Nvidia caught with slower Geforce MX150 for Ultrabooks
Published in Graphics

The MX150 1D12 is 20-25 percent slower

Nvidia has quietly launched a new version of the Geforce MX150 mobile GPU for Ultrabooks which is actually quite slower than the original one.

4A Games' Metro Exodus to support Nvidia RTX technology
Published in Games

Should put a lot of strain on the hardware

4A Games has confirmed that its upcoming Metro Exodus game will support Nvidia's recently announced RTX raytracing technology.

Seagate announces Exos X14 enterprise HDD
Published in News

With new MACH.2 and HAMR technologies

Seagate has officially announced its newest Exos 14 HDD at the OCP summit, a helium-filled 14TB HDD aimed at the enterprise market, which uses new MACH.2 Multi Actuator and HAMR technologies, allowing it to hit a record 480MB/s sustained throughput.

ADATA launches XPG SX8200 PCIe M.2 SSD
Published in Memory

Coming in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities

ADATA has announced its newest XPG-series SX8200 PCIe NVMe 1.3 M.2 SSD which will be available in 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB capacities and offer transfer speeds of up to 3200MB/s for read and 1700MB/s for write.

Barracuda snaps at European cloud cluelessness
Published in News

Most still think on-premise security is better

New research from Barracuda shows that while cloud has been a industry bussword for some time, most EU businesses are clueless when it comes to the technology.

Uber death driver is convicted felon
Published in News

With a record of traffic violations

The operator of the Uber self-driving automobile is known to the police and as well as being convicted of attempted armed robbery has a string of traffic offences, it has emerged.

US tech heads to China
Published in News

As Trade War prospect looms

US technology giants have booked their flights to China this weekend as the prospect of a trade war between the US and the Middle Kingdom looms.

Vatican snuggles up with Silicon Valley
Published in News

In god's name make our bronze age moral code relevant

The Roman Catholic church, which has just got used to the idea that the earth goes around the sun, is turning to Silicon Valley to help make its homophobic, misogynistic, contraception hating, protectors of kiddie fiddlers relevant for the 21st century.

Android to get 3D face recognition
Published in News

Tame Apple Press fury at face off 

Android manufacturers say that they will adopt some form of 3D face recognition and Huawei will be the first to get a product on the market, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo

Oculus patents VR gloves
Published in Wearables

Attempts to make VR a bit more of thriller

Oculus has shown a little of its thinking when it comes to ways to interact with virtual reality worlds by getting two patents for a type of VR glove.