Pepper Robot sells out in seconds
Published in News


Emotional response

SoftBank unveiled its new emotion sensing robot called Pepper and it finally was released in Japan. It turned out to be a bigger hit than expected and is already sold out.

Sony reveals skinny 4K TV prices
Published in News


Android TV MediaTek quad SoC inside

At CES Sony's range of incredibly skinny TVs, were attracting a lot of attention.

Gartner predicts the rise of the hybrids
Published in Notebooks


Opening the clamshell

Beancounters at Gartner have been consulting their tarot cards and are predicting that hybrid PC sales are to accelerate this year.

AMD considering a split
Published in News


Needs to make money

As we have been warning, AMD is considering selling itself off as part of a consolidation which is happening in the chip industry.

Apple retreats before Swift reaction
Published in News


Refused to pay the piper

Apple has suffered a humiliating retreat at the hands of the popular beat combo artist Taylor Swift.

Apple kills off the vintage iPad mini
Published in News


People didn't want it

Apple has made the admission that people don't want the "original" iPad mini and have killed it off.

Chip wires perform better when gift wrapped
Published in Processors


Stanford University finding

Boffins at Stanford University have found that the wires in a chip perform 30 percent better when they are wrapped in graphene.

AMD partners release their Radeon 300 cards
Published in Graphics


Know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.

AMD's partners have released their cards based on its Radeon 300 Series of graphics cards.

Sony claims that PlayStation Vita is not dead
Published in Mobiles


It is just resting

Sony is denying that its PlayStation Vita is dead in the water, despite ignoring it during its E3 2015 presentation.

Intel slashes five percent of staff
Published in News


Things not going that well after all

Chipzilla might be the world leader for chips and squeezing the lift from AMD at the moment, but for some reason it decided to slash five percent of its workforce.