Intel rumoured to want Recon
Published in Wearables
27 May 2015


Canadian wearable tech

Canadian wearable tech company Recon is on the verge of being bought by Intel.

Spreadtrum guns for 14nm FinFET
Published in Processors
27 May 2015


Piggy backing on Intel foundry

China's Spreadtrum, which is tied to Intel's foundry business, is gunning for 14nm FinFET, with sights set on 10nm.

TSMC to set up 10nm pilot in June
Published in Processors
27 May 2015


Mass production in late 2016

TSMC is planning to create a 10nm pilot line at its 300mm wafer plant in Fab 12. 

Macbook Pro Retina R9 M370X based on three-year old GPU
Published in Graphics
26 May 2015


Cape Verde GPU with 640 Stream Processors

A recent post from a user on Reddit that has bought the new 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina, finally shed some light on the Radeon R9 M370X graphics card, which is based on a three-year old Cape Verde GPU.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti further detailed
Published in Graphics
26 May 2015


GPU-Z reveals clocks, scores 14k in 3DMark Fire Strike

While there have been plenty of reports recently regarding the specifications of the upcoming Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card, we now have the first GPU-Z screenshot showing most of the details as well as some 3DMark benchmark scores.

Apple losing smartphone wars
Published in Mobiles
26 May 2015


How quickly things change

Apple has spectacularly lost ground to its rival Samsung according to the latest figures.

"Zookeeper" Foxconn plans Indian expansion
Published in News
26 May 2015


Wants a few Bengal tigers 

The bloke who once described his management of staff as being a bit like a zoo keeper, Foxconn's Terry Gou wants to expand his operations into India

Don't name that spaceship after me
Published in News
26 May 2015


The ego has landed

Apple messiah Steve Job was worried that that in the cult worship that would follow his death, Apple would be moved to name its "spaceship" campus building after him

Samsung close to 10nm
Published in Processors
26 May 2015


Production nearly ready

Samsung told a company event in the UK that it was nearly ready to begin producing mobile chips using its 10nm manufacturing process.

Unisys abandons DIY chips for Intel
Published in News
26 May 2015


No more proprietary CMOS chips

Unisys has unveiled a new range of all-Intel servers, and walked away from its own proprietary CMOS chips.