AI comes up with something vital
Published in News


Beer

It seems that AI is finally doing something useful, rather than mucking around winning gameshows and pretending to be women on cheesy dating sites.

Waterproof Samsung isn’t
Published in Mobiles


Whoops

If you look at adverts for Samsung’s new Galaxy you would be forgiven for thinking that the smartphone is waterproof. Unfortunately according to US consumer reports, it isn’t.

Chipzilla cuts Android development
Published in Processors


Refusing to repair the diodes down its left side

Intel’s mobexit is gathering traction with Chipzilla deciding to slash its Android development.

Google working on two smartwatches
Published in Wearables


Angelfish and Swordfish

Google is reportedly working on two Android Wear smartwatches which have a fishy theme.

LG profits reach two-year high
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$504 million for April June

LG Electronics appears to be doing rather well all of a sudden and says its second-quarter operating profit will reach a two-year high.

Avast buys AVG
Published in News
08 July 2016

Avast buys AVG


Writes a $1.3 billion cheque

Avast has acquired rival AVG Technologies for $1.3 billion as it appears the security market is headed for a period of contraction.

Apple tech might accidently stop people filming US cops killing
Published in News


Side effect of the concert censorship technology

The other day we ran a yarn about how Apple was going to install technology which would make it impossible for iPhone users to film concerts.

Nvidia shows off new rendering tech
Published in Graphics


Baked into Pascal

Nvidia has been showing off its new rendering technology which it has backed into the latest series of ‘Pascal’ GPUs.

Oracle denies it is killing off Java EE
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Pledges its commitment

Oracle has been on the blower after we ran a story saying it as losing interest in its Java. EE and might be pulling the plug on the open saucy operating system because it was not making the outfit enough cash.

Microsoft plans DirectX 12 improvements
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Wants to simplify Multi-GPU support

Software king of the world Microsoft has a cunning plan to improve Multi-GPU support in DirectX 12.