Acer wants to be bought out
Published in News

Invites people to kick its tires

Acer's founder Stan Shih said he would welcome companies to come and take the troubled PC maker off his hands.

AMD's open source Fury disappointing
Published in Graphics

At least for now

AMD's open source drivers for its Fury platform have proved rather disappointing.

Open Source GPU now out
Published in Graphics

Hoping that MIAOW is not a catastrophe

An open saucy general-purpose graphics processor (GPGPU) has been unveiled at the Hot Chips event.

Eugene Kaspersky threatened to "rub out rival"
Published in News

He will sleep with the fishes

The language of the anti-virus industry has always been a little colourful, but Eugene Kaspersky went a little over the top with his godfather impersonation.

VR headsets can improve vision
Published in Wearables

Uncrossing your eyes

A US businessman has found a medical use for VR headsets like occulus.

New Moto 360 around the corner
Published in Wearables

Lenovo executives already wearing them

Lenovo is about to unveil the successor of world's first round smartwatch. This time the new Moto 360 is a perfect circle and there is no piece of the screen missing. 

Xiaomi makes its own SoC
Published in Mobiles

Joining the big boys in 2016

Xiaomi is the latest big phone manufacturer trying to make its own SoCs to differentiate itself from the fearsome competition. 

Minix Z series with Pentium 3700 pictured
Published in News

Fanless Baswell with 256GB SSD

Our friends at Minix have shared a big update to their product line with us and showed us a few pictures of Minix Z series mini PC based Intel Braswell SoC. 

AMD quietly launches Radeon R9 370X
Published in Graphics

Sapphire launches Vapor-X version

In addition to the smallest US $649.99 price Radeon R9 Nano, AMD has also introduced the new US $199 priced Radeon R9 370X, based on Trinidad XT GPU.

Brand new Logitech headphones incoming
Published in News

Gamers in shared living spaces rejoice

The long standing purveyor of all things good when it comes to computer peripherals, Logitech, is out with their new crop of wired and wireless headphones for gamers. And discerning music lovers' ears won't bleed either.