EA releases preliminary Battlefield V minimum system requirements
Published in Gaming


Quite reasonable hardware requirements

To big surprise, EA has released PC minimum system requirements for its freshly announced Battlefield V game and although it is a bit early, it does not appear that you'll need a new hardware compared to the Battlefield 1.

Nvidia release Geforce 397.93 WHQL Game Ready driver
Published in Graphics


One to have for State of Decay 2 and The Crew Beta

Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 397.93 WHQL Game Ready driver update which has day-one optimizations for State of Decay 2 and upcoming The Crew Beta games as well as plenty of bug fixes.

AMD releases Radeon Software 18.5.1 WHQL driver
Published in Graphics


One driver to rule them all

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.5.1 WHQL driver, which brings a couple of new things but it is also the first WHQL-certified unified driver, which means it now supports Radeon graphics cards as well as new APUs.

Don't give me steam
Published in Gaming


Apple blocks Steam Apps

Apple has blocked the plans of the biggest distributor of PC-based video games to extend its reach into iPhones because, while it would give users access to a lot of games, Steam did not want to gut its bottom line and give Apple all its profits.

Apple signs deal with VW
Published in Transportation


Fruity cargo cult will work with Hitler's favourite car company

The super-green Apple will work alongside a European car maker which has been fined for fiddling its emission ratings to take control of its employee's self-driving shuttles.

Apple knew its iPhone would bend
Published in Mobiles


It still denied it

Fruity cargo cult Apple knew that its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were designed in such a way that they would bend, according to internal documents.

Essential surplus to requirements
Published in Mobiles


Andy Rubins cancels phone development

Andy Rubin's Essential Products business is considering selling itself and has cancelled development of a new smartphone.

US court rules against Samsung over iPhone design
Published in Mobiles


Neither side happy

A US court has ruled that Samsung must pay Apple $539 million for infringing five patents with Android phones it sold in 2010 and 2011, but there are major reasons why Apple will not be happy with the verdict.

ZTE named and shamed as shipping with malware
Published in Mobiles


Maybe the FBI was right

Researchers at Avast Threat Labs say that more than 100 different low-cost Android devices from manufacturers like ZTE, Archos, and myPhone come with malware pre-installed.

GDPR sends email into a tailspin
Published in News


Heavy rain, interspersed with scattered showers

With only a few hours to go before the introduction of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), peoples' email inboxes are filling with what can only be described as high level spam.