Galaxy Note 6 gets the Snapdragon 823
Published in Mobiles


Qualcomm’s Unreleased most powerful chip

The Galaxy Note 6 will feature Qualcomm's most powerful mobile chip — the so-far unseen Snapdragon 823.

Apple’s iPhone SE has a Bluetooth fault
Published in Mobiles


Networking technology, Apple has heard of it

You would think that releasing a knock-off of an earlier model would save you having a few technical hitches but it appears that the Apple’s iPhone 5C clone the iPhone SE has a fault with its Bluetooth function.

Adobe’s Flash tester behind the times
Published in News


Chrome is more up-to-date

There has been a cock-up with Flash’s updates system which has left Chrome with a newer version of Flash than Adobe thinks is the latest.

PC shipments lowest since 2007
Published in News


9.6 per cent drop in a year

Beancounters at Gartner have been totting up some figures on a back of an envelope and reached the conclusion that PC shipments have dropped 9.6 percent.

Priv too pricy
Published in Mobiles
11 April 2016

Priv too pricy


Blackberry make cheaper ones next year

Blackberry has admitted that its Android-based Priv was too expensive and it is going to stick to cheap and cheerful from now on.

TSMC ramps up production on Intel’s modem
Published in Mobiles


IPhone 7 believed to be the target

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn about TSMC ramping up production of Intel’s XMM 7360 LTE modem.

Chinese restaurants fire robot staff
Published in News


Here I am, a brain the size of a planet, and they want me to serve fries.

Three Chinese restaurants in Guangzhou have been forced to fire all of their robot staff because they were about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

Samsung grabbing Intel’s coat-tails
Published in Processors


Market share gap closing

Samsung is closing in on Intel in the semiconductor sector as its market share increased by 0.9 percent when compared to a year earlier.

ASML starts shipping EUV test machines
Published in News


Could be used by 2018

Extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) lithography is working and could be used in Moore Law saving high-volume chip manufacturing as early as 2018.

Foxconn denies tax evasion
Published in News


Caught up in Panama

Apple’s favourite business partner appears to have caught up in an accusaion that it is following the fruity cargo cult’s habit of hiding income in off-shore operations.