Sony finally gives up on BetaMax
Published in News


You have to admire its stubbornness

Sony has finally pulled the plug on the BetaMax decades after the standard was kicked to the curb by the technically inferior VHS.

AMD says it will get back to its glory days
Published in Processors


Back to black in 2016

AMD's EMEA component sales manager Neil Spicer is "confident" his outfit can return to profitability in 2016.

Companies lagging behind employee’s cloudy expectations
Published in News


Claims Microsoft backed study


A study based on 5,000 respondents from small and medium enterprises found that “enterprises are lagging behind their employees’ expectations to be more productive, collaborative and innovative in a mobile-first, cloud-first world.”

Intel inside flagship luxury Swiss watch
Published in Wearables


TAG Heuer for $1500


Traditional luxury Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer has announced its $1500 smartwatch which is a victory for Intel.

Compal gets Dell and Lenovo orders
Published in News


Intel Purley servers

Compal Electronics is rumoured to be getting orders for its Intel Purley platform-based servers from Dell and Lenovo.

Apple’s Surface Clone goes on sale
Published in News


iPad Pro arriving later this week

Apple’s version of Microsoft’s Surface PC will be available offering shedloads of technology that fanboys have mocked for years with a reassuringly expensive price tag.

Cube i7 Stylus tablet reviewed
Published in Reviews


Review:
Core M for the masses

Now that Apple is selling a $99 stylus and a Microsoft Surface clone, we decided to check out whether or not it’s possible to get a tablet with proper high-end specs for mid-range money.

Qualcomm is in trouble
Published in Processors


Sinking as Mediatek grows  

Last week’s Qualcomm results confirmed what Wall Street had suspected for a while – Qualcomm is in trouble.

Japan Display would not kick Sharp out of bed
Published in Graphics


Assuming it tried to crawl in there


Japan Display has said that it would not turn down a partnership with embattled rival Sharp after rumours started to circulate that Japan Display's top investor wants a tie-up between the two.

Samsung might have a problem with New Year’s resolution
Published in Graphics


Needs to change OLED standard

Samsung is suffering from a bad case of being behind on the OLED’s and next year  might try to tinkering with the next generation standard to make it more acceptable and cheaper to make.