Microsoft Surface phone rumoured to have Snapdragon 830
Published in Processors


Wants top of the range

The much rumoured never seen Microsoft Surface Phone is not likely to have Intel inside.  According to the latest rumours, it will have the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 instead.

Qualcomm buries the hatchet with LG
Published in Processors


LG agrees to pay more for its chips

Qualcomm has buried the hatchet with LG after the smartphone vendor agreed to pay more for its chips.

Meizu M3 launched starting at $92
Published in Mobiles


Has Cat 6. LTE, eight core A53-based MT6750 SoC

Fudzilla was tipped off that the Meizu M3, the smallest and most affordable phone from Meizu, was getting an update in late April. Now we have heard that the phone has just been  announced in China.

Zen to sample in Q2 to key customers
Published in Processors


Confirmation from AMD CEO

Some good news from AMD – according to the CEO of AMD Lisa Su key customers are getting sample's of the company's Zen x86-based chips in Q2 2016.

AMD stock jumps 52 percent on hope
Published in Processors


Hoping that Chinese licensing will make money and VR will perform 

Fudzilla was the first to report that AMD is working with several Chinese partners on a server deal and the recent announcement of its partnership with THATIC was one of the main reasons for a spike in sales.

Apple entertainment booted out of China
Published in News


We already have a nice walled garden thanks

It looks like Apple's hopes to make up some of the cash it is losing to slumping smartphone sales by getting into the entertainment business have been thwarted by Chinese censors.

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.