Blackberry loses Obama
Published in Mobiles


Gets a locked down Samsung instead


In a sign that Blackberry’s days are numbered, one of its key advocates, President Barack Obama has given up on it.

AMD demonstrates Zen running Doom
Published in Games


One hand clapping with zombies at E3 2016

AMD has released a short video where its lead system engineer Louis Castro running Doom on its Summit Ridge, Zen-based processor .

OSVR improves VR headset
Published in Wearables

Open source competitor to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

The Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) consortium thinks that its new VR headset which be a true competitor to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive should be out soon.

One-Plus new flagship pic leaked
Published in Mobiles


More images leaked online

More images of One-Plus’s new flagship the OnePlus 3 have appeared online, which are remarkably similar to the previous ones to suggest they are the real deal.

Sapphire's custom RX 480 Nitro leaks ahead of launch
Published in Graphics


With 8GB of RAM and custom cooler 

There have been a couple of rumors that have AMD AIB partners could make custom Radeon RX 480 from day one, and since a picture of Sapphire's custom RX 480 Nitro has already leaked online, these rumors appear to be true.

EA is churning out Star Wars games
Published in Games


Software Empire is striking back

EA has been telling the world how it is going to use the rights it has on Star Wars games – it is going to make a lot of them.

Some Xbox One games play on PC
Published in Games


Xbox Play Anywhere puts pressure on PlayStation 4

Microsoft just dropped a bomb on PlayStation 4 announcing that Gears of War 4 will be able to play on both PC and Xbox via Xbox Play Anywhere program. 

Out-of-date Apple asleep behind the wheel
Published in News


Opinon: Big announcement turns out time for a snooze

Apple had a chance yesterday to convince the world that it had not run out of ideas, it was no longer dependent on China, and had a cunning plan to save itself from obscurity – it failed.

Flash is the only joy in the European storage market
Published in News


IDC reports gloom 

The external storage systems revenues fell 4.9 per cent to $1.64 billion in the first quarter of 2016, with only Flash storeage doing well.

Microsoft buys Linkedin
Published in News


Business social networking 

Microsoft has bought the business social notworking site LinkedIn.