Boost in GPU shipments
Published in Graphics
12 November 2015

Boost in GPU shipments

AMD and Nvidia doing well

Beancounters at JPR have been adding up the numbers and dividing by their shoe size and worked out that GPU shipments are up for both Nvidia and AMD.

Intel might lose Apple contract
Published in Processors

Fanboy thinks x86 is doomed

Intel is about to lose its lucrative contract to supply Apple gear as Jobs’ Mob thinks its own ARM based chips can do better

Huawei and Xiaomi launch fewer notebooks
Published in Notebooks

Not the big bang expected

Chinese vendors Huawei and Xiaomi appear to be holding back from a big push on the notebook market.

Cook: Trust me you don't need a PC any more
Published in Notebooks

Still makes Macs of course

The grand mufti of the Apple cargo cult has shown that he still has his fingers on the technology pulse by claiming that the world wants to dump their PCs to buy his overpriced Surface Clone knock-off.

ARM announces new Cortex-A35
Published in Processors

Claims that it is the most efficient

British chipdesigner ARM has announced details of its new Cortex-A35 64-bit processor and it has a swathe of new features.

Nvidia adds to Jetsons family
Published in Graphics

TX1 to power drones and robots

Nvidia has issued a new Jetson TX1 developer kit which it hopes will give drones and robots high-performance computing capabilities.

HP’s thin client has 4K video out
Published in News

And a quad-core AMD APU

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has just released a t730 thin client which has a quad-core AMD APU, 16GB of RAM and supports 4K.

IoT devices expected to make $330 billion by 2025
Published in News

Bringing the future to your home

Beancounters working for analysts Navigant Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and decided that global revenues from residential IoT devices expected to total more than $330 billion by 2025.

Hackers can hold Mac users to ransom
Published in News

Pay up or your Coldplay collection gets it

It seems that Apple fanboys article of faith about them being safe from ransomware because their expensive PC’s had a magical Apple logo on them has turned out to be false.

Dell’s EMC deal could be taxed to oblivion
Published in News

Tax theat

Michael Dell’s $67 billion plan to take over storage giant EMC could be killed off by the US taxman.