Maps & YouTube app to go on Vita
Published in Games
29 January 2015


Upcoming firmware update to ditch it

Those still using their PlayStation Vita handhelds will likely be sad to learn that Sony is planning an update for March that will remove both the Vita Maps and the Vita YouTube app from the handheld.

New NFS coming in 2015
Published in Games
29 January 2015


Battlefront on track to release with movie

When Electronic Arts told us that Ghost Games would be skipping its 2014 Need for Speed release, we didn't understand why.

Lifetime sales of Wii U only 9.2 million units
Published in Games
29 January 2015


Still a disappointment for Nintendo

Nintendo's projection to move 12 million Wii U units has fallen short. The latest numbers bring the new lifetime sales for the console to only 9.2 million units ending December 31st of last year.

Nvidia admits GTX 970 memory allocation issue
Published in Graphics
28 January 2015


3.5GB fast and 0.5 GB slower one on 4GB card

Anadtech has managed to prove that Nvidia has less L2 Cache and less ROPs in Geforce GTX 970 than advertised.

iOS 9 makes its iPhone 6 appearance
Published in Mobiles
28 January 2015


Better scores in Basemark OS II

We have spotted that the next generation Apple iOS, with the inovative title iOS 9, has made a sudden appearance. 

EVGA launches new TORQ X5 and TORQ X3 gaming mice
Published in Games
28 January 2015


With optical and laser sensors

Following the success of its TORQ X10 gaming mouse, EVGA has updated its lineup with two new mice that have both optical and laser sensors and Omron switches.

LG Display has largest profit in six years
Published in News
28 January 2015


Someone has done Won

LG Display posted $1.245 billon in operating profit last year which is a 16.7 percent rise from a year earlier.

LG denies it is suing over fire breathing Snapdragon
Published in Processors
28 January 2015


It makes no sense

Smartphone maker LG has denied that it is planning to sue Qualcomm over rumoured plans it's going to redesign its high-end Snapdragon 810 chip for the impending Samsung Galaxy S6.

Ex-Opera boss releases a new browser
Published in News
28 January 2015


Fat lady still singing

Ex-Opera boss Jon S. von Tetzchner has revealed a technical preview for his new Chromium-based browser for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Windows RT dead
Published in News
28 January 2015


 Microsoft pulls RT surface 2

Software giant Microsoft has taken its Windows RT software to a deserted Berlin forest and offed it with a bullet to the back of the head.