Alienware re-focuses on Steam machines
Published in Games


Dell not given up yet


Dell has not given up on its Alienware Steam Machine which suffered delays and was not as popular as its Alienware Alpha, a Windows-based PC gaming console.

Graphene could make chips a million times faster
Published in Processors


MIT Boffins have eureka moment 


Massachusetts Institute of Technology boffins have emerged from their baths with a technique which could make chips millions of times faster.

Nvidia is GPU accelerator king
Published in Graphics


Analyst raises ratings

A top Japanese analyst Romit Shah has raised his rating on the shares in silicon specialist Nvidia, after chatting to CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.

Manufacturer of the Raspberry Pi sold
Published in Motherboards


Premier Farnell bought by Daetwyler

One of the makers of the Raspberry Pi is being acquired for $867 million.

OnePlus X abandoned
Published in Mobiles


OnePlus 3 will be the one and only


One Plus has pulled the plug on its OnePlus X and will focus on just one "true flagship" line from now on.

Blackberry loses Obama
Published in Mobiles


Gets a locked down Samsung instead


In a sign that Blackberry’s days are numbered, one of its key advocates, President Barack Obama has given up on it.

OSVR improves VR headset
Published in Wearables

Open source competitor to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive

The Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) consortium thinks that its new VR headset which be a true competitor to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive should be out soon.

One-Plus new flagship pic leaked
Published in Mobiles


More images leaked online

More images of One-Plus’s new flagship the OnePlus 3 have appeared online, which are remarkably similar to the previous ones to suggest they are the real deal.

EA is churning out Star Wars games
Published in Games


Software Empire is striking back

EA has been telling the world how it is going to use the rights it has on Star Wars games – it is going to make a lot of them.

Out-of-date Apple asleep behind the wheel
Published in News


Opinon: Big announcement turns out time for a snooze

Apple had a chance yesterday to convince the world that it had not run out of ideas, it was no longer dependent on China, and had a cunning plan to save itself from obscurity – it failed.