Intel hatches a new clutch of Xeons
Published in News


Based around Skylake-SP


Intel unveiled information regarding a new Xeon processor family, some of which use the Skylake-SP architecture.

Oculus shuts VR content production studio
Published in News


Not a good sign


Facebook virtual reality content production unit, Oculus' Story Studio, is shutting.

Buffet finally gives up on Big Blue
Published in News


Sells a third of his shares

After years of justifying a big investment in IBM, Warren Buffet has finally flogged off a third of his shares.

Microsoft thinks the smartphone is toast
Published in News


People are just not aware of it yet


After missing the smartphone boom, Microsoft is gearing itself to be at the forefront of the next one and is saying that the technology pioneered and propped up by Apple is doomed.

Boffins come up with biodegradable semiconductor
Published in Processors

Salt and vinegar added to chips

Boffins at Stanford University have emerged from their smoke filled labs with a flexible, biodegradable semiconductor which decomposes when it is no longer needed.

Microsoft prepares own goal with Windows 10 S
Published in News


Forcing itself onto the Edge


Software king of the world Microsoft is set to undo itself completely over Windows 10 by forcing punters to use its Edge browser and its god-awful Bing search engine.

Samsung to overtake Intel
Published in Processors


World’s largest chipmaker


The age where Intel is considered the world’s largest chipmaker might be ending.

Qualcomm seeks to ban the iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Saving the world from Tyranny

Chipmaker Qualcomm is taking steps to save the world from Apple’s technology tyranny by banning the iPhone in the US.

Fitbit surprises Wall Street
Published in Wearables


Makes more cash than expected


Fitbit surprised the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue above its own forecast.

Imagination revolts against Apple overlords
Published in Graphics


You still need us and we will sue you to prove it


Apple’s attempts to strong arm its suppliers by cutting off their money supply unless they give it huge discounts is starting to get some kick-back from its suppliers.