Note 7 unlikely to be recycled
Published in News


Will  the planet suffer for Samsung’s mistake?


Samsung has not worked out what to do with all the Galaxy Note 7s which it has recalled and the fear is that it will be creating an environmental nightmare.

Tablet sales keep falling
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Steve Jobs was completely wrong


Despite what Steve Jobs and his minions in the Tame Apple Press told us, the tablet was not a game changer, and was simply yet another fashion fad which is now going the way of the dodo and the iPod.

Diamonds are your data’s best friend
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Another storage option


A team of boffins has come up with a new way of saving huge amounts of data on diamonds.

Google drops Microsoft in it with security flaw disclosure
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Lets Apple off but makes Microsoft customers vulnerable

After allowing Apple six months to fix a critical zero-day flaw, it seems that the Google security team gave Microsoft just 10 days to fix something before going public.

New President will face a cyber crisis
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Tarot cards say within 100 days

Whoever gets elected in the US elections will face a cybercrisis within their first 100 days of presidency, according to a security report by Forrester.

Students come up with more intelligent chips
Published in Processors


Can localise faults and report problems

A team of  Estonian students at the Tallinn University of Technology have created an innovative digital computer chip that can localise all of its faults and inform the system using the chip when something goes wrong.

Some Nvidia EVGA cards are burning the midnight oil
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How can you sleep while your chips are burning?


EVGA GTX 1070 or a GTX 1080 cards are suffering from a bad case of being a little bit on fire.

ARM shows off its Mali-G51 GPU
Published in Graphics


Second-gen GPU offers 60 percent performance gains

Japanese fabless chip outfit ARM has been showing off its Mali-G51, a second-generation GPU built on the Bifrost architecture.

Italian watchdog sniffs at WhatsApp
Published in News


Antitrust deals with Facebook

Italy’s antitrust watchdog is snuffling around the rump of the social notworking site WhatsApp.

Toyota claims to have tamed lithium-ion batteries
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Safer and less likely to explode


Engineers at Toyota Motor claim they have tamed the volatile lithium-ion battery and can now enter the all-electric car market.