Croatian NOA N10 is another bezel less notched
Published in Mobiles


iPhone X looking Helio P23

Croatian company NOA  is getting ready for  MWC 2018 and it pre-announced its NOA N10 phone g 6.2-inch FHD+ INCELL screen with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB.

Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai steps down
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Company's second "mid-range" business plan starts in April


Sony's top corporate executive is pruning himself from the branches of CEO and passing the baton of leadership to new management, according to the company's latest press release. Kazuo Hirai, who served six years as CEO, will soon become Chairman in a move that allows him to focus on other strategies and milestone targets under a second "mid-range" business plan that starts in April.

Plextor launches its new M8V series SATA SSDs
Published in Cloud


Coming in 2.5-inch and M.2-2280 form-factors

Plextor has announced its new M8V series of value-oriented SSDs that will be available in 2.5-inch and M.2 form-factors, feature SATA 6Gbps interface and come in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB capacities.

Asus to unveil Zenfone 5 at MWC 2018
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Might even be a series of three phones

Asus has now officially announced its press event for the Mobile World Congress 2018 that will be held on February 27th, where the company is expected to announce its new Zenfone 5 smartphone.

Ford patents police car which issues tickets without stopping you
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It can also plan ambushes

Ford has developed a patent for a police car that issues tickets without even pulling you over and an use AI to find good hiding spots to catch traffic violators.

Intel upgrades NUCs
Published in News
01 February 2018

Intel upgrades NUCs


Lower power powered

Chipzilla is updating its NUCs with new models including the “Hades Canyon” gaming model (with AMD graphics), a “Bean Canyon” model sporting 8th-Gen Intel Coffee Lake chips, and a new entry-level set of “June Canyon” computers with low-power Celeron and Pentium chips based on the new Gemini Lake architecture.

AMD promises to make more GPUs available
Published in PC Hardware


It looks like cryptocurrency mining demand will continue

AMD has decided that cryptocurrency mining demand will continue a bit longer and is going to step up production of its Radeon products.

Microsoft beats Wall Street thanks to cloudy fortune
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Paid $13.8 billion tax bill

Software King of the World Microsoft beat the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street’s profit forecast thanks to its growth in its cloud computing business but took a $13.8 billion one-time charge due to the new tax law which enabled it to bring its colossal cash mountain to the US.

Samsung gets into Bitcoin
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Will build mining chips

Samsung has seen all those people making a lot of cash out of the bit mining bubble and thought "I'll be 'aving some of that".

Qualcomm beats Wall Street’s estimates
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Looks like Apple not paying its bills could not stop it

Qualcomm beat Wall Street estimates across the board for its first quarter earnings on Wednesday.