Microdia stuffs 512GB onto a microSD card
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Twice what else is out there

Microdia has been showing the good people of Computex a microSD card which has twice the memory that SanDisk announced back at Mobile World Congress.

ASRocks into Braswell
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Beebox-A-Lula

ASRock has got into the NUC market with a series of Intel Atom Braswell SoC based machines which it says are quiet as mice and have updated features.

 

Gamestop buys ThinkGeek
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Made it an offer it could not refuse

Last week it was reported how Geeknet Inc. was in the process of being bought out by retailer Hot Topic for $16 a share or $37 million in cash.

Tim Cook slams rivals over privacy
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We would never spy on our users

Apple CEO Tim Cook has slammed his Silicon Valley chums of selling out their users and customers to the NSA and advertisers.

Dell replaces XPS 13
Published in Notebooks


XPS 15 might be lucky for some

While Dell is refusing to mention anything about its replacement for the XPS 13, the XPS15 has been getting a lot of attention at Computex Taipei.

Rumours dog Samsung S6
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Is this a tin foil hat job?

The dark satanic rumour mill continues to manufacture yarns about doom for the Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 edge.

Fabs start churning out Nano-RAM
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More from the Tubes

A new type of non-volatile memory based on carbon nanotubes and sports DRAM speed -- is now being produced in seven fabrication plants.

Dutch government invests in Quantum research
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Potentially alive or dead market

The Dutch government is spending €135m to develop a potentially super-fast quantum computer.

Intel talks up Broadwell H improvements
Published in Processors


Better graphics and video apparently

Chipzilla opened Computex in Taipei today talking up its new augmented Broadwell H range.

Intel to merge Thunderbolt with USB-C
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Keeping the technology alive

While even Apple is admitting that Thunderbolt is a damp squib and rushing to the arms of USB-C, it seems that Intel has not given up on the interconnect technology.