Windows 10 on 200 million devices
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Although it is probably not quite as many as it seems

Software King of the World Microsoft has issued a statement that Windows 10 is on more than 200 million devices.

Intel to shake  high-end SSD Market
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Optane is coming

Analysts working for the divination deparment of analyst outfit Trendforce are convinced that Intel is to shake up the SSD market with its next  next-generation SSD memory products in the third quarter of 2016.

OLED confirmed for iPhone
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Made by Samsung and LG

The next glorious incarnation after the iPhone 7 will have OLED screens made by Samsung and LG.

Samsung launches new fitness SoC
Published in Processors


Heading for devices in 1H 2016

Samsung is starting a big year. The company wants to dominate the Android market with its Samsung Galaxy S7 and 67 other phones from its portfolio and wants to challenge Qualcomm and MediaTek in the wearable market.

Samsung's new chipset for handset makers
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Exynos 8870 chipset rumoured for Meizu

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which suggests that Samsung is going to be producing a separate Exynos 8870 chipset which is meant to be sold to other handset manufacturers such as Meizu.

HTC wants Vive in cars
Published in Wearables
29 December 2015

HTC wants Vive in cars


Forunately no one is giving them to the drivers

HTC has been planning big things for its Vive virtual reality gear and word on the street is that it has plans to flog it to car makers.

Intel completes Altera sale
Published in Processors


All your FPGA are belong to us

Chipzilla has formally announed that it has completed the acquisition of Altera, a provider of field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology in a deal which cost it $16.7 billion.

Iphone sales drying up
Published in Mobiles
29 December 2015

Iphone sales drying up


Apple orders less from suppliers

While the Tame Apple Press is writing yearly reviews which claim that Jobs’ Mob cleaned everyone’s clock this year, it appears that sales of its only remaining “growing” product is slumping.

Thin client market dying
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Not even the cloud can save it

While many believe that the cloud would finally push the concept of thin clients, apparently the beancounters at IDC disagree.

Foxconn sets up datacentre in Prague
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Outlook is cloudy

Foxconn and the Czech Republic-based KKCGare building a new datacente in Prague to cash in on the cloud.