Samsung takes out its Tizen based camera
Published in News
05 February 2015


Takes pictures when you sneeze

Samsung is showing off its new camera with its open saucy operating system which sounds like a sneeze, Tizen.

BT confirms EE deal
Published in News
05 February 2015

 
We can finally offer some services 

British Telecom has confirmed that it will be writing a £12.5 billion cheque to buy EE from Orange and Deutsche Telekom.

Boffins build silicene transistors
Published in News
05 February 2015


That is not a spelling mistake 

Although it is has only recently been just theoretical, human-made silicene is now being touted as the next big thing for computers.

Shield Tablet with Tegra X1 coming soon
Published in Mobiles
05 February 2015


By the end of March
 

It doesn’t come as a surprise that Nvidia is working on a new iteration of the Shield tablet. 

MediaTek Labs announces new IoT dev platform
Published in Processors
05 February 2015


LinkIt Connect MT7681 sports low cost WiFi SoC

MediaTek had announced a new development platform, as part of its MediaTek Labs initiative.

Under Armour buys fitness apps for $0.56 billion
Published in Wearables
05 February 2015


Snapped MyFitnessPal for $475m and Endomondo $85m 

The Internet of Things, or IoT in geek parlance, is a big deal. Intel hopes to buy and craft its way into this niche, as it missed the smartphone trend. 

Office preview comes to Windows 10
Published in News
05 February 2015


Word Excel and PowerPoint for free

Microsoft mentioned a new version of Office during its January Windows 10 update event and now it has shown what the new Office applications look like. 

Silk Road mastermind Ross Ulbricht found guilty
Published in News
05 February 2015


San Quentin, I hate every inch of you

A New York jury has found Ross Ulbricht guilty on all counts related to the Silk Road darknet bazaar.

Microsoft Windows 10 Lumias to rock Snapdragon 810
Published in Mobiles
05 February 2015


If Samsung doesn’t want them, we’ll take some

Upcoming Microsoft Lumia phones will use Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 810 processor.

Samsung ePoP memory enters mass production
Published in Memory
05 February 2015


Reduces footprint, boosts efficiency

Samsung has announced that it is now mass producing Embedded Package on Package (ePoP) memory, which greatly increases density and efficiency.