Notebook prices to rise from display shortage
Published in News


Get yours when you can

A report said that there will be shortages of notebook panels during the first half of 2017.

Nvidia will clean up in its next results
Published in Graphics


Expect big numbers

The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance daemon, Nvidia, is set to announce a rather positive set of results today.

UMi Plus E comes with Helio P20 and 6GB RAM
Published in Mobiles


Available for pre-order at US $199.99

UMi has unveiled its latest smartphone, the UMi Plus E, which features a 5.5-inch FHD screen and will be one of the first available smartphones with Mediatek's Helio P20 octa-core chipset.

Google Daydream wants 1080p+
Published in Mobiles


Won't dream on 720p

Google has revealed specifications for Daydram and has defined a minimum specification that you will need to make a Daydream work.

Tech companies spent a fortune on Clinton
Published in News


When the future’s orange

If you wonder why technology companies are fuming at the election result, it is probably because they spend a small fortune trying to get Hillary Clinton elected.

Apple fans told to wait for new iMac
Published in News



Intel’s fault


Fruity cargo-cult Apple has put the brakes on the next instalment for the iMac PC line-up because it wants to install Intel’s new Kaby Lake.

Italian boffins create learning computer
Published in News


Teach it to make proper pizza

Italian boffins are working on a new robot which will develop and learn like a new-born child.

IBM wants to put Watson on a smartphone
Published in Wearables


Project Intu gets into embodied cognition

The ever-shrinking Big Blue is improving its cognitive computing efforts with the launch of a new system-agnostic platform called Project Intu.

Tech companies fear encryption could be outlawed
Published in News


Trump’s promise to get tough with tech

The surprise election of the Donald, Prince of Orange in the US election, is alarming tech-companies which are worried that he could kill off encryption.

Nvidia VP of software goes to General Motors
Published in News


Self-driving Sasha Ostojic

It was quite a big deal when a key Zen engineer, Jim Keller, left AMD for Tesla, and we are starting to see a trend now as Sasha Ostojic Vice President, Software at Nvidia has taken a job at General Motors.