New Year’s resolution for monitors
Published in News


Different sizes too


AU Optronics ,LG and Samung are planning to bring out more panels with different resolutions and specifications this year.

VMWare cuts jobs on cloudy results
Published in News


Looks like the sky really wasn’t cloud’s limit

While the Cloud is supposed to be the savour of big computing, VMWare, which should be doing well is actually suffering.

AMD will not go bust this year
Published in News


Waiting for Zen might be cunning

Last year, Kerrisdale Capital Investment warned that AMD would go bankrupt by 2020 and with Zen not appearing until the end of this year we were slightly concerned that the outfit did not have enough to survive what will be a dismal year.

Huawei to do well
Published in Mobiles
27 January 2016

Huawei to do well


While others suffer

While other smartphone makers, including the fruity cargo cult Apple see their sales dry up, Huawei is predicted to do rather well.

AMD opens up the GPU
Published in Graphics
27 January 2016

AMD opens up the GPU


Nicolas Thibieroz announces GPUOpen


AMD’s top gaming guy Nicolas Thibieroz is starting to open up GPU technology to make sure the technology evolves.

Apple has disappointing results
Published in News


Tame Apple Press spins it

Waking up this morning you might be surprised to learn that Apple had poor results yesterday, probably because the Tame Apple Press is spinning the poor results like a mad thing.

SK Hynix profits fall by 40 per cent
Published in Memory


Memory sales at a snail's pace

The world's second-largest memory chipmaker,SK Hynix  posted a $822 million in operating profit for the fourth quarter last year which is down 40.7 percent. Apparently demand for memory chips is sluggish.

64-bit ARM and Intel processors get extra security
Published in Processors


Green Hill offers software solution for virtual systems

Green Hills Software is offering a real-time, fast-boot platform for securely combining consumer operating systems such as Linux, QNX, Android or Windows with safety- and security-critical software on 64-bit multicore processors.

Oculus winning the developer wars
Published in Wearables


Survey suggests it is getting more attention at least for now

When new technology arrives, much depends on developers coming up with software which will run it.

Microsoft develops one-handed keyboard for iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Knows its target market

Software king of the world Microsoft has been doing some research into the needs and wants of Apple fanboys and reached the conclusion that they need a keyboard which can be used one-handed.