European server sales slump
Published in News


IDC figures


Beancounters at IDC have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that European server sales have slid by 12.9 percent.

Samsung ramping up to 7nm next year
Published in Processors


Will be ready for volume production


Despite having its CEO behind bars, Samsung will be ready for volume production of its 7nm process node in 2018.

Russians say Apple guilty of price-fixing
Published in Mobiles


And run by homosexuals


The Russian government has found the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple guilty of running a price fixing racket.

Nintendo Switch ships with six month old bugs
Published in Games


It is almost as if they are not really trying


Nintendo’s new Switch console is shipping with software flaws which are more than six months old.

Samsung gives up on screen finger print scanner
Published in Mobiles


Galaxy 8 is unlikely to have it


Samsung Electronics' upcoming Galaxy S8 is unlikely to feature on-screen fingerprint scanning because its touch sensor partner Synaptics ran out of time for developing the related technology.

New Chrome throttles tabs
Published in News


Saving processing power


Starting with Chrome 57, Google has started limiting the amount of resources background tabs can use.

Kickstarter campaign to give the iPhone a proper operating system
Published in News

Turns it into real phone

Someone has hit on a novel idea to help users of Apple’s iPhone who actually want to use it as a phone.

Visa accounts hacked
Published in News


Cardholders suffer

Thank you very much for the Aintree Iron.

AMD denies Ryzen Windows 10 problems
Published in Processors


No need for a patch


AMD has denied that Windows 10's thread scheduler is responsible for lower than expected highly-threaded performance scores on its latest Ryzen processor family.

Supply chain is stuffing Android phones with malware
Published in News


Vendors not to blame

Israeli insecurity experts have found that phones from Samsung, LG, Xiaomi, ZTE, Oppo, Vivo, Asus and Lenovo are being stuffed with malware after they have left the vendor's paws.