Intel does not think you need a GPU for HPC
Published in Graphics


Nvidia is losing ground to the coprocessor

Nvidia might have scored a few wins by touting its GPU’s in the HPC market, but it is starting to lose ground to the co-processor, according to Intel’s Diane Bryant.

Apple too late to build a car
Published in News


Will not be ready until 2020

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk thinks that Apple started too late to be a direct competitor in the car market until 2020.

Server market slumps
Published in News


3.6 per cent less than last year

Beancounters working for IDC have been adding up some numbers and reached the conclusion that the worldwide server market is experienced a year-on-year revenue slump of 3.6 percent in the first quarter.

Intel strikes lucky with Thunderbolt at last
Published in Network


Thanks to USB type C

After years of Intel failing to convincing people that Thunderbolt has a use, the tech finally appears to be taking off.

Gigabyte claims Xtreme Gaming is a philosophy
Published in Games


Wants to get deeper into gaming

Gigabyte says its Xtreme Gaming-series is part of a philosophy to cultivate deeper relationships in the gaming market.

Most phishing emails are ransomware
Published in News


Because ID theft is too much like hard work

A new report suggests that about 93 percent of all phishing emails contained encryption ransomware.

Super Gates takes on AI
Published in News


When he is not fighting evil mosquitoes

When he is not battling the evil mosquito, Sir William Gates III is apparently working on AI in his secret lab.

Microsoft plans to take control of VR without making a headset
Published in Wearables


Windows Holographic devices coming 'in months'


While many had expected Microsoft’s mixed reality devices to be years away, Redmond is telling the world that the first gear should be in the shops in a few months.

Slow Apple iPhone “innovations” get slower
Published in Mobiles


Its escargot has just got up and went

The fruity cargo cult Apple appears to have admitted that its iPhone cash-cow is ready for the meat works and is slowing down its production cycle to once every three years.

Samsung makes postage stamp-sized Flash SSD
Published in News


Up to 512GB of NAND flash


Samsung has begun mass producing a new SSD which is smaller than a postage stamp.