Li-RAM could be the next big thing
Published in Memory


Making light of memory


A Vancouver Island chemist has come up a light induced magnetoresistive random-access memory (LI-RAM) that uses light instead of electricity to store and process data.

Intel kills off IDF
Published in News


End of an error

Chipzilla has decided to cancel its Intel Developer Forum tradeshow including this summer's expected IDF17.

Toshiba releases 3.5-inch N300 NAS hard drives
Published in News


Available in 4TB, 6TB and 8TB capacities this month


Toshiba’s semiconductor and storage subdivision has introduced its latest series of 3.5-inch N300 internal network attached storage (NAS) consumer hard drives to the US market. The drives are available in 4TB, 6TB and 8TB capacities and include a self-contained cache algorithm to optimize real-time buffer performance and minimize recovery time from data errors.

Apple "iPhone 8" renders surface as expected
Published in Mobiles

On Sunday, several new renders purportedly showing Apple’s design for upcoming iPhone hardware this fall have appeared, and now show a device that is somewhat smaller in size than previous details leaked.

Sony ZD9 Android TV review
Published in Reviews


Review: MediaTek powers the flagship Android TV


Before we even start, I must note that the Sony ZD9 is a TV with the best picture quality I have ever seen. The MediaTek Quad-Core MT5832 ensures that Android TV 6.0.1 runs really well.

T-Mobile showcases GigabitLTE speed
Published in Network


Galaxy S8 with Snapdragon X16 modem

The Samsung Galaxy S8 will end up with pre-order customers before the end of this week. But if they get one from T-Mobile US, people might experience GigabitLTE speeds in the near future. 

Uber clocks 2016 revenue of $6.5 billion
Published in News


Loses 2.8B in the process

Uber has just released its 2016 revenues and the company managed to turn in revenues of $6.5 billion, reporting a $2.8 billion loss in the process. 

Even stabbing the S8 will not cause it to explode
Published in Mobiles


Tame Apple Press jokes fail

The Tame Apple Press has been trying to spoil the release of Galaxy S8 with lots of gags about exploding batteries. The only problem is the S8 battery tech is surprisingly robust.

Facebook steps up fake news monitoring
Published in News


More than 30,000 fake accounts linked to the French election

Facebook says it has targeted 30,000 fake accounts linked to France ahead of the country's presidential election, as part of a worldwide effort against misinformation.

G.SKILL develops super-fast RAM
Published in Memory


Ram maker comes up with DDR4-4333MHz 16GB


RAM maker G.SKILL has released a new DDR4-4333MHz 16GB (2x 8GB).