Google prioritises mobile sites
Published in News


Mobile index rolling out on small scale soon


A few weeks ago, Google announced that it would begin showing different search results for mobile and desktop searches, using two different indexes with the mobile version updated more frequently.

Huawei wants to bork Apple
Published in Mobiles


Currently at nine percent market share

On Thursday, Huawei told Reuters that it wants to become the world’s second largest marker of smartphones in two years.

AMD updates Radeon Software drivers. Again
Published in Graphics


Bring optimizations for new Call of Duty games

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1 drivers which bring a couple of bug fixes, a new Crossfire profile as well as optimizations for new Call of Duty games.

Intel places bets on Shooting Star drone
Published in News


I'm Intel. Fly me

Former chip giant Intel said that it has introduced yet another drone - the Shooting Star.

G.Skill unveils its fastest DDR4 Trident Z 64GB memory kit
Published in Memory


Four 16GB modules running at 3600MHz

G.Skill has announced its latest and fastest Trident Z DDR4 64GB (4x16GB) memory kit working at 3600MHz with CL17 latency.

Nvidia signs up World Wide Technology
Published in News


Deep learning, AI

World Wide Technology (WWT) said it has teamed with Nvidia to provide its customers with tech based on GPUs.

Zotac unveils RX 480 powered Magnus mini-PC
Published in News


With Core i5 Skylake CPU and Radeon RX 480 

Zotac has unveiled yet another VR Ready Magnus mini-PC that will be powered by Intel's Skylake Core i5 CPU and AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics card, all packed in a compact mini-PC chassis, the Zotac Magnus ERX480.

Samsung expands 14 nm
Published in Processors


Mentions 10 nm plans 

The Samsung Foundry Forum has been told that the outfit is expanding its  fourth generation 14-nanometer process foundry process.

DDR3 prices are falling
Published in Memory


Trendforce report out


New figures from beancounters at TrendForce suggest that memory prices  continue to fall into a pit of despair.

Dell shows off its answer to Microsoft's Surface Studio
Published in Notebooks


PC innovation enters new era 

Microsoft's Surface Studio has been getting much praise for its innovative design, and while Apple is slow to copy it, Dell has pushed out its own version which looks rather nice.