Intel unveils DC P4501 SSD series
Published in Memory


Datacenter-oriented NVMe SSDs

Intel has introduced its new datacenter-oriented P4501 SSD series based on its second-generation NVMe controller, 3D TLC NAND and either M.2 or 2.5-inch U.2 form-factors.

MSI working on GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z
Published in Graphics


Custom PCB and next-gen Tri-Frozr cooler

MSI is preparing a new flagship graphics card that will not only be a part of its Z lineup but also a part of the flagship Lightning series, the GTX 1080 Ti Lightning Z.

ZTE Nubia Z17 sold out in under a minute
Published in Mobiles


All three versions

According to a report, the first batch of 10,000 ZTE Nubia Z17 units sold out in just 51 seconds at a Chinese online store.

Korea replaces Taiwan as leading chip nation
Published in Processors


Second only to Scotland where chips are very important 

Taiwan is no longer the world's top manufacturer of computer chips and has lost its crown to South Korea.

AMD releases Polaris based Radeon Pro 500
Published in Graphics


Workstation graphics 

AMD has announced a new family of workstation-targeted graphics processors based around its Polaris set up.

BlackBerry pipped in car market
Published in News


Only days after thinking it was going to save its bacon


Only a few days after BlackBerry announced that getting into the motoring business was helping it climb back from the dead, it has had to downplay news that Toyota would adopt rival software for its future vehicle consoles.

Apple announces workstation-class iMac Pro
Published in News


27-incher with Intel 18-core Xeon and Radeon Pro Vega

During its WWDC 2017 keynote, Apple unveiled what it claims is its most powerful computer ever, the new iMac Pro.

HTC hopes to wow Apple fanboys with VR
Published in Wearables


Well they do have more money than sense


HTC has said its virtual reality (VR) headset will be compatible with Apple's High Sierra operating system (OS), which is scheduled for release later this year.

Classified NSA report shows Russian hacking US election
Published in News


Hit voting software maker


Russian spooks hacked at least one US voting software supplier and sent spear-phishing emails to more than 100 local election officials just days before last November’s presidential election.

Apple users too stupid for latest features
Published in News


Tame Apple Press calls for change


Apple users are revolting over the fruity cargo cult’s latest moves to beef up its overpriced shiny toys with lots of cheap functions.