Samsung readies its foldable phone
Published in Mobiles


And so it comes to pass

We've already reported on Samsung's plans to create a  mobile phone with a foldable screen, but now it looks like it will be released in 2019.

HTC axes 1,500 people
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Restructures business


Troubled Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has laid off 1,500 members of its staff as it continues to restructure its business.

Government pushes to ban smartphones in schools
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Phoney war breaks out

A senior minister in Theresa May's fragile UK government said schools should ban the use of mobile phones.

Samsung unveils the new Chromebook Plus (V2)
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Decent hardware and built-in pen

Samsung has unveiled its new version of the Chromebook Plus 2-in-1 convertible with a hardware upgrade, and built-in pen, so it is quite a shame it runs on Chrome OS.

Asus ROG Phone crawls to the top of benchmark charts
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Thanks to an overclocked Snapdragon 845 SoC

Early benchmarks of the Asus ROG phone put it at the top of benchmark charts, which does not come as a surprise considering it uses binned Snapdragon 845 SoCs which can run at 2.96GHz.

Core i7-8086K gets delidded and overclocked to 7,243MHz
Published in PC Hardware


By Roman "Der8auer" Hartung

We already had a hunch that Intel's 40th anniversary Core i7-8086K could be an impressive overclocker and Roman "Der8auer" Hartung has already delidded it and overclocked it to an impressive 7,243MHz under LN2.

Intel: X86 not sexy, oily data is
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Submerge yourself in a deep data lake

The CEO of chip giant Intel has looked into his crystal ball, read some tea leaves and shuffled his Tarot cards and predicted that Big Data will have the same impact on human existence as oil.

Man posts porn on Ebay by mistake
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Owl be seeing you later

A man trying to flog a Beswick figurine of an owl on auction site Ebay snapped a screen on his HP laptop that displayed naked porn stars.

Facebook screws up on privacy front again
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Grovels to 14 million people

A Facebook bug means that 14 million people may have posted their private information to the whole of the world that uses the social media tool.

ZTE pays a billion to carry on trading
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We're really really sorry

Chinese manufacturer ZTE will slip the US a billion dollars so that it can continue to buy stuff for its phones from America.