Getting the Power back
Published in Processors
12 May 2015


IBM takes on Xeon

Biggish blue is upgrading its Power chips so that they can better compete with Intels Haswell-EX Xeon E7 v3 processors.

Carrizo shipped to China
Published in Processors
12 May 2015


Not for the west yet

AMD has begun shipping its first "Carrizo" chips, the Carrizo-L – at least if you live in China.

Kingston releases fastest DDR4 memory
Published in News
12 May 2015


Fast and expensive

Kingston HyperX has announced that it will be releasing what it calls the world's fastest 128GB DDR4 Memory Kit.

MediaTek Labs targets developed and emerging markets
Published in Wearables
12 May 2015


First products quietly trickling out

MediaTek Labs is stepping up efforts to enlist more software and hardware partners. 

Dual-boot Onda V919 Air tablet tested
Published in Reviews
11 May 2015


Review: Bay Trail, 3G, Android and Windows

How about some Candy Crush after a few hours of messing about in Excel? How about using Word with seamless SkyDrive integration, then switching to Android to read a book or two? 

Top chipmakers in open source MIPS push
Published in Processors
11 May 2015


Qualcomm, Intel and Broadcom sign up

Qualcomm Atheros, Lantiq (part of Intel) and Broadcom have joined the Prpl Foundation.

How I executed the networking white box market
Published in News
11 May 2015


by Cisco's John Chambers 

Cisco's soon to retire CEO John Chambers has been taking stock in his years at the helm of the networking giant, and is claiming a killing off the white box market under his rule.

China's smartphone market slumps
Published in News
11 May 2015


So much for Apple growing there

While the Tame Apple Press made much out of Apple's lack lustre results by talking up its smartphone prowess in China, it appears that things are not well behind the Bamboo curtain.

Asian panel makers improve
Published in News
11 May 2015


Production costs drop

Asian Panel makers have strengthened their financial performances in as overall production costs have dropped.

Korean  Steve Jobs invents online shopping
Published in News
11 May 2015


Kim Jong Un is ahead of the West in all ways

The Steve Jobs of Asia, North Korea's Kim Jong Un who already invented a wall garden to keep his citizens in and a reality distortion field, has now invented online shopping.