Intel is draining AMD
Published in Processors


Not just soft sales

AMD is losing ground against Intel and it is not just because of poor PC sales.

HP thinks the future is Flash
Published in News


It will save everyone of us

The maker of jolly expensive printer ink, HP believes that there is now a move from legacy storage environments to flash-based systems.

Nvidia adds AI improvements to CUDA
Published in Graphics


Updated to 16-bit floating point arithmetic

Nvidia has sexed up its CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) parallel programming platform and application programming interface.

Apple Watch sales fall by 90 per cent
Published in Wearables


Apple has another lemon

It is turning out exactly as we said – sales of Apple's latest cure for cancer have slumped to a shadow of their initial "glory."

Windows 10 for mobile no great shakes
Published in Mobiles


Suppliers are still not enthused

While many Windows 10 to spark an interest in the PC and Notebook market, mobile makers, who should also see a knock on effect are not enthused.

BBC shows off new microcontroller
Published in Motherboards


Packed full of open source goodness

The BBC has shown the final design of its Micro Bit educationally-targeted microcontroller.

Torvalds dismisses AI fears
Published in News


"What drugs are these guys on?"

Linus Torvalds has made it clear that he does not understand the fear people have about artificial intelligence.

Sony will keep making smartphones
Published in Mobiles


Forget the rumours

Despite some pretty strong rumours to the contrary, Sony has said that it will keep making smartphones, despite not being able to make much dosh on them.

Samsung reports best profit in a year
Published in News


Still declining

Samsung appears to be slowly headed out of trouble and is to report its best profits in a year.

Qualcomm and Apple face China syndrome
Published in News


Job's Mob melt-down 

It seems that we were right, the Tame Apple Press is preparing the world for a failure in China.