Intel denies chip design stuff-up
Published in Processors


Nothing to see here move on, please 

Intel has denied that there is a huge design problem with its chips which will mean a patch which could slow down its offerings by between five and 30 percent.

Tower of Babel grows as Roku has its say
Published in News


Help me, help me!

Roku will introduce a voice assistant with its technology later this year, entering what's getting to be a crowded space packed with the likes of Amazon, Google, Apple and more.

Spotify failed to pay for music use
Published in News


Publisher claims it owes more than a billion

Music streaming company Spotify was sued by Wixen Music Publishing for using thousands of songs, including those of Tom Petty, Neil Young and the Doors, without a licence and compensation to the music publisher.

Microsoft might start demanding your phone number
Published in News


Always asking for a little more personal information


Software giant Microsoft is getting a little stalkerish and is getting more persistent about asking for your phone number.

Chipzilla publishes a few more details of its RX Vega Graphics
Published in Graphics


In India

Sharp-eyed hacks at Anandtech who clearly did not celebrate New Year’s Eve, have found a small mention of the first ‘Intel Radeon RX Vega Graphics’ processor.

Intel stuff-up forces redesign of Windows and Linux
Published in Processors


Processors to take a 5-30 percent performance hit while AMD is laughing

It seems that Intel has forced Windows and Linux developers to come up with a software patch to cover a design flaw in its processors.

Windows 7 still beating Windows 10
Published in News


You can’t keep a good OS down

Windows 10 use was expected to overtake Windows 7 by the end of 2017, but according to the latest figures it did not happen.

Google money lost in Bermuda Triangle
Published in News


Bend it, shake it, anyway you want IT

Tech leviathan Google is up to its tax tricks again.

China's top AI chipmakers team up
Published in Processors


All contracted to TSMC 

China's major AI chipmakers, including HiSilicon, Cambricon Technologies, Horizon Robotics and DeePhi Tech,have signed up under the glorious TSMC umbrella

Gamer feud claims first real casualty
Published in News


And it was collateral damage

A feud between rival gamers has claimed its first fatality - made worse by the fact that it was a case of mistaken identity.