Intel thinks PCs will come back
Published in Processors

But tablets are history

The PC will make a comeback, but the so-called Tablet revolution is history, according to the Chipmaker who missed out on it.

HP is now cut in two
Published in News
02 November 2015

HP is now cut in two

End of an error

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has formally cut itself in two today in a move to turn around its fortunes.

Refunds for Batman on PC
Published in Games

No Joker – the game is broken

Warner Bros has started offering refunds for Batman: Arkham Knight on PC after finally admitting that the game was broken.

Batman: Arkham Knight returning to PC on October 28
Published in Games

Four months since it has been recalled

Warner Bros has announced that Batman: Arkham Knight will be returning to PC, after the game has been recalled four months ago.

Intel sells pre-built NUC
Published in Notebooks

No longer just bare bones

Intel has started selling its barebone NUC mini PC prebuilt for a $255 price tag.

Acer sticks its elbows out
Published in Notebooks

Looking at gaming as a way out

Acer has said it wants to get away from price competition and has launched products such as gaming tablets and PCs.

US dollar kills PCs
Published in News
09 October 2015

US dollar kills PCs

Sales continue to fall

Beancounters at Gartner say that the rising US dollar is helping to kill off PC sales.

Nvidia launches Geforce Now cloud gaming sevice
Published in Games

Nvidia GRID becomes US $7.99/month priced Geforce Now

While Nvidia GRID has been available for free to all Nvidia Shield users as a beta service for quite some time, Nvidia is now finally ready to take it out of the beta phase and launch the new Geforce Now cloud gaming service.

Germans fascinated with two-in-ones
Published in News

Unificaton is very precise

Germany appears to be jolly interested in unification again and are fast becoming the blue-eyed poster boys for two-in-one computers.

Brits prefer smartphones
Published in Mobiles

Overtaken laptops

The British regulator Ofcom has said that smartphones have overtaken laptops as the preferred way for Britons to go online.