Jim Keller, lead CPU architect, leaves AMD
Published in Processors

Zen still sampling in 2016

AMD has not been doing that great and there are still a lot of changes happening to the company. 

Huawei Watch available for pre-order in Europe
Published in Wearables

Starts at €399

Huawei is finally bringing its smartwatch to Europe and has started to take pre-orders via its official European online store.

Galax/KFA2 unveils GTX 980 Ti for extreme overclocking
Published in Graphics

The GTX 980 Ti HOF LN2 GOC Edition

Galax/KFA2, a European brand of Galaxy, has unveiled its newest Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card with some rather impressive factory-overclock and high-end custom design.

AMD tells us about its carbon footprint
Published in News

Something nice to say about the A-series

Results of an AMD carbon footprint analysis of its 6th Generation A-Series APU, codenamed "Carrizo", show that using the new processor can result in a 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to the previous generation.

HiSilicon becomes SMIC's 28nm customer
Published in Processors

Good yield on 28 nm 

HiSilicon, which is an outfit created by Broadcom and Huawei, has signed up for SMIC's process technology.

MicroStar releases Skylake mainboard
Published in Motherboards


Cheap, but Night Elf does not support overclocking

MicroStar is showing off its new mainboard for Intel's Skylake processors.

Linux Vulkan will be closed source
Published in Graphics

At least for now 

AMD has confirmed that although it has a Linux driver for its Vulkan card it will initially be closed source.

Iphone 6S sales slumping
Published in Mobiles

Despite stories telling you otherwise

The Tame Apple Press has been flat out claiming that the iPhone 6S is doing really well, based on the word of Apple CEO Tim Cook – however one analyst is unconvinced.

Apple stuffs up iOS update
Published in Mobiles

New "crashes" function

Apple customers are daring to complain after the new iOS 9 operating system which they got for free shipped with a super cool, game changing, crash your iPhone feature.

Outcry as Navy orders Apple fanboys to smash their phones
Published in Mobiles

Security threat

The Tame Apple Press is furious after Royal Thai Navy ordered a bunch of useless seamen to smash their iPhones and then videoed the whole thing as a warning to others.