EA Games profits better than expected
Published in News


Battlefield Hardline sales good

Electronic Arts has surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street with better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue.

Apple faces more anti-trust music
Published in News


Because it is too caring and sharing

Apple's wheeling and dealing with the record labels is under US antitrust scrutiny as it might turn out to be a little bit illegal.

Major AMD refresh planned for next year
Published in News


Needs it

AMD was planning a financial analyst's day on Wednesday, but it seems that materials from the event may have leaked out.

Lenovo releases thin powerful laptops
Published in Notebooks


LaVie Z and LaVie Z 360

Lenovo has really been getting ahead of things of late and been coming up with some designs which leave more expensive models to shame.

Ipad sales plummeting fast
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More than 20 per cent in 2015

Shipments for Apple iPad products will be down over 20 per cent on year in 2015, according to sources within the Taiwanese supply chain.

Mediatek second largest LTE processor maker
Published in Processors


Strategy Analytics sings its praise

MediaTek has established itself as the world's second-largest maker of Long-Term Evolution (LTE)-enabled cellular baseband processors in 2014.

General Electric teams up with Apple, Qualcomm
Published in News


Build a more expensive lightbulb

General Electric has teamed up with Qualcomm and the fruity cargo cult apple to build digital technology into LED lightbulbs.

Cisco finally picks new boss
Published in News


Took them 16 months

After 16 months, Cisco has finally picked the person to replace CEO John Chambers.

HP outs AMD R9 380
Published in Graphics


Envy Phoenix desktops will have them

HP says its upcoming Envy Phoenix desktops will feature none other than "AMD R9 380" graphics, even if AMD still hasn't publicly confirmed the existence of its GeForce "killers."

Rumours suggest a Zenphone Atom snub
Published in Mobiles


Snapdragon bites back

When Asus hit the headlines by announcing that it was going to be the first to run 4 GB of RAM; in a smartphone, it was believed that Intel wold be celebrating too.