Nvidia Geforce Pascal GPUs launching at Computex 2016
Published in Graphics


Mass shipments begin in July

According to sources within Nvdia’s supply chain,  the company is preparing to announce its Geforce series Pascal GPUs sometime around or during Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.

MSI unveils new WT72 mobile workstation
Published in Notebooks


US $5,499 price tag and Quadro M5500

Following Nvidia's launch of mobile Quadro M5500 graphics card, MSI has unveiled its newest mobile workstation notebook, the MSI WT72.

Rivals target out-of-date MacPro
Published in Notebooks


Expensive old rubbish wins wrong oscar

Apple’s rivals are targeting those who are still using Apple’s long-out-of-date Mac Pro.

Samsung getting iris scanners
Published in Mobiles


Are you looking at me?

It is looking certain that Samsung phones are getting Iris security scanners.

Polaris in June
Published in Graphics


New rumours

If the dark satanic rumour mill is correct AMD’s next-generation graphics cards may in the shops in June.

Asustek reduces its Intel dependence
Published in Mobiles


ZenFone gets Qualcomm and MediaTek platforms

Asustek appears to have pulled back on its Intel dependence for its ZenFones and is adding Qualcomm and MediaTek flavours.

Google might replace Java with Open source Swift
Published in News


Weirdy beardie software that writes a song about everytime it is forked and dumped

Google is so hacked off with Oracle's java antics it is seriously considering taking it out of Android and replacing it with Apple's open sauce Swift software.

Linux will eventually be desktop king
Published in News


Even if it takes another 25 years

Linux inventor Linus Torvalds has told the world that he has not given up on replacing Windows on the desktop with his glorious creation.

Nokia decimates staff after Alcatel-Lucent deal
Published in News


So the networking company did not get off lightly after all

Networking outfit Nokia says it's cutting thousands of jobs worldwide as part of a $1 billion cost-saving plan after its recent acquisition of networking rival Alcatel-Lucent.

IBM's CTO shows off GPU-accelerated Cognitive Computing
Published in News


Watson is all about human insight, discovery and advice


On Wednesday, IBM’s Chief Technology Officer Rob High gave a keynote speech with an emphasis on “cognitive computing” – another term for artificial intelligence, but with a goal of changing the role between humans and machines rather than recreating the human brain in machine form.