Nvidia rolls out Geforce 411.63 WHQL driver
Published in Graphics

Game Ready and RTX Ready driver

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 411.63 WHQL driver which is both the Game Ready driver for a couple of new games as well as an RTX Ready driver, bringing support for its latest RTX series graphics cards, which should be shipping to their first customers as of yesterday.

Samsung confirms lower chip growth
Published in PC Hardware

Keep prices higher

Samsung is doing its best to keep chip prices high by cutting back on production. 

Tesla nicked using a smartphone
Published in Transportation

It is a doddle if you don't want to charge your car ever again

The security of the Tesla Model 3 has been called into question after one was stolen from a Mall of America in Minnesota using just a mobile app and a smartphone.

Samsung wins battle of the MPEG patents
Published in News

All is not well in MPEG land

The New York State Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned a $115 million judgment against Samsung over telly patents.

Google defends Gmail data sharing
Published in News

All automatic, nothing to see here

Google gave details about its policies for third-party Gmail add-ons but stopped short of adequately addressing questions from US senators about developers who break its email-scanning rules.

Car industry still needs more humans
Published in IoT

Roberts not Robots

Car industry employees should not be concerned about robots taking their jobs – at least not for the moment.

Apple copies China’s “black mirror” style citizen policy
Published in Mobiles

Are you a committed fanboy?

Jobs’ Mob is copying China’s dystopian citizen policy which removes credits from people who don’t conform until they become third class citizens with no rights.

IBM touts its cancer success
Published in AI

Winning battles not the war

The CEO of IBM, Ginni Rometty, has hit back on claims that IBM tech was not as successful at fighting cancer as it would like.

Qualcomm Snapdragon PC is not an overclocked 855
Published in Mobiles

Brand new chip with bigger GPU

There is a lot of right and wrong information floating around the web about the successor to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 and we wanted to set things straight in the face of misleading information. To our knowledge, the new always connected PC chip may not end up branded the SXC8180, but something simpler. And, secondly,  it is not a faster 855 overlocked, it is a brand new chip.

Atomic Radio will be with us soon
Published in News

Will still only play Taylor Swift and other junk

Boffins are close to shaking up wi-fi and broadcasting with the development of atomic radio thanks to the development of a new type of antenna capable of receiving signals across a much wider range of frequencies (more than four octaves) that is highly resistant to electromagnetic interference.