Phison to expand SSD range
Published in News


The River Phison swept me away....

NAND flash device controller supplier, which is not named after a biblical river, Phison Electronics is looking to expand its SSD operation in 2015.

EU about to sue Google
Published in News


Long expected anti-trust case 

The EU is pressing ahead with its plan to sue Google for anti-trust antics 

Nvidia’s new HQ back on schedule
Published in Graphics


Futuristic apparently

A year after moth balling its “futuristic new office project in Santa Clara” Nvidia. is again ready to get to work and start building again.

Plastic unfantastic as metal rulez
Published in News


Case makers slash capacity

Makers of plastic casings for notebooks and cutting back on their manufacturing capacity as punters demand natty metal-alloy-chassis.

Samsung refreshes EVO
Published in Memory


Supersmall drives for laptops

Samsung has refreshed its 850 EVO series by adding slim m.2 and mSATA verions.

Samsung provides 3D NAND flash to Google
Published in News


Coming right at ya

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured another hell on earth yarn that Samsung has agreed to supply Google with its advanced three-dimensional NAND flash (3D NAND) solid state drives (SSD).

Google announces sub $250 chromebooks
Published in Notebooks


There is no place like Chrome

Search engine outfit Google has announced a range of chromebooks which will be priced under $250

Intel releases N3000s
Published in Processors


Replaces Bay Trail-M and Bay Trail-D

Chipzilla has launched Intel N3000 series systems on a chip (SoCs), which will kill off Bay Trail-M and Bay Trail-D SoCs on the desktop and mobile PCs.

Kids playing adult computer games will be taken into care
Published in News


British Schools threaten parents

A club for school principals in Cheshire who have lost all sense of perspective have threatened to alert social services if children are found to be playing adult rated computer games.

WhatsApp starts to talk
Published in Mobiles


Everyone's talking at me, can't hear a world they are saying...

WhatsApp has commenced rollout of its voice calling feature to all users on Android.