Wargaming to bring Ray Tracing to World of Tanks
Published in Gaming


Cooperation with Intel and for all graphics cards

Wargaming has released a bit more information regarding future updates for World of Tanks, and it appears that the company is working on bringing Ray Tracing support to its new enCore engine which will bring additional eye-candy to the game.

Tiger Lake specs spotted
Published in PC Hardware
17 September 2019

Tiger Lake specs spotted


Making a clean sweep of the specs

It is starting to look like Tiger Lake-U will feature a 50 per cent  increase in L3 cache capacity, going from 8MB to 12MB.

Samsung and LG argue over what is 8K
Published in News


Ours is better than yours

Samsung and LG are clashing over the image quality of their 8K TVs, each claiming that their ultra-high-definition televisions are "the bestest" and the other smells of a Nintendo gaming system.

HTC announces new CEO
Published in News
17 September 2019

HTC announces new CEO


Former Orange man replaces Wang

HTC announced that it has appointed a former executive from telecom giant Orange, Yves Maitre, as its new CEO.

Google sends out press invites for October 15th event
Published in Mobiles


Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL incoming

As rumored earlier, Google has now sent out press invites for its upcoming event which will take place on October 15th in New York City.

SAP needs to listen more to its customers
Published in Cloud


SAP user group complains

The maker of esoteric business software, which no one knows what it actually does, SAP needs to be more responsive in meeting the needs of its customers as they make the transition to the digital era.

Oracle and VMware reach cloud deal
Published in Cloud


Bury the hatchet

Oracle and VMware announced a deal designed to resolve years of tension over how Oracle handles technical support for VMware users and make it easier for them to move to Oracle’s cloud computing service.

Microsoft new Surface might come with AMD hardware
Published in Mobiles


As well as a 15-inch screen model

Since Microsoft has scheduled a big Surface event for October 2nd, there were plenty of rumors floating around, suggesting that we might see both a larger 15-inch version of the new Surface Laptop, as well as first-ever one based on AMD hardware.

Apple takes on the EU
Published in News
17 September 2019

Apple takes on the EU


We pay enough tax thanks

Apple fights the world's most significant tax case this week in a desperate bid to avoid paying tax in the EU and show its regulators who are boss.

Stallman resigns from MIT
Published in News
17 September 2019

Stallman resigns from MIT


Stands down as president from the Free Software Foundation and its board of directors

Free software messiah Richard Stallman has resigned from MIT, and as president and board member of the Free Software Foundation.