Why doubling RAM on smartphones is silly
Published in Memory


Why do you need 8GB?

Word on the street is that smartphones are going to start getting 8GB of Ram from next year.

Man successfully sues Apple for poor genius
Published in News


Tame Apple Press fumes

A bloke has successfully sued Apple for destroying his honeymoon snaps.

Users of Apple Watch dumped it after two weeks
Published in Wearables


Waste of money

More than half of dissatisfied Apple users dump the Apple Watch within two weeks of buying it, according to a shocking survey.

Ructions in Yahoo boardroom
Published in News


Mayer’s future in doubt as the end is near

Yahoo’s board is considering the future of the company and its high-profile CEO Marissa Mayer this week.

Nvidia releases new Geforce 359.06 WHQL Game Ready drivers
Published in Graphics


One to have for Just Cause 3 and Rainbow Six Siege

Nvidia has rolled out its new Geforce 359.06 WHQL-certified Game Ready drivers which include all the performance optimizations for Just Cause 3 and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege games.

AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition update now available
Published in Graphics


Fix for fan issues and few new improvements

As promised yesterday, AMD's updated version of the Radeon Software Crimson Edition with Radeon Software 15.11.1 drivers is now available for download.

Marvellous, no Agents of Shield
Published in Games


No-show for Nvidia Shield games

Nvidia’s Android Shield Telly console is not doing at all well mostly because the highest-profile games have failed to materialise leaving users with hardware, a nice spec and little else.

Christmas slows down your Wi-fi
Published in Mobiles


Bah-humbug


Living proof that Christmas is bad for you – an Ofcom report is blaming Christmas lights as cause for poor wi-fi reception.

SyncPhone turns smartphone into PC
Published in Mobiles


The 
Nurve of putting Windows 10 in a phone

Nurve Technologies is trying to create a SyncPhone which runs Windows 10 and aims to bridge the gap between the smartphone and the PC.

Intel to push entry-level PC chips
Published in Processors


Praying to Apollo to save the PC


Intel is planning to mass produce its next-generation Apollo Lake-based processors in June 2016 in a bit to kick-start the low-end PC market.