is the world's thinnest.

Intel Skylake to debut in August
Published in Processors


Germany's Gamescom provides the platform

Chipzilla 14nm Skylake processors and 100-series chipsets for desktops are expected to be unveiled in early August at Gamescom in Germany.

Samsung appears to copy Apple's security ability
Published in News


Has a scary bug

More than 600 million Samsung phones may be vulnerable to attacks that allow hackers to surreptitiously monitor the camera and microphone, read incoming and outgoing text messages, and install malicious apps.

Pot could be the secret for supercapacitors
Published in Processors


Your chips could create cravings for Pringles

With the US growing hemp again after banning as part of the war on drugs, US boffins are using medical marijuana to provide a rival for graphene as the next model material of supercapacitors.

Apple pulls Monster's licence
Published in News


How dare you sue us!

Jobs' Mob has shown its petty side after it pulled the licence for Monster Cable to make expensive wires for its expensive toys.