Toshiba  comes up with single-chip wireless power receiver
Published in Processors

Can operate at 15 watts

Toshiba America Electronic Components (TEAC) has come up with what it claims is the first single-chip wireless power receiver that can operate at 15 watts and is compliant with the wireless charging Qi v1.2, standard.

Couple ran malware service arrested
Published in News

It is nice when a couple share their hobbies

Two Brits have been arrested and charged with running the encryption site which VXers have been using to test their malware.

UK’s nukes vulnerable to cyber attack
Published in News

Trident now a dangerous white elephant

The UK government has wasted billions on a controversial nuclear weapons system which might be vulnerable to a cyber-attack.

Li-Fi is 100 times faster than Wi-Fi
Published in Network

Does not run on political spin, like the name suggests

A new form of wireless networking has been successfully tested to be 100 times faster than wi-fi.

Windows 10 will be the biggest OS ever
Published in News

Maybe Apple will support it

Beancounters at analyst outfit Gartner have decided that Windows 10 will eventually be the most successful of Redmond's creations.

Sony denies working on its own chips
Published in Processors

And we are not selling our mobile division either

Sony has been at the centre of a few rumours lately and it appears that Sony Corporation President and CEO Kazuo Hirai has had to go on record with a fairly big list of denials.

LG’s faulty watch had faulty component
Published in Wearables

Reduced image quality over time

LG has confirmed that it pulled its LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition off shelves after six days because it contained a component with the potential to reduce image quality on the device.

Intel gets Qualcomm’s Renduchintala
Published in Processors

Expect something fabless

Chipzilla has announced that it has a new president Dr. Venkata "Murthy" Renduchintala which it appeared to have headhunted from Qualcomm.

Quanta and Wistron doing well out of servers
Published in News

Succeeding at Dell and HP's expense

Quanta and Wistron say they are landing more cloud server orders from their clients in 2016 as Internet service providers see HP and Dell as too pricy.

Samsung guts R&D staff
Published in News
23 November 2015

Samsung guts R&D staff

Two thirds to go

Samsung Electronics is about to decrease personnel at its Samsung Seoul R&D Campus by as many as two-thirds in order to restructure its business model and operations