Acer plans VR backpack
Published in Wearables
22 September 2016

Acer plans VR backpack


Only for businesses

While most of the world is looking at VR for games, it appears Acer wants to target its VR backpack for the business to business (B2B) market.

Intel might be killing off its Iris Pro
Published in News


Missing for another generation

Chipzilla appears to be quietly pulling the plug on its high-performance Iris Pro graphics.

Apple attempts to get a Seoul
Published in News


Adopts missionary position in Samsung's home ground


The fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple has decided that it can open one of its consumer cathedrals in Samsung’s heartland.

Oculus knocking on MSI’s virutal door
Published in Wearables


Interested in VR backpacks

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Oculus reportedly is interested in virtual reality (VR) backpack PC products developed by MSI.

Apple fanboy spends fortune on iPhone 7s for dog
Published in News


Dog likes a phone that hisses at him

The son of China’s richest man, and probably the wealthiest Apple fanboy in the world, has spent a fortune buying eight iPhones for his dog.

Apple confirms fault with iPhone 7
Published in Mobiles


Brave technology failure

Apple fanboys who wasted money “upgrading” to the iPhone 7 have been blessed with a new “feature” which turns off their controls.

Qualcomm ahead on 5G
Published in Wearables
21 September 2016

Qualcomm ahead on 5G


Will sort out Internet of Things don’t ya know?

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf has been telling the world how it is going to win the 5G war which will bring about a bold new world based around the Internet of Things.

Google’s Allo App is a little too Snoopy
Published in News


Rats

Google’s new messaging app, Allo, is so snoopy that it might have to pay the Peanuts artist’s estate royalties.

Notebook vendors see August spike in sales
Published in Notebooks


Are we seeing the green shoots of recovery?

Figures just in for August show that there has been a spike in the sales of notebooks.

Microsoft releases a $37 feature phone
Published in Mobiles


Still making Nokias

Software king of the world Microsoft appears to be still making Nokia phones, despite flogging  its feature phone business to a subsidiary of Foxconn.