Apple and Linux buggier than Windows
Published in News
23 February 2015

 
Buggier than a Sardinian cheese 

Despite what you might get told by Apple and Linux fanboys, their operating systems are less secure and more buggy than anything which comes out of Redmond.

Intel says 10nm on track, Moore’s Law alive and kicking
Published in Processors
23 February 2015


For now, not sure after 7nm

Intel expects Moore’s Law will be around for a few more years, but after the semi industry hits 7nm, things could get a little complicated.

HTC One M9 leaked in Germany
Published in Mobiles
23 February 2015


Evolutionary design, no big surprises

The new HTC One M9 has been leaked by a German retailer, complete with official renders and specs. 

Samsung 14nm SoC changes everything
Published in Mobiles
23 February 2015


Qualcomm in trouble

Recently Samsung announced that serial production of its new 14nm SoC has already commenced. The new part is going to end up in Samsung Galaxy S6 and a few other devices.

Bandwidth might not be everything for HBM Fiji
Published in Graphics
23 February 2015


History lesson

AMD Hawaii came in late 2013 with a 512-bit memory interface, which was surprising, but the card did quite well against Nvidia's Kepler-based Geforce 780 TI in the high-end.

Japan Display announces reflective smarwatch display
Published in Wearables
21 February 2015


0.5% of what a traditional LCD would consume

Japan Display Inc. (JDI) has announced a new smartwatch display that could lead to substantial battery life improvements.

Nvidia to bring back GTX 900M overclocking
Published in Graphics
20 February 2015


With the next driver update

Nvidia has finally buckled under community pressure over the recent driver update that disabled overclocking on its mobile GTX 900M series GPUs. The company has announced that it will bring overclocking features back with the next driver update.

UK wants Internet defined as a utility
Published in News
20 February 2015


Must be available to everyone

The UK government has called for the internet to be defined as a utility service which must be available for everyone, like water or electricity, due to its fundamental importance in modern-day life.

Outfit behind Superfish claims it is under attack
Published in News
20 February 2015


Fiasco gets worse

The outfit at the heart of the Lenovo "superfish" spyware scandle Komodia is being attacked.

Ryan Air teams up with Apple
Published in News
20 February 2015


It likes things overpriced

If the overpriced coffee, loud advertising and fees for carrying a small bag were not enough to deter you from flying Ryan Air, you will be pleased to know that the budget Airline is now becoming an Apple fanboy's paradise.