Nvidia’s 2017 trouble is called RTG
Published in Graphics


Return of the GPU Jedi

Nvidia, as you have seen, did an amazing job gaining a lot of the GPU high end and mainstream market. Pascal worked out great on the desktop and notebook, but it would be naive to expect that AMD is not going to come back with a vengeance.

Chinese investigate iPhone fails
Published in News

They just turn themselves off

A consumer body has asked Apple to clarify why a large number of uPhone6 and iPhone 6s phones switch themselves off and can’t be switched on again.

AMD readies Zen’s server software
Published in Processors


ROCm writes and compile parallel programs

AMD has released the latest version of its ROCm software tools which make it easier to write and compile parallel programs for its new Zen GPUs and CPUs.

IPhone 7 might have a heating problem
Published in Mobiles


Don’t expect a recall

Apple appears to be trying to copy Samsung by having its iPhone 7s catch fire.

New smartwatch works by body power
Published in Wearables


Which means it would be useless for us

Boffins have emerged from their smoke-filled labs with a new smartwatch which is powered by movement.

Google cars can manage three-point turns
Published in News


Now officially better than Bulgarian drivers

Google has said that it has finally got its self-driving cars programmed to do perfect three point turns.

Apple’s plans for digital glasses start to leak
Published in Wearables


Will connect to iPhones


Fruity cargo cult Apple has started to leak out information on its digital glasses project.

Vodafone does well thanks to Italy and Germany
Published in Mobiles


Europe looking good

In a slap in the face for Brexit, British mobile phone outfit Vodafone reported a better-than-expected 4.3 percent rise in core earnings in the first half of the year, helped by improving trading in big European markets like Germany and Italy.

China grabs Trump by the Apples
Published in News


Jobs' Mob will suffer in any trade war 

The Chinese government has threatened to ban iPhones and US cars from China if 'naive' Donald Trump starts a trade war with the glorious People’s Republic.

All electric cars required to be noisy soon
Published in News


Manufacturers to install small external speakers


Beginning in the year 2019, all newly manufactured hybrid and light-duty electric cars will be required to make noise when they are traveling at low speeds so pedestrians can better hear and avoid them. That's in the United States.