Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 previewed
Published in Reviews


Preview: Another great Pascal graphics card

Nvidia is addressing higher mid-range segment with this card and with its $249 price tag it may become your next graphics card for 1080p gaming.

XFX custom RX 480 Double Dissipation detailed
Published in Graphics


Should be coming later this week

While AMD Radeon RX 480 has been selling for quite some time, we are yet to see some of the first custom versions and although there should be plenty of them soon, we now have more details regarding XFX's own Double Dissipation version which will feature a custom PCB, hefty factory-overclock and dual-slot, dual-fan cooler.

Knight’s Landing beating Nvidia
Published in Processors


Only a flesh wound

Bad news for Nvidia as supercomputer maker Cray said that that Intel’s Knights Landing giving Nvidia a run for its money.

MediaTek expected to do well in the third quarter
Published in Processors


Everyone wants its chips

MediaTek is to announce its third quarter results soon and the word on the street is that the outfit will do rather well.

HP releases a few more details on Windows 10 Elite x3
Published in Notebooks


Not really a smartphone

HP has released pricing and availability details for its Elite x3 which is an interesting hybrid of a phone, a laptop and a desktop PC.

Samsung loses A11 deal with Apple
Published in Processors


TSMC sells its soul for A11 work

The dark satanic  rumor mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that the fruity cargo cult Apple has dumped Samsung as the prefered maker of its A11 chip.

Softbank’s shareholders furious over ARM deal
Published in Processors


Share price falls faster than Apple’s

While many people reacted with horror to the news that ARM had been sold to the Japanese Softbank, the naysayers were mostly on ARM’s side. But it seems that Softbank is having trouble selling the idea to its own shareholders.

Dutch boffins create atomic scale storage
Published in News

Up and Atom

Dutch boffins have worked out how to create an atomic scale rewritable data-storage device capable of packing 500 terabits onto a single square inch.

Intel says buy new PCs shock
Published in Processors

Smart workplaces

A survey sponsored by Intel and Dell has come to the surprising conclusion that slow software and hardware are huge time wasters at work.

ARM sells for an arm and a leg
Published in News

It’s not good news

The decision to sell ARM to SoftBank for £24.3 billion has been deprecated by its founder, Hermann Hauser, but praised by the new British prime minister, Theresa May.