Intel needs to stop taking the tablets
Published in Processors


No one believes in homeopathic mobile remedies  

Analysts are hinting that Intel is not going to do well out of mobile chips and should probably give up trying.

New Google Glass is atomic powered
Published in Wearables


Intel inside 'Enterprise Edition'

The new look Google Glass appears to be powered by an Intel Atom processor and is actually packed with useful features.

Nvidia shows off Hairworks 1.1
Published in Graphics


Vienna.. hair today is always gone tomorrow

Nvidia has been showing off its latest technology which enables an accurate depiction of hair.

Boffins build network from rat brains
Published in News


Who needs Intel when you have a few rats?

Never mind silicon chips, the future of the computer is bio-mechanics and the parts can be found in your sewer.

Caspar Bowden dead
Published in News


Privacy campaigner extraordinary

Caspar Bowden, the bloke who had a key role in defining and defending digital privacy for the last 20 years has died from cancer.

IBM delivers 7nm to Gloflo
Published in Processors


That is what they were buying

IBM has flogged its fabrication plants to GlobalFoundries and what the outfit might be getting is the fruits of its 7nm processing research.

IBM adds Tesla GPU in cloud
Published in News


Nvidia Tesla K80 gets a job with the suits

Biggish Blue has added an option for its SoftLayer product which adds Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU acceleration in the cloud

AMD FirePro S9170 server GPU announced
Published in Graphics


32GB single-GPU server card

AMD has announced the release of the FirePro S9170 server GPU which it claims is the world's first and fastest 32GB single-GPU server card.

Blackberry moves to Android
Published in Mobiles


Finally gets an update

It is looking like the early rumours are correct and BlackBerry is moving to Android.

Star Trek communicator goes on sale soon
Published in News


Boldly going to the shops

The Wand Company, which makes gadgets from popular fiction, has developed a real Star Trek Communicator that can be connected to any smartphone using Bluetooth.