MediaTek MT2601 SoC designed for Android Wear
Published in Processors
08 January 2015


Dual Cortex-A7, tiny footprint

MediaTek has introduced its first System on Chip (SoC) specifically designed for Android Wear. The MediaTek MT2601 sports to ARM Cortex-A7 cores and Mali 400 MP graphics.

Garmin has a fitness band which nags you
Published in News
07 January 2015


On the next push-up, you will be dead

The creator of a mapping device which thinks it is legal to drive through the centre of Rome in the weekend, now thinks it can nag you on your health.

Seagate goes mad about storage
Published in News
07 January 2015


Be still my beating heart

Seagate has used CES to do a brand refresh and a number of storage products.

North Korea increases its Cyber forces
Published in News
07 January 2015


Now if only it can find an internet connection for all of them

Micron disappoints Wall Street
Published in News
07 January 2015

DRAM upgrades slow output

The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street were fuming after the Memory maker Micron announced that it had a quarterly revenue forecast that missed Wall Street's expectations.

Intel unveils Atom-based Compute Stick
Published in News
07 January 2015


4-inch dongle PC

Intel has unveiled a rather odd product that may be overshadowed by bigger CES announcements, but we find the Intel Compute Stick quite interesting.

AMD to showcase Carrizo at CES
Published in Processors
07 January 2015


Coming in mid-2015

AMD is planning to showcase its upcoming Carrizo APU at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. The APU will not be alone, as the chipmaker will also show off a number of new graphics technologies.

Horizon 2 gets G-Shock Car Pack
Published in Games
07 January 2015


Everyone gets 2010 Mazdaspeed 3 for free

In keeping up with the car packs sees Forza Horizon 2 get its latest Car Pack for download.

Tony Hawk confirms PS4 release in 2015
Published in Games
07 January 2015


No word on if it will be a multi-platform release

Tony Hawk himself confirmed a 2015 release of a new game that bears his name for the PlayStation 4. During Sony’s press conference where he was there to promote the Action-Cam, he spent a few minutes afterward talking about the game.

SDK leaked for Xbox One
Published in Games
07 January 2015


Will it get unsigned code running

The hacker group H4LT is claiming responsibility for leaking the Xbox One SDK documentation. The SDK offers significant documentation about the hardware and software used on the Xbox One. It is unknown if it will help get unsigned code running on the console.