Apple has murdered the tablet market
Published in Notebooks
31 December 2014


Wins the holiday season

The tablet market has been suffering lately as people woke up to the concept that they were largely pointless, but it is starting to look like the outfit which started the Tablet craze might have had a hand in bumping it off.

Nvidia’s internal network hacked
Published in News
31 December 2014


Kim Jong-Un is an AMD fanboy

Nvidia’s corporate network was hacked earlier this month, but the extent of the breach is unclear.

LG announces curved 21:9 monitor with AMD FreeSync
Published in Graphics
31 December 2014


34 inches of gaming goodness

LG is wishing AMD fans a very happy New Year with a curved 34-inch monitor garnished with AMD FreeSync technology.

Iiyama AMD FreeSync monitor now available
Published in Graphics
30 December 2014


28-inch ProLite B2888UHSU-B1 4K available for £389.99

While Nvidia's G-Sync ready monitors have been around for quite some time, AMD has lived up to its promise that we will see the first AMD FreeSync ready monitors by the end of the year.

Galaxy 4 Note is the first Snapdragon 810 phone
Published in Mobiles
30 December 2014


Carrier aggregation gets you 300Mbps

The Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s latest flagship phablet and it comes in two flavours, one of which offers the fastest mobile broadband around.

AMD may use GloFo 28nm SHP node for GPUs
Published in Graphics
30 December 2014


Higher clocks, lower voltages

AMD could use GlobalFoundries’ 28nm Super High-Performance (28SHP) node for upcoming GPUs.

State Hackers used commercial software
Published in News
29 December 2014


Hit European and Israeli military sites

A state inspired hacking campaign against military targets in Israel and Europe misused security-testing software to cover its tracks and enhance its capability.

Chaos makes fingerprints out of photos
Published in News
29 December 2014


Another hack

Chaos Computer Club claims it can reproduce your fingerprints from a couple of photos that show your fingers.

Xbox and Playstation were finished off by Lizards
Published in News
29 December 2014


Finn end of the wedge

F-Secure, has confirmed to the Finnish media that one of the hackers who brought down the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live services on Christmas Day is based in Finland.

Sony pirates when it suits
Published in News
29 December 2014


Interview even a bigger disaster

Sony executives are probably really regretting the Interview flick which is proving to be an absolute disaster.