Apple investigated for “planned obsolescence”
Published in News


French do not like the idea of battery throttling

Officer of the lure, Inspector Clouseau, is taking on his biggest case to bring down the fruity cargo cult Apple.

IBM still breaking patent records
Published in News


Still inventing like a mad thing


While the media attention has shifted away from Biggish Blue in the hardware world, there are signs that the company is still quietly getting on with it and inventing things.

Nuvias gives top five cloud predictions
Published in News


Everything will be cloud based

Karl Roe, VP Services & Cloud Solutions at Nuvias, has been shuffling his tarot cards and made a stab at predicting what’s in store for organisations using the cloud in 2018. He thinks it will be a big year for cloudy companies.

Intel CEO talks about Spectres, meltdowns, drones and cars
Published in News


CES 2018 keynote

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is not avoiding talking about the Spectre and Meltdown bugs. At his opening keynote at CES 2018 Krzanich tackled the issue from the start.

Qualcomm releases two home hub products
Published in Mobiles


SDA624 and SDA212 system SoCs support Android Things

Qualcomm has announced two Home Hub platforms supporting Google’s Android Things.

Jaguar puts Snapdragons under bonnet
Published in Processors


Partnership announced at CES

Qualcomm has scored a partnership with Jaguar Land Rover which will see Snapdragons powering the car maker’s telematics, infotainment and digital cluster, integrated connectivity, and rear seat entertainment.

AMD cuts Ryzen prices
Published in Processors
09 January 2018

AMD cuts Ryzen prices


By up to 30 percent

AMD has implemented a price cut for some of its Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs, ranging anywhere from eight to 30 percent.

Intel announces Hades Canyon NUC
Published in News


Powered by AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics

Following the launch of its 8th Generation Core with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics chips, Intel has also announced its new Intel NUC, codenamed Hades Canyon.

AMD announces 7nm Vega
Published in Graphics
08 January 2018

AMD announces 7nm Vega


Instinct, artificial intelligence first

Lisa Su has announced Vega 7nm as a machine learning "instinct part" first. AMD is quite clear that this is for machine learning first and don’t want to comment on our curiosity whether Vega 7nm can make it to the market as a gaming product soon.

Raja’s replacement at AMD will come from outside
Published in Graphics


Several confirmations

Without pointing any fingers and naming any names, Fudzilla had confirmation that Raja Koduri's successor to run the graphics side of the business will come from outside of AMD.