Intel reportedly subsidizing SoFIA 3G chips
Published in Processors
23 May 2015


Honestly, who didn’t see this coming?

Intel is said to be offering a subsidy for every single SoFIA-based device churned out by Chinese white-box outfit. 

EA's Johan Andersson reveals Fiji graphics card
Published in Graphics
22 May 2015


First teaser of the Fiji GPU based flagship

Johan Andersson, Technical Director on Frostbite Engine at Electronic Arts, has teased the first real picture of the upcoming AMD flagship graphics card based on the Fiji GPU.

Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti allegedly detailed
Published in Graphics
22 May 2015


To launch soon according to reports

It appears that Nvidia might launch the Geforce GTX 980 Ti even earlier as expected as we are now hearing plenty of new rumors regarding it, including most of the specifications.

Qualcomm has a wireless charger for cars
Published in Wearables
22 May 2015


3.3kW possible, like Nissan Leaf 

We had a chance to see some nice demos from Qualcomm at the IoT event and one of the most impressive one was a Honda Accord Plug-in Hybrid that could charge wirelessly. This device needs more technology than a wireless mobile phone charging. . 

Qualcomm tech might make cell towers obsolete
Published in News
22 May 2015


LTE direct

Chipmaker Qualcomm is trailing LTE Direct which could bypass cell towers and allow phones to talk directly.

Cirrus Logic makes seriously logical return to TSMC
Published in News
22 May 2015


Needs of the many

Cirrus Logic has shifted its orders back to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) after a high provide move to Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS).

Intel gives Microsoft an Edge
Published in News
22 May 2015


And they can keep him

It is starting to look like the glorious WinTel alliance which once ruled the known world is back together, if you look at what has been the secret sauce behind Microsoft's new Edge Browser it turns out that it is Intel,

Chromebooks sell like hotcakes
Published in Mobiles
22 May 2015


Hotcake makers unavailable for comment

Market research firm Gartner has estimated 7.3 million Chromebooks would be sold this year, thanks mostly to the education industry realising that kids need keyboards rather than touchscreen tablets.

Analyst realises that Apple watch is a lemon
Published in News
22 May 2015


Sales forcasts slashed

Analysts have finally started to wake up to the fact that Apple is probably attempting to flog a lemon with its iWatch.

Google, Twitter and Facebook must surrender to Tsar Putin
Published in News
22 May 2015


Must grass up his enemies

Russia's media watchdog has ordered Google, Twitter and Facebook to grass up the names and addresses of those who do not like President Vladamir Putin or be shut down.