Chipzilla is no longer king
Published in Processors


We now must submit to our new Samsung overlord

After 20 years of being the number chipmaker, Intel is no longer  the top monster.

Apple helps Chinese spy on fanboys
Published in News


What are friends for?

The fruity-cargo cult Apple has aligned itself with the Chinese government against its users.

Flash needs to be open sauce
Published in News


Otherwise a lot of history will disappear

A petition is asking Adobe to release Flash into the hands of the open-source community.

Windows Subsystem for Linux is out of beta
Published in News


Vole goes cross platform

Early adopters on the Windows Insider program will notice that Windows Subsystem for Linux is no longer marked as a beta feature as of Insider build 16251.

Apple surrenders and agrees to pay Nokia
Published in News


Pays $2 billion that it owed.

It appears that all that rubbish that Apple spouted about the former rubber boot maker Nokia was completely untrue and the fruity-cargo cult has written a cheque for $2 billion dollars to provide the Finns with the money they are owed.

BT offers $778 million to sort out rural broadband
Published in News


For 10Mbps target


BT has offered to invest up to 600 million English pounds ($778 million in green backs ) to provide faster broadband services to remote parts of the country.

AMD Vega 64, water cooled and 56 revealed
Published in Graphics


Official specs, pricing but no bench

AMD has shared a few updates on the highly anticipated HBM 2 based Vega architecture and we finally know the official specs.

AMD senior man spills the beans on Threadripper
Published in Processors


Obliterates the Intel HEDT and Core i9

Jim Andreson, a senior vice president and the general manager of computing and graphics at AMD has given us an update on the Thradripper and this 16 core HEDT bomb looks awesome.

Sharp is back to black
Published in News


Thanks to Foxcon cost-cutting

The troubled Japanese tech outift Sharp reported its third consecutive quarter of net profit staying on track to achieve its first annual profit in four years following a cost cutting drive under Foxconn.

Apple kills the iPod
Published in News


Only the Touch is left 

Apple has now officially killed off all its iPods, other than the Touch which was more of an iPhone without the ability to call someone.