Intel makes it easy for you to build a robot army
Published in Wearables


Time to take over the world

Chipzilla is putting a lot of effort into helping people build their own robots and drones at home.

Apple invokes the ancient gods for car business
Published in News


Might have chosen the wrong ones

Apple has been trying to draft ancient gods into its cult to develop its self-driving car.  Like the car it might backfire badly.

Rockstar dismisses Grand Theft Auto’s designer’s lawsuit
Published in Games


Claims it is “bizarre”


The bloke who claims to be behind the multimillion-selling Grand Theft Auto series is suing the publisher Rockstar for reneging on a 2009 royalties deal.

$15 Quark kit goes on sale
Published in Wearables
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 12:56

$15 Quark kit goes on sale


Cheapest thing Intel has made

Quark Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000 is going on sale for $15, making it the cheapest thing that Intel has ever made.

iPhone SE is too small and out-of-date
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 12:01

iPhone SE is too small and out-of-date


Even the Telegraph mocks the iPhone SE


Sometimes even the Tame Apple Press has to admit that Apple has cheated on its promises and the British Telegraph’s review on the iPhone SE is one such example.

Nvidia will launch three cards in June
Published in Graphics
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 11:32

Nvidia will launch three cards in June


GP 104-400, GP 104-200 and GP 104-150 based

We already know that Nvidia and its hardware partners will be launching gaming and enthusiast Pascal GeForce GTX 1000 series graphics cards soon and now it looks like we know a little bit more about them.

HTC has announced its cutdown 10 LIfestyle
Published in Mobiles
Wednesday, 13 April 2016 11:14

HTC has announced its cutdown 10 LIfestyle


For those who can’t afford a perfect 10

HTC is set to offer its cut down version of the HTC 10 in parts of the world which can’t afford the full deal.

Microsoft developing laptop powered by a phone
Published in Mobiles


Windows 10 phone in Continuum mode

Microsoft is developing a laptop that runs off a Windows 10-powered phone in Continuum mode.

French build their own exaflop supercomputer
Published in News


Ready by 2020

The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission has written a cheque to the Atos to build a supercomputer it hopes will reach exaflop levels of performance by 2020.

Microsoft tries to make BSOD friendlier
Published in News
Tuesday, 12 April 2016 13:25

Microsoft tries to make BSOD friendlier


Lipstick on a pig


Software giant Microsoft is working to make Windows' infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) a little friendlier, adding a quick-response code (QR code) which can be scanned with a smartphone or tablet.