Mobile gaming set to dominate
Published in Gaming

Half the industry could be mobile gaming.

Reports from suggest that by 2030, mobile gaming could account for over 50 per cent of the total industry revenue.

Microsoft building a mobile app store
Published in Gaming

Xbox related

Software king of the world, Microsoft, is planning to open a mobile app store to give Apple and Google a run for their money.

Intel brings 14th Gen Raptor Lake Refresh HX-series mobile CPUs
Published in Mobiles

Up to 24-cores, higher boost clock, and 192GB DDR5 support

In addition to plenty of 14th gen Raptor Lake Refresh desktop SKUs, Intel has unveiled its new 14th Gen Raptor Lake Refresh HX-series mobile processors at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. These will bring improved performance thanks to higher clocks and other improvements and even promise some decent gaming performance, especially thanks to Intel APO.

Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 officially launches with Qualcomm SD 8 Gen 2 SoC
Published in Mobiles

Thinner, new hinge, better screens, quad camera system, and more

After all the teasers and leaks, Xiaomi has officially announced its new Mix Fold 3 smartphone, refining the design, and equipping it with better screens, a quad-camera system, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.

Intel quietly adds Arc A570M and A530M GPUs
Published in Graphics

Based on ACM-G12 GPU

Intel has quietly added two more mobile graphics cards to the Arc A-series family, the Arc A570M, and the Arc A530M. Packing 16 and 12 Xe-Cores, these two GPUs have been spotted in the latest GPU driver and confirmed to use the ACM-G12 GPU.

AMD unveils Ryzen 9 7945HX3D flagship mobile processor
Published in PC Hardware

Laptops get 3D V-cache memory

AMD has announced its new Ryzen 9 7945HX3D mobile processor, claiming the world+s faster mobile gaming processor, and bringing 3D vertical cache memory to the mobile CPU range. The Ryzen 9 7945HX3D is a 16-core/32-thread SKU with 64MB of 3D V-cache.

AI lets cameras catch you on your mobile
Published in AI

Something else they can fine you for 

UK coppers are using an AI-based camera system to catch drivers using mobile phones or not wearing a seat belt.

Aussies more optimistic about their mobile service
Published in Mobiles

Still coming the raw prawn, just less often 

A new report by Australia’s telco watchdog recorded almost 80,000 complaints about phone and internet services in the last financial year.

AMD introduces new naming scheme for its future mobile processors
Published in PC Hardware

Trying to clear up some confusion in that market segment

As of next year, AMD is introducing a new naming scheme for its mobile processors, trying to clear up some confusion in that market segment.

Tsar Putin gets Linux to run on desktop and mobile
Published in Mobiles

Special operation

In Tsar Putin’s Russian there is no need for a different operating system on your phone and PC after its developers have developed a special edition that invades both.