Japan Display would not kick Sharp out of bed
Published in Graphics

Assuming it tried to crawl in there

Japan Display has said that it would not turn down a partnership with embattled rival Sharp after rumours started to circulate that Japan Display's top investor wants a tie-up between the two.

Samsung might have a problem with New Year’s resolution
Published in Graphics

Needs to change OLED standard

Samsung is suffering from a bad case of being behind on the OLED’s and next year  might try to tinkering with the next generation standard to make it more acceptable and cheaper to make.

China to get aggressive on chipmaking
Published in Processors

Battle Chipzilla and other monsters

The Chinese government appears to be keen to create its own chipmaking giant to battle Chipzilla and the Taiwanese and Japanese monsters.

Google looking into chip design
Published in Processors

Might break free of Qualcomm

Search engine and mobile phone operating system maker Google is thinking of getting into the chipmaking business.

Blackberry Android praised
Published in Mobiles

Costs too much to spend a penny in Blackberry Priv

BlackBerry’s first Android-based device and those privy to the launch praised its design but dumped on it is heavy price tag.

Bethesda releases official Fallout 4 launch trailer
Published in Games

Just a few more days to go

Bethesda has finally released the official launch trailer for the upcoming and anticipated Fallout 4 game.

Tame Apple Press spins Apple watch disaster
Published in Wearables

Claims Apple is the King of Smartwatches

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat over the failure of the iWatch to meet the hype.

MediaTek posts record results
Published in News

Richtek acquisition was a good deal

MediaTek posted record quarterly results yesterday thanks partly to its purchase of analogue IC specialist Richtek Technology.

AMD Radeon R9 380X launches on 15 November
Published in Graphics

Packing the full Tonga/ Antigua GPU

The long awaited AMD Radeon R9 380X will launch on 15th November with a full Tonga/Antigua GPU, with 2048 Stream Processors, plus 4GB GDDR5 memory and a 256-bit memory interface.

AMD says GloFlo has 14nm FinFET success
Published in Processors

Pretty sure it is talking about Zen

AMD said that Globalfoundaries has demonstrated silicon success on the first AMD products using GloFlo’s 14nm FinFET process technology.