Intel does not believe users will care about processes
Published in Processors


14nm, 10nm users will never notice

Chipzilla thinks that users don’t give a monkey’s what process their chip has and will be more interested in its performance, according to a man with long job title.

Seagate still sees HDD future
Published in News


Will co-exist with SSD, like ebony and ivory 


Seagate might have been pushing into the solid state drive (SSD) market with shedloads of acquisitions or strategic alliances with SSD partners, but that does not mean that HDs are a thing of the past.

Wikipedia editors outsource spats to bots
Published in News


Remotely controlled obnoxious morons fight each other

Wikipedia editors are finding it so hard to be that obnoxious to magazines and researchers they don’t like and are outsourcing their work to bots – which are spending a lot of time fighting each other.

Apple steered boat crashes into ferry
Published in Games


Captain thought he could run on Apple Maps and an iPad

It is a while since we have had a story about an Apple fanboy who relied entirely on Apple Maps and ended up getting lost. But this guy was dumb enough to use his iPad to do his course navigation on his boat.

TCL releases three new Blackberries
Published in Mobiles


Brand resurrected


Blackberry might be sinking into a smartphone abyss but it seems that TCL is not wasting its time in building its product list sporting the brand.

Pixel laptop goes the way of the Dodo
Published in Notebooks


Did all it was supposed to do

Google’s senior vice president for hardware Rick Osterloh has hinted that the Pixel laptop will be going the way of Ned Stark from the Game of Thrones.

iPhones more likely to break than Android
Published in News


Particularly if you put them near me and a hammer

Apple’s build quality has dropped down the loo, according to mobile diagnostics outfit Blancco Technology Group.

Samsung buys trademark for Galaxy X
Published in Mobiles


Folding phone on its way

Maker of inflammatory phones and unfortunate backer of the wrong horse, Samsung has trademarked the name Galaxy X.

iPad supply chain sees doom ahead
Published in News


Not sure if the new iPad Pro will save their bacon


Those responsible for inflicting the iPad on the world are experiencing a rather large slice of karma, thanks mostly to their dependence on the fruity tax-dodging cargo cult.

TSMC 5nm risk production ready for 2019
Published in Processors


On track for the first half of the year

Although it is still a long way off into the future, TSMC said that it is on track to start risk production of 5nm chips in the first half of 2019.