Samsung in a Spin
Published in Notebooks
05 November 2015

Samsung in a Spin

Two Ultra HD notebooks

After not doing much on the notebook front this year, Samsung has just released two ultra-hd models.

Intel thinks PCs will come back
Published in Processors

But tablets are history

The PC will make a comeback, but the so-called Tablet revolution is history, according to the Chipmaker who missed out on it.

Intel dumps a pile of cash in China
Published in News

Targeted building up of Chinese firms

Intel Capital is putting a ton of cash into Chinese businesses in a move that will get it onside with the Chinese government.

Microsoft will block SHA-1
Published in News

Shutting out the spooks and other criminals

Software Giant Microsoft has joined Mozilla and will consider blocking the SHA-1 hashing algorithm on Windows to keep the US spooks from using it to spy on users computers.

Apple rumoured to be thinking small
Published in Mobiles

VW of tech too late to think big

Jumping on the phablet bandwagon years behind the rest of the market cost the VW of tech, Apple,  big dollars, so now it is rumoured to be thinking small in a bid to claw back its “innovation” image.

Tizen is more popular than Blackberry
Published in Mobiles

Sorry Blackberry fans another negative story

We are in a bind here, we get accused of bashing Blackberry and told that really it is the best thing in the world, while at the same time its slow slide into obscurity continues.

Wales wants Apple to stop selling iPhones in UK
Published in Mobiles

Scotland does not care

Wackypedia leader Jimmy Wales has suggested that Apple should stop selling its popular iPhone line in the UK

Tame Apple Press trying to pin a bendgate on Nexus
Published in Mobiles

Snapped it in half

The Tame Apple Press is rubbing its paws with glee after news leaked out that it is not just the iPhone that bends.

PuzzlePhone promises rival for Project Ara
Published in Mobiles

If either project does not fall to bits 

There is a new entrant in the modular smartphones game – PuzzlePhone.

Nvidia enters Game of Drones with K1
Published in Mobiles

DJI drone gets Nvidia embedded computer

Consumer drone maker DJI has announced that Nvidia’s K1 chip will be brains behind its Matrice 100 drone.