AMD to show off R9 300 series at Computex
Published in Graphics


Rumour mill turns

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that AMD is getting ready to drop its kimono and expose the R9 300 series at Computex. 

UK coppers want CCTV in homes
Published in News


We don't think you have thought this one through

UK coppers think that CCTV is so wonderful at reducing crime, they want it installed in everyone's homes. 

iPhone installs undeleteable iWatch advert
Published in Mobiles


More Malware

Jobs' Mob has decided that the only way that punters will buy their nearly useless iWatch is if they are forced to watch adverts for the thing. 

CIA hacked iPhone a year before its release
Published in Mobiles


Trivial security

Apple's iPhone encryption system was so easy, the CIA and FBI had cracked it a year before the shiny toy hit the shops. 

Microsoft asks for Kyocera phone ban
Published in Mobiles


Knock, Nokia on heaven's door

Microsoft has asked a court in Seattle to ban Kyocera’s DuraForce, Hydro and Brigadier lines of cellular phones.

WiGig expected soon
Published in News
09 March 2015

WiGig expected soon


Qualcomm, Broadcom, Panasonic, Intel and Nitero signed up

WiGig (Wireless Gigabit Alliance) chips are expected to appear in high-end smartphones in the second half of 2015, accoring to Digitimes Research. 

Samsung has record pre-orders
Published in Mobiles


Just after announcement

A few days after announcing its new Galaxy S smartphones, Samsung claims it has more than 20 million pre-orders.

LG set to release super flagship
Published in Mobiles


Dreadnaught of phones

The Korean Press is reporting that LG executives want to launch a “super flagship” phone in the second half of this year.

Sony Walkman has $1,200 price tag
Published in News


Shesh could buy a laptop for that

Sony's new NW-ZX2 Walkman will be hitting the shops for $1,200 which makes it the Rolls Royce of portable players.

BitTorrent denies mining issues
Published in News


Cryptocurrency is there at your requests

BitTorrent has confirmed that if you install its software you could end up with a cryptocurrency miner with a recent update, but has denied that it did so on the quiet.