Blizzard explains what happened to Titan
Published in Games


Everything was a total failure

If you ever wondered why Blizzard cancelled Titan, the follow-up to World of Warcraft, the answer is pretty much why you might have expected – nothing worked at all.

CPU-Z 1.76 released
Published in Processors


Supports Broadwell-E official names, Intel AVX-512 reports

Last week, the folks over at CPUID.com released a new version of CPU-Z, their highly popular system information and clockspeed validation software.

Researchers take the battery out of mobile
Published in Wearables


Wireless Identification and Sensing Platform

A team of boffins working for the University of Washington's Sensor Lab have worked out a way of taking the battery out of mobile devices and keeping them powered by radio waves.

Alphabet falls shorts of investor's expectations
Published in News


Wall Street still loves it

The umbrella of the Google Empire, Alphabet announced that its first-quarter earnings fell short of estimates, largely because it spent more to build traffic for its mobile advertising services.

Outfit creates “super-secure” mobile
Published in Mobiles


Yours for $20,000

A British-Israeli start-up wants to flog a super-secure smartphone which will cost $20,000.

UMi Touch 2 comes with Helio X25
Published in Mobiles


Helio X25 not just for Meizu

UMi is one of the strongest performing Chinese brands which becamse popular because of its sub $200 phones. Recently the outfit announced its UMi Touch phone powered with MTK6753 octa core and now it seems that its successor, UMi Touch 2 is a Helio X25 phone.

Nvidia GTX 1070 GP104-200 Pascal ASIC pictured
Published in Graphics


Die size of around 333mm2

Finally we get a clear picture of a version of the GP104 Pascal GPU which is rumored to be the heart of the upcoming Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card, the GP104-200.

Industrial PC market should stabilize in 2018
Published in News


Robotics lead industry, forecast to hit $4.3 billion in 2019

The global market for industrial PCs, those typically used in automation industrial control tasks, is expected to experience short-term growth in 2016 and will begin to stabilize in 2018, according to a new analysis from IHS. The continued use of these PCs in situations outside of traditional automation tasks is cited as the reason for market growth, while robotics continues to be the fastest growing industrial sector for PCs.

Corsair unveils three new Rapidfire keyboards
Published in News


With new MX Speed switches

Corsair is an exclusive partner for the launch of the new and fastest ever Cherry MX Speed switches so the company has decided to launch no less than three new keyboards, the K70 RGB Rapidfire, the K65 RGB Rapidfire and the K70 Rapidfire.

Cherry launches new MX Speed mechanical switches
Published in News


With Corsair as an exclusive partner

Cherry has unveiled its new Cherry MX Speed mechanical switches, that will feature a very short travel, low response time and high switching frequency, making them ideal for gamers as well as typists.