Nintendo roadmap for 2016
Published in Games
02 July 2015


Wii everywhere

Nintendo has leaked the timeline of its 2016 launch of its next-generation games console and asked its supply chain partners to start pilot production in October.

Hollywood tells truth about Steve Jobs
Published in News
02 July 2015


Apparently has been reading Fudzilla

Hollywood has dared to make a film which tells the truth about the fruity cargo Apple's profit Steve Jobs.

Skylake-S 35W desktop in Q3 is Core i7 6700T
Published in Processors
02 July 2015


35W targets low power market

Intel plans to release a 35W TDP Skylake-S processor in Q3 2015 and this CPU is set to replace the Core i7 4790T. 

Microsoft surprises with Preview release 10159
Published in News
02 July 2015


Two builds in two days

Three days ago we received a notification that Windows 10158 was available and we got this build installed. 

Philips introduces new 32-inch 4K/UHD monitor
Published in Graphics
01 July 2015


The BDM3275UP with IPS-AHVA panel

Philips has announced its new 32-inch 4K/UHD monitor which is mostly aimed at professionals with its IPS-AHVA panel and 10-bit display.

World's leading operating system is Windows 7
Published in News
01 July 2015


Looks like that tablet idea was really daft

The world's most popular operating system is still Windows 7, as Microsoft really regrets wasting its time with a tablet interface in Windows 8.

Nvidia readying Maxwell GM206-250
Published in Graphics
01 July 2015


Ti for two

Nivdia has been talking about replacing its Maxwell graphics cards with something new for a while.

Acer announces new 34-inch QHD FreeSync monitor
Published in Graphics
01 July 2015


US $200 cheaper than the same G-Sync monitor

Acer has announced a new 34-inch QHD curved monitor that will have the same specifications as the earlier announced Acer XR341CKA but feature support for AMD's FreeSync technology.

Global Roaming charges banned
Published in Mobiles
01 July 2015


By mid-2017

The Latvian presidency of the EU has reached a provisional deal with the European Parliament on new rules to end mobile phone roaming fees by mid-2017

Cisco buys Open DNS
Published in News
01 July 2015


Will the spooks get control of your DNS server?

The networking company, which was turned over by the US spooks using backdoors, has just written a cheque for an outfit which provides alternative DNS servers for its users.