AMD launches TrueAudio Next
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Under the bonnet of LiquidVR SDK

AMD has put TrueAudio Next onto Github as part of its LiquidVR SDK.

Apple might turn to Intel for foundry work
Published in Processors


Keeping TSMC clean

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Intel is going to start making some of the fruity cargo cult Apple’s chipsets.

Lenovo sees profits jump
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But mobile phones not what they are cracked up to be

China's Lenovo saw its first quarter profit jump nearly two thirds but its mobile arm lost money again as a $3 billion bet on buying Motorola to diversify has yet to pay off.

Nokia cuts price of OZO VR camera
Published in Wearables


Finn end of the wedge of VR price cuts

Nokia has cut the price of its OZO virtual reality camera by 25 percent in what is expected to be the start of a reduction of price of VR gear.

Project Scorpio will run everything and VR
Published in Games


If it runs on an XBox Project Scorpio will play it

Project Scorpio – Microsoft's VR project, is set to run everything that the XBox one can as Microsoft confirms what we have already stated about the new console.

Intel trips the light fantastic
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Photonic future on the dark side of the moon

Intel revealed to the Intel Developer Forum that it is launching silicon photonics, to enhance the use of optics for data centre traffic management.

Intel shows off high-res laptops
Published in Processors


Seventh generation chip streaming 4k

The Intel Developer Forum saw 2-in-1 devices capable of streaming 4k video thanks to Chipzilla's new Kaby Lake chip.

AMD and MediaTek see sales increase
Published in Processors


Fastest growing companies

Beancounters working for IC Insights have added up their numbers and divided them by the age of their eldest child and reached the conclusion that MediaTek and AMD grew the most in the second quarter of 2016.

Intel cheers the USB Type-C
Published in Graphics


Backing Apple

While users and the rest of the world think Apple’s move to kill off the headphone jack is a bad idea, Intel is cheering a general move to a more mobile  USB Type-C.

Windows 10 impresses hackers
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Pity about the personal privacy

While Microsoft has been attacked for its insane upgrading policy and tendency to collect a little too much personal data, Black Hat hackers say it is a tougher nut to crack.