Intel downgrades Kittson
Published in Processors


Itanium chugs on and but it will be overweight

Chipzilla has been making mutterings about its much neglected Itanium product, which seem to indicate that it will be downgraded to an elderly process

Intel flogging security solutions to the Swedish
Published in News


Massaging the McAfee portfolio 

When Intel bought McAfee, most of us thought that the outfit was interested in putting security into the chip, however it turns out that they are also trying to flog mobile security solutions.

Moore's Law did not turn 50 over the weekend
Published in Processors


But I nearly am damnit 

While the press is banging on about Moore's Law turning 50 over the weekend, like many things in the US press, it is completely wrong.

Apple rumoured to swap Samsung for TSMC
Published in News


Terrified by Galaxy S6

Fruity cargo cult Apple is so terrified of the success that Samsung has had with its Galaxy S6 it has taken a chip order away from Samsung and given it to TSMC instead.

Apple watch has availability problems
Published in Wearables


Might still be vapourware

While the Tame Apple Press is telling anyone that listens that there will be millions of iWatches flogged, it seems that the overpriced toy will not be as available as many think.

Apple continues tell anti-trust watchdog what to do
Published in News


We are too perfect

Fruity cargo cult Apple has an interesting way of dealing with court appointed watch-dogs – it simply ignores them.

Chinese chipmaker want to buy HP's datacentre ops
Published in News


Tsinghua Unigroup sets its sights

Chinese chipmaker Tsinghua Unigroup wants to buy a controlling stake of HP's 's China data-networking operations.

Skylight on Skylake
Published in Processors
17 April 2015

Skylight on Skylake


New Intel leak

Details of Intel's upcoming Skylake generation of CPUs and their accompanying platform controllers has been leaked on a Chinese site.

Germans invent shock nav
Published in News


Ve have vays of making you valk

German boffins from the University of Hannover have come up with a Sat Nav for walkers which delivers electric shocks to a leg muscle.

AMD learns hard way about lack of product
Published in News


Results are complete pants

AMD is learning the hard way about not having any significant product launches as it released figures which show it slipping deeper into the red again.