Nvidia releases new Geforce 364.47 WHQL Game Ready drivers
Published in Graphics


Coming with bonus install problems 

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 364.47 WHQL Game Ready drivers which are the ones to have in case you are looking to play Tom Clancy's The Division, which launched earlier today, but unfortunately, there are some install problems as a bonus as well.

Square Enix's Hitman to have DirectX 12 support at launch
Published in Games


Asynchronous Compute part of it 

According to a leaked presentation, Square Enix's upcoming Hitman game is also on the list of titles that will have support for DirectX 12 API. 

Microsoft delays Redstone 2 for another year
Published in News


Wants to cash in on the new wave of devices

Software king of the world Microsoft has decided to delay its next incarnation of Windows 10, Redstone 2, for a year.

8K broadcasts of the Olympics expected
Published in Graphics


Hi-res boredom other than the crowd shots


It looks like Japanese who have 8K tellies in time for the Rio Olympics will actually have something to watch in August.

Apple starts sending ghost emails from the 1970s
Published in Mobiles


You get what you pay for

Apple’s programming genii have come up with another feature which fanboys will soon be claiming is super, cool and game changing.

California’s High Speed Rail delayed by 3 years
Published in News


Silicon Valley to Central Valley line will cost $20.6 billion

California’s very costly 220mph high-speed rail (HSR), which was approved by voters in 2008, will not be accepting passengers until at least 2025, according to a new business plan released by the state’s high speed rail authority last month.

AMD’s Gears of War woe might be Nvidia in the mix
Published in Graphics


PhysX by default

The fact that Gears of War Ultimate Edition ran so poorly on AMD gear might be because Nvidia’s PhysX is actually running by default.

Qualcomm to dominate high-end mobile chips
Published in Processors


Snapdragon 820 is a winner with the vendors

If you buy a high-end android phone it will almost certainly have a Snapdragon 820 under the bonnet.

Microsoft ports SQL Server to Linux
Published in News


Who would have thought that a few years ago?

Microsoft is going to bring its SQL Server to Linux, in a move which would have been unthinkable a few years ago when Redmond dubbed the open source operating system "cancer."

US's highest court forces Apple to face facts
Published in News


Steve Jobs ran a cartel

It has taken the highest court in the US to do it, but Apple finally has to admit that its patron saint was a monopolist who ran an ebook cartel designed to raise the cost of books to feather Jobs’ Mobs’ nest.