Custom Radeon RX 5500 from XFX smiles for camera
Published in Graphics

Possibly a part of the XFX THICC series

What appears to be a custom Radeon RX 5500 series from XFX has found its way online, showing a rather neat all-black design that could easily be XFX's new THICC series addition.

Pixelbook Go is Google's new flagship Chromebook
Published in Mobiles

13.3-inch FHD or 4K screen and Intel's 8th-gen CPUs

In addition to the Google Pixel 4 smartphones, Google has also unveiled the new Pixelbook Go Chromebook, describing it as a "more affordable and portable" Chromebook, which is not a surprise since it is quite thin and light, as well as having prices start at $649.

Google Stadia launches on November 19th
Published in Gaming

Pre-orders to ship out soon

Google has officially announced that Stadia, its own game streaming platform, will launch on November 19th, while pre-orders of Founder's Edition and Premiere Edition will start shipping soon.

Encryption equals freedom
Published in News

Snowden warns of the new battleground

Security whistleblower Edward Snowden has warned that the world is facing its biggest security crisis in history as governments attempt to undermine encryption.

Google's privacy tools worthless
Published in News

A chocolate teapot for customers and more for PR

Google's new privacy tools do very little to protect user privacy, even if they make the search engine outfit look good in the eyes of regulators.

Robot wars begin
Published in News
16 October 2019

Robot wars begin

Somehow robot versus shark is a little disappointing

Roomba robotic vacuum maker IRobot Corp is suing rival SharkNinja for copying a device of theirs and selling it at "half the price".

Capital One hack showed problems on Amazon Cloud
Published in Cloud

Analysts starting to get worried

The Capital One hack might have been down to the corporate structures of third-party contractor Amazon.

Kids can easily bypass Apple Screen Time
Published in Mobiles

Don’t outsource parenting to Jobs’ Mob

Apple fanboys who believe that they can outsource parenting to their favourite company beware – your child can bypass Apple Screen Time.

Security people fear their toilets being hacked
Published in IoT

IoT throws everything down the pan

Bog standard research from hardware security company nCipher suggests that IT security professionals are rather insecure about IoT and are becoming worried that even their toilets are leaking secret information.

Google officially unveils new Pixel 4 smartphones
Published in Mobiles

90Hz OLED screen, new telephoto camera system, gestures and more

Google has now officially unveiled its new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL smartphones, both coming with Snapdragon 855 SoC, new 90Hz OLED screen, new rear camera system backed by the Google Pixel Neural Core, as well as hand gestures backed by Soli radar.