EVGA teases its upcoming SC15 gaming notebook
Published in Notebooks


Coming with 120Hz G-Sync display and GTX 1060

While its 17-inch SC17 gaming notebook has been getting hardware updates, EVGA has now once again teased its smaller 15-inch SC15 gaming notebook that has been showcased at CES 2017 show in January.

Sensor market races ahead thanks to self driving cars
Published in News


3.2 times more by 2025

Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that the sensor market will grow by 2.5 times by 2025.

AMD’s Linux GPU patches seven Vega 10s
Published in Graphics


40,000 lines of code changed

AMD has issued 100 Linux GPU patches for seven of its Vega 10 GPUs.

AMD confirms Ryzen screen freeze fix
Published in Processors


BIOS changes will be issued to Motherboard makers

AMD has confirmed why FMA3 code is causing system hangs on PCs using a new Ryzen desktop processor.

Microsoft develops software for Mac refugees
Published in News


No need to cross shark infested waters

Microsoft has finally come up with software which will allow refugees from the autocratic Apple cult escape the clutches of a company that does not really care about them any more.

BroadSoft powers Deutsche Telekom CloudPBX
Published in News

Cloudy future together 

Unified communications as a service (UCaaS) outfit Broadsoft has scored a deal running the Deutsche Telekom CloudPBX.

ARM gives cores to AI
Published in News


DynamIQ is next evolution


British chip designer ARM is announcing the next evolution of its ARM chip design which it calls DynamIQ which gives AI and ML control of the chip’s cores.

Qualcomm brings 4G to feature phones
Published in News


Spicing up the lower end


In a bid to improve its bottom line, Qualcomm has developed 4G modems for lower end smartphones and feature phones.

Intel releases its first Optane PCI-E SSD
Published in News


First 3D XPoint SSD reaches 550K IOPS with 10 microsecond latency

Over the weekend, Intel pushed ahead with the release of its first consumer and enterprise SSD based on 3D XPoint technology, with latency rates roughly one hundred times lower than NAND flash alternatives that have dominated the market since 2007.

Wireless charging demand to pick up with next iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Physical Direct Connection (PDC) technology to improve chassis yield rates

Consumer demand for wireless charging is expected to pick up following the arrival of the next-generation iPhone lineup later this year, according to research from Digitimes and information from smartphone chassis makers.