GeForce GTX 1070 needs urgent BIOS update
Published in Graphics


Unless they have Samsung memory

GeForce GTX 1070 users have been complaining that they are suffering from flickering and poor memory overclocking results on the memory sub-system.

European Union judge wants review of Intel monopoly case
Published in Processors


Intel might get into play a "get out of jail free" card

Intel might get the $1.4 billion anti-trust fine it paid to the EU in 2009 back after a top European Union judge recommended that the case be reviewed.

Hacker arrested in Prague knocked over Linkedin
Published in News


Not the Democratic Party hacker

Business social notworking site Linkedin has confirmed that the Russian hacker arrested in Prague on 5 October is suspected of involvement in the 2012 hack which compromised over 100 million users' information, including emails and passwords.

Apple furious at “Amazon” for peddling fakes
Published in News


If only Amazon had good reason to love Apple

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple is furious that 80 percent of the “Genuine Apple” accessories on the Amazon site are fakes.

Nintendo next gen console ready for March
Published in Games


New video out today teasing NX

Nintendo is expected to show off a teaser video for the new NX console which it plans to launch globally in March.

Samsung’s 8 GB micro-RAM headed for mobile
Published in News


8GB DRAM in a tiny package even if you don't need it

We should start seeing 8GB appearing as standard in flagship mobile phones soon thanks to Samsung’s new silicon that packs 8GB of DRAM in a single tiny package.

Apple throttles the speed on cheapest iPhone 7
Published in Mobiles


You have to upgrade

The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has a natty way to force those who splashed out on the entry model iPhone 7 to upgrade to the more expensive version – it gave it slower memory.

LeEco unwraps phones at US event
Published in News


It's not French, though but

In the style of a large tradeshow press event, LeEco officially launched in the USA.

Bug in Intel chips threatens security
Published in News

Wooden flaw

Researchers claim that they have discovered a bug in Intel chips that could compromise system securities.

Wearables will help your health
Published in Wearables

Deep learning at bodily level

A research analyst has forecast that the market in health related wearables will revolutionize the lives of people suffering from diabetes.