"Arrogant" Apple falls foul of Tsar Putin
Published in Mobiles


Price fixing allegations

Fruity cargo cult Apple's arrogant attitude to its business partners might have earned it a price fixing court case in Tsar Putin's Russia.

MSI expects to see GPU boost
Published in Motherboards


Four milllion this year

MSI is laughing all the way to the bank because of rising game notebook sales.

TSMC readies MediaTek's 10nm SoC
Published in Processors


Helio, is it me you are looking for?

TSMC is gearing up to build MediaTek's new Helio X30 SoC using the 10nm process and it looks like everything will be set for volume production in the first quarter of 2017.

Qualcomm chips have four major holes
Published in Processors


Like four donuts

Some Qualcomm chips have four serious holes which allow potential attackers to "trigger privilege escalations for the purpose of gaining root access to a device."

Mobile GTX 1070 performance leaked
Published in Graphics


Ahead of expected Gamescom announcement


We are expecting shedloads of next-generation mobile graphics cards to launch soon and Nvidia is expected to use Gamescom 2016 on 17-21 August but it looks like the performance of the new GTX 1070 has leaked out before hand.

LG V20 specs leaked
Published in Mobiles
08 August 2016

LG V20 specs leaked


Looks like it will have a 5.7-Inch QHD Display

LG is going to following up its V10 with the V20 on 6 September and a few leaks about the specs appear to have surprised a few people.

Nissan wants to sell its battery stake
Published in News


She's electric

Nissan Motors  is in talks with Panasonic and others over its controlling stake in a car battery manufacturing venture, sources said.

Blackberry turns into patent troll
Published in Mobiles


Sues Avaya

Troubled mobile phone maker BlackBerry has decided to make a bit more money by suing those it thinks stole its ideas.

Nigerian spam scammers infect themselves with malware
Published in News


Send your bank account details to save them

A group of Nigerian scammers might have accidently infected themselves with the same malware they want their victims to download.

Nvidia doing well in automotive
Published in Graphics


Auto cash flowing into the graphics card maker

The driverless car market is expected to grow to $42 billion by 2025 and Nvidia has a cunning plan to grab as much of that market as possible with its current automotive partnerships.