Raspberry Pi kicks up a notch
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New BCM2836 chip

The new Raspberry Pi 2 model B is out and, thanks to a new BCM2836 chip, is heading towards becoming jolly useful.

Gamergate takes darker turn
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The nutters with guns have taken over

An armed #gamergate proponent Jace Connors posted a YouTube movie  of himself screaming unintelligibly at a flipped-over Prius on the side of the highway, trying to kick in its windshield.

Swedish company installs mark of the beast in workers
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Better than ID companies

 From the land which makes flat pack furniture, whose instructions defy the laws of physics, Sweden, comes the news that a new office block is implanting the workers inside of it with computer chips under their skin, instead of issuing them with ID cards.

AMD dances on Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 970 grave
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Drops prices of rival chip

It seems that AMD is having a laugh at Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 970 graphics chip woes. 

Broadcom broadly booming
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A bit like Brian Blessed

Broadcom shocked the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by posting fourth-quarter results on Thursday that were better than expected.

Microsoft Office comes to iOS
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Out of preview

Software giant Microsoft has pulled Office for iOS tablets out of its preview state, and made it a full service for Apple fanboys who need proper software.

Intel brings out 5th Gen Intel Core vPro
Published in Processors

World without wires vision

Intel yesterday announced its 5th Gen Intel Core vPro as part of a vision of an office without wires.

LG Display has largest profit in six years
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Someone has done Won

LG Display posted $1.245 billon in operating profit last year which is a 16.7 percent rise from a year earlier.

LG denies it is suing over fire breathing Snapdragon
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It makes no sense

Smartphone maker LG has denied that it is planning to sue Qualcomm over rumoured plans it's going to redesign its high-end Snapdragon 810 chip for the impending Samsung Galaxy S6.

Ex-Opera boss releases a new browser
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Fat lady still singing

Ex-Opera boss Jon S. von Tetzchner has revealed a technical preview for his new Chromium-based browser for Windows, Mac and Linux.