New Samsung 840 EVO firmware fix coming later this month
Published in Memory
15 April 2015


To feature "periodic refresh"

While Samsung already patched its 840 EVO firmware earlier last year, it appears that it took a bit longer to fix the read performance degradation problem, but the new fix should be available later this month.

Samsung S6 Edge is a bastard to fix
Published in Mobiles
15 April 2015


Battery nightmares

Fixing Samsung's S6 Edge will be a total nightmare—particularly if you need to replace the battery. 

Rockstar's GTA V joins AMD Gaming Evolved program
Published in Games
15 April 2015


Updated: Has Gaming Evolved features

Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V for PC has finally launched, and AMD has announced that the game is part of its Gaming Evolved program.

Asus ROG GR6 details leaked
Published in Games
15 April 2015


Internal changes

While Asus released its ROG GR8 gaming console only last year, it seems keen to get another one itn the shops.

Pope's website gets the works
Published in News
15 April 2015


And its nobody's business but the Turks

Nationalist hackers are trying to make the Pope suffer for pointing out that Turkey genocided Armenians soon after WW1.

Intel figures confirm PC slowdown
Published in News
15 April 2015


Thank the gods for the datacentre

Chipzilla's financial figures confirm that PC sales have continues to slide after a brief recovery after the death of Windows XP.

Nokia to buy Alcatel-Lucent for 15.6 billion
Published in News
15 April 2015


Finns bag a French bagette 

Finland's Nokia has bought French Alcatel Lucent in a stock deal worth 15.6 billion euro.

Assange grassed Snowden to the NSA
Published in News
15 April 2015


Don't look at him, Look at me 

Wikileaks boss Julian Assange complicated Edward Snowden's escape from Russia by tipping off the NSA with a false rumour about the Bolivian President.

Europe declares open season on Google
Published in News
15 April 2015


Europe refuses to turn Page and starts flinging Schmidt 
 

The European Commission is to charge Google with using its dominant position in online search to favour the company's own services.

Beelink Pocket P1 review, a micro-PC with a twist
Published in Reviews
15 April 2015


Review: Pocketable Windows PC and, uhm, powerbank? 

Here's a thought – why not use Intel's tablet platform to build a compact, fanless mini PC? What could possibly go wrong?