Apple wants a smaller iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Because being bigger has already been done

Fruity Cargo Cult Apple thinks that it will steal a march on its competitors by making its iPhone too small for Apple fanboy’s fat pudgy fingers to tap out a message.

Hacking a big corporation is easy
Published in News


McAfee claims a grannie could do it

Hacking a major corporation is so easy that even an elderly grannie could do it, according to technology industry character John McAfee.

5th generation Apple TV trialed
Published in Graphics


In the shops in first quarter

The Fruity cargo cult Apple so loved the way its Apple TV took off this year without requiring much of the way of new features, that it is planning to do the same thing again early next year.

AMD's Tonga had a bigger bus all the time
Published in Graphics


384-bit memory bus never enabled

A year ago it was mentioned that AMD's Tonga XT GPU had a 384-bit memory bus but when the Radeon R9 380X it had a somewhat disappointing Tonga XT GPU with a 256-bit memory interface.

Gartner sees smartphone market grow
Published in Mobiles


15.5 Percent up on last year

Smartphone sales soared 15.5 percent in the third quarter of 2015 compared to this time last year.

EA claims it will have an embarrissment of riches next year
Published in Games


Have not had one of them since I was six

Electronic Arts claims that its upcoming game line-up will be an "embarrassment of riches" next year.

Some Intel Skylake CPUs become a part of "Bendgate"
Published in Processors


Thinner substrate to blame 

It appears that some Intel Skylake CPUs have now become a part of the new "Bendgate" and can get damaged by pressure from some air coolers, possibly due to a thinner substrate compared to previous generation CPUs.

HGST launches the new 10TB helium-filled Ultrastar He10 HDD
Published in Memory


Reaches 10TB with PMR technology

HGST, a Western Digital subsidiary, has launched its newest helium-filled 10TB Ultrastar He10 hard disk drive (HDD).

Android inventor planning smartphone business
Published in News


Return to the industry

The bloke credited with inventing Android is about to get back into the mobile industry with a smartphone company of his own.

Tablet doom will harm Android
Published in Mobiles


Microsoft should be happy

Beancounters at IDC claim that the decline of tablets will harm Android but prop up the windows operating system