Samsung shows off Vulkan improvements
Published in Graphics


A need of the many

Samsung has been showing off its Vulkan API improvements for its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.

Nvidia has no 16nm yield issues
Published in Graphics


Industry sources confirm supply rumours are a myth

The dark satanic rumour mill is flat out claiming that TSMC is getting the blame for a shortage of GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 supply issues. However Fudzilla's own sources have been on the blower to say that is untrue, the lack of availability are generated by exceptionally great sales. 

Sony will sell six million PlayStation VR this year
Published in Games


Analysts consult their tarot cards

Diviners and shamans working at the Taipei-based Topology Research Institute have been rattling their bones and consulting their tarot cards and reached the conclusion that Sony will sell six million  PlayStation VR (PS VR) headsets in 2016.

Google thinks about a Chromebook Pro
Published in Notebooks


What would one of them look like?

Search engine outfit has been looking at Microsoft’s Surface Pro and its clone the Apple Pro and thought “I’ll be ‘aving some of that.”

Begun the AMD Nvidia wars have
Published in News


Kicking off early

AMD and Nvidia fanboys are expected to battle each other to death on Fudzilla’s comments section as AMD readies to launch its new Polaris-based Radeon RX 480 graphics card.

Qualcomm not worried about losing the Apple modem deal
Published in Mobiles

 

Keen to talk about its 100 other design wins

While the Tame Apple Press has made a big thing about Intel’s winning of a slice of the iPhone modem production, Qualcomm is keen to talk about all the other orders it has won this year.

German’s beating the US on the Internet of Things
Published in Wearables


US leadership not assured

It appears that when it comes to the Internet of Things, the US is not the key innovator and that the Germans are where all the innovation is.

Oculus realises DRM is insane
Published in Wearables


Backtracks

Virtual reality pioneer Oculus has woken up to the fact that installing DRM on its headsets is about as crazy as having making punters wait for months for their pre-orders to be delivered.

Intel plans flogging off security business
Published in News


Five years after buying it


Chipzilla has run out of ideas about what it is going to do with it its security business and is apparently planning to flog it off.

Smartphone shipments expected to fall further
Published in Mobiles


Samsung and Huawei lower their expectations

Samsung Electronics and Huawei are lowing their shipment targets for the third quarter due to slacking demand for high-end smartphones globally.