Asus gives Kaby Lake to UX310
Published in Notebooks


Notebooks finally go seventh Intel generation

Asus has refreshed its its UX310 notebook with Kaby Lake goodness.

AMD confirms Naples Zen server for Q2
Published in Processors


2H 2017 Raven Ridge for notebooks

AMD’s CEO Lisa Su said that Summit Ridge, the processor that we will know as Ryzen, will arrive in Q1 2017 and she mentioned that Naples Zen for server will appear in Q2 and Raven Ridge, Zen APU will deliver in the second half of 2017.

Amazon Prime Video becomes standalone product
Published in News


$2.99 for 6 months then $ / x €5.99

Amazon has just released its Prime Video as a standalone product that is immediately available in more than 200 countries. This is Amazon’s way to fight off Netflix's world dominance. 

Nvidia releases new Geforce 376.33 drivers
Published in Graphics


Game Ready drivers with disabled SLI for Titanfall 2

Nvidia has prepared its newest Geforce 376.33 Game Ready drivers that should provide the optimal gaming experience in some of the latest titles and adds several security improvements but also disables SLI on Titanfall 2.

HP Spectre x360 Kaby Lake convertible reviewed
Published in Reviews


A 2-in-1 design win in the sub 3-pound category


In March 2015, HP announced a new 2-in-1 convertible product called the Spectre x360, with an ultra-thin design measuring just 15.9 millimeters and a CNC-machined aluminum chassis weighing 3.3 pounds.

VR will sell two million this year
Published in Wearables


20 million by 2020


Beancounters at Canalys think that there will be more than two million VR units sold in 2016 and the figure will grow to 20 million by 2020.

PwC tries to silence security research firm
Published in News


Security firm should not have had the buggy software

A security research outfit has released details of a "critical" flaw in a security tool made by auditing and tax giant PwC.

Android not merging with Chrome
Published in News


Chrome Alone


A top Googler has denied rumours that Android and Chrome will merge into an OS that crosses platforms.

Apple removes Macbook Pro's battery indicator
Published in News


Have faith in our marketing claims


The fruity tax-dodging cargo cult Apple has a novel way of stopping its users from finding out the truth about its bogus marketing claims about battery life – it has stripped the iOS from any method of measuring it.

Suspected iPhone perve must hand over password
Published in Mobiles


Florida decides


A court in Florida has said a suspected upskirt pervert can be made to reveal his iPhone passcode to coppers.