Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 spotted with single camera
Published in Mobiles


Bigger battery, starting at CNY 1,600

The original Xiaomi Redmi Pro was quite a popular smartphone with an OLED screen and dual-camera setup, and today, a leak shows the upcoming Redmi Pro 2 successor which switches back to single rear-camera setup and a bigger battery.

Samsung is number one chip shifter
Published in Processors


Beats Apple in "total addressable semiconductor" market


Beancounters at Gartner have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that Samsung is the world leader of the "total addressable semiconductor" market.

"I am a Mac" guy defects to Huawei
Published in News


MateBook running Windows 10 far better than iOS

The smug bloke who championed the Mac computer has defected to Huawei and is peddling its MateBook instead.

Sniper Elite 4 gets new gameplay trailer
Published in Games


Looks impressive

Rebellion has released a new gameplay trailer for its upcoming Sniper Elite 4 game, which shows a bit more details including new mechanics and impressive looking graphics.

Apple misses deadline to repay Ireland $13.9 billion
Published in News


EU says getting cash out of Apple is tricky 

The Fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has snubbed the EU and not paid the 13 billion euros it owes to Ireland in illegal tax benefits.

Swedish clamp down on pirates
Published in News


Have they no sense of their history?


One of the nations who held Northern Europe in fear of another Viking raid and a History channel drama, has decided that pirates are not such a good thing.

Nvidia Shield TV 2015 to get Google Assistant support
Published in News


But will need the new controller

When Nvidia launched its new Shield TV console back in December, a big part of the reveal was the Google Assistant and smart home support and while the old Shield TV will get that same support, there is a catch.

EU sorts out global roaming
Published in News


New price caps announed


The European Union has sorted out a way to cap wholesale charges telecom operators pay each other when their customers use their mobile phones abroad.

New FCC chairman remains undecided on net neutrality
Published in News


First open meeting reveals committment to building digital divide


The most recent Federal Communications Chairman, Ajit Pai, who took office earlier last week, has made a commitment to reduce regulatory barriers to growth and innovation and prioritize building the digital divide, a national social inequality measurement on access to internet services.

Nvidia releases the new Prepare For Battle bundle
Published in Games


Bundle includes For Honor and Ghost Recon Wildlands

Nvidia has launched the  "Prepare For Battle" bundle offer that will include some hot new games for those that buy the Geforce GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 graphics cards, as well as systems or notebooks equipped with those GPUs.