Intel now suffers from TPM-FAIL
Published in News


Allows an attacker to retrieve cryptographic keys

Intel has fixed two vulnerabilities discovered by a team of academics called TPM-FAIL that could allow an attacker to retrieve cryptographic keys stored inside TPMs.

Apple finally realises that being a bit thick helps
Published in News


User-based modelling

Apple has finally realised that making its products a bit thicker makes them work better.

New Razr slashes your wallet
Published in Mobiles


It'll cost $1,499

Motorola has officially announced the successor to the Motorola Razr which keeps the same general form factor of its icon past but replaces the T9 keypad and small LCD with a 6.2-inch foldable plastic OLED panel and Android 9 Pie.

Yoga pants of semiconductors
Published in News


Stretchable and degradable

 ACS Central Science has developed stretchable, degradable semiconductors that could find a home in health and environmental monitoring.

Carmack leaves Oculus
Published in IoT
14 November 2019

Carmack leaves Oculus


More interested in AI

John Carmack, the chief technology officer of Facebook’s VR subsidiary Oculus, said he is clearing out his desk and exiting the building after becoming more interested in AI.

Apple officially unveils the new 16-inch Macbook Pro
Published in Mobiles


Updated: Largest Retina screen, new keyboard, and new hardware

As expected and rumored earlier, Apple has now officially unveiled its new 16-inch Macbook Pro, coming with the largest Retina screen so far, new keyboard and Force Touch trackpad, Touch Bar, Touch ID, and all new hardware, including up to 8-core CPU, new Radeon Pro 5000M series GPUs, up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 8TB of storage.

Apple's 16-inch Macbook Pro gets Radeon Pro 5500M graphics
Published in Graphics


Pro version of the Radeon 5500M with 24 CUs

According to a leak, it appears that Apple has gone for AMD's RDNA architecture GPU with its rumored 16-inch Macbook Pro, which will get Radeon Pro 5500M graphics.

Nvidia brings new Geforce 441.20 WHQL driver
Published in Graphics


Game Ready for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Stormland

Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 441.20 WHQL-certified graphics driver which brings optimizations for the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Stormland games, as well as new support for a couple of G-SYNC Compatible displays, and several bug fixes.

Nvidia Ampere GPU will be launched at GTC
Published in Graphics


According to Raymond James analyst Chris Caso's tarot cards

Raymond James analyst Chris Caso has been telling the world+dog about the timetable that he thinks Nvidia has in mind for its next-gen GPUs.

Shedloads of 5G bugs revealed
Published in Network


Not up to snuff

5G suppliers and telcos are rapidly discovering that the bleeding edge tech is haemorrhaging bugs.