Nougat starts to make an impact
Published in Mobiles


Still low


The latest Android version has finally managed to appear on more than one percent of phones.

Intel claims Cannonlake improvements
Published in News


15 percent figure touted


Intel was showing a slide at its investor day yesterday which claims that Cannonlake will give a 15 percent performance improvement.

All-in-one sales expected to pick up again
Published in Notebooks


After three years of slump

Analysts are predicting that All-in-one PC sales will pick up a bit this year after a dismal performance for the last three years.

5G gets its logo
Published in Mobiles


The spec still has to be locked down 

3GPP, 3rd Generation Partnership Project, has launched the 3GPP official 5G logo and said that it should have the spec sorted out by 2018.

Wordpress sites under attack
Published in News


More than 1.5 million pages defaced


More than 1.5 million Wordpress sites have been defaced after hackers took advantage of a vulnerability in the REST API, patched in WordPress version 4.7.2.

Nvidia does better than expected
Published in Memory


Thanks to its artificial intelligence

While an Nvidia graphics chip seems to be hanging the office laptop's Outlook, the company has seen its quarterly revenue surge more than 50 percent for the second straight quarter and beat expectations.

Oppo is the new leader in China
Published in Mobiles


Beating Huawei, Apple and Xiaomi

Oppo managed a small miracle in 2016. The company achieved 122.2 Year over a Year growth increasing its market share from last year’s 8.2 percent to 16.8 percent, according to IDC beancounters.

Assange might be evicted
Published in News


Ecuador finding him an embarrassment

Julian Assange may soon be asked to leave the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been holed up to avoid questioning on Swedish sex charges since 2012.

Photo enhancement might be nearly with us
Published in News


Along with jet packs, Godot and AMD Zen chips

Television cop shows have been able to enhance photos for years, despite the fact that technology does not exist.

US will demand foreigners hand over social networking passwords
Published in News


Visit our country and we will spy on you


The US government is promising to spy on the social media accounts of any foreigner who has the misfortune to have to visit Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's country.