Google Nexus 5X now on sale in select regions
Published in Mobiles

The US, Canada, UK, Ireland, India, Korea and Japan

While the Google Nexus 6P was available from day one, those looking for a smaller 5.2-inch Nexus 5X had and might still have to wait a bit as it has just launched in select key markets.

MSI rolls out GTX 980 Ti Gaming LE graphics card
Published in Graphics

With TwinFrozr V cooler

MSI has rather silently launched yet another Nvidia GM200-based Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card, the "cheaper" MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming LE (Lite Edition).

Cherry announces Stream 3.0 keyboard
Published in News

Coming in white and black

Cherry has unveiled its newest keyboard, the Stream 3.0, which is a direct successor of the popular Stream XT keyboard.

Intel has minion army working on LTE chips for Apple
Published in Processors

Will work for Bannahnah

Intel has apparently an army of minions working on an LTE chip for Apple.

IBM allowing Chinese government to look at source code
Published in News

Nothing to hide

Biggish Blue is hoping to get the Chinese government onside by showing it its source code.

Windows 10 might get advertising
Published in News

You get nothing for free

Those who really believed that Microsoft was going to not make any money off the back of Windows 10 will be disappointed to discover that the software giant is experimenting with adverts.

Amazon sues over fake reviews
Published in News


More than a thousand might end up in court

Online book seller Amazon has sued more than a thousand people for writing fake reviews on its site with the aim of collecting cash from the seller.

Microsoft upgrades Surface book to 1TB
Published in Notebooks

Costs $3,199

After Apple copied its Surface book, Microsoft seems to be trying to outdo the company in terms of ridiculous pricing.

Apple finally replaces stained retina displays
Published in Notebooks

You get what you pay for

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to spin another Jobs’ Mob stuff up as good.

Jobs movie accurate claims writer
Published in News

Jobs is apparently still spinning in his grave

The writer of the new Steve Jobs movie has counter attacked against Apple’s moves to have the film canned saying that his “conscious was clear” and the film was pretty accurate.