Don't name that spaceship after me
Published in News


The ego has landed

Apple messiah Steve Job was worried that that in the cult worship that would follow his death, Apple would be moved to name its "spaceship" campus building after him

Samsung close to 10nm
Published in Processors


Production nearly ready

Samsung told a company event in the UK that it was nearly ready to begin producing mobile chips using its 10nm manufacturing process.

Unisys abandons DIY chips for Intel
Published in News


No more proprietary CMOS chips

Unisys has unveiled a new range of all-Intel servers, and walked away from its own proprietary CMOS chips.

SanDisk set to slash SSD prices
Published in News


Death of HHD expected

SanDisk has unveiled its Z400s which look tailor made to kick the HHD market while it is down.

Apple TV service delay
Published in News


Jobs Mob can't get broadcasters

Fruity cargo cult Apple's attempt to enter the set-top market is fast going the way of Intel's failed attempt.

Asustek hit by ZenFone returns
Published in News


That was Zen and this is ow

Asustek has been hit by a high rate of returns on ZenFone.

Could Colourful be the next Palit?
Published in Graphics


Chinese GPU card maker catching up fast

The top tier graphics card makers such as Palit and Asustek might be looking over their shoulders at the Chinese based rival Colorful.

Intel leaks Purley details
Published in Processors

 

Not just another Haswell 

Slides about Intel's upcoming Xeon Skylake Platform: Purley have been leaked to the great unwashed.

NSA wanted to hijack the Android store
Published in News


Infect it with Malware

Spooks from all over the world had a cunning plan to crack open apps in the Android Store and infect them with spying malware and launch man in the middle attacks on users..

Samsung plays Chopin
Published in Mobiles


It is not chopsticks

Samsung appears to be working on a high-end device powered by an Intel processor and running Android 5.1 Lollipop.tablet.