EU preparing to slap Google
Published in News


Anti-trust

The EU is gearing up for what will be an epic legal battle with the search outfit Google.

GloPro wants into the VR market
Published in Wearables


Omni VR camera revealed today

Troubled camera brand GoPro is going for broke and getting into the emerging VR market.

Apple freezes production for another quarter
Published in Mobiles


Has no hope for the iPhone SE

Remember how the Tame Apple Press told us that the world wanted to go back to small phones and that the iPhone SE would be a money spinner? It turns out that we were not the only ones who thought that idea was rubbish – Apple does not believe it either.

BB10 is now dead and buried
Published in Mobiles


Blackberry gives up

As we expected, Blackberry has given up on its BB10 operating system and will no longer make phones which use it.

Gigabyte releases Thunderbolt gear mini-PC
Published in Notebooks


All in all you are another BRIX in the Wall


Gigabyte has released four new compact PCs with Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 over USB Type-C supported.

Intel shows off Skylake Core M compute stick
Published in Notebooks


The mystery of the strange pricing

Intel has been seen pushing a new prototype TV stick with Core M (Skylake) and Intel Realsense F200 camera.

AMD launches FirePro W9100 32GB
Published in Graphics


If you want to know how much it costs you can’t afford it

AMD has released an updated workstation graphics card sporting a massive 32GB of memory. The new card uses GDDR5 memory although you can still get the older 16GB version released in 2014.

Apple expects your gear to be dead in three years
Published in News


It does not matter how much you paid

It might have cost you an arm and a leg, but Apple does not expect its shiny toys to last longer than three to four years.

Delete QuickTime now
Published in News


Government health warning

Forget Flash, Apple’s QuickTime videoplayer is so insecure it should be deleted from any PC unfortunate to have it, the US government has warned.

Blackberry open to the cops since 2010
Published in Mobiles


So much for that myth

Blackberry’s encryption security is a myth and the Canadian coppers have had access to every encrypted piece of data on its network since 2010.