Intel NUC gets new processors
Published in Notebooks


But its connections are more useful


Chipzilla’s "Next Unit of Computing" (NUC) hardware has been one of the few bright spots of the PC industry, and now it seems that Intel wants to give them a refresh.

Lenovo unveils Legion Y520 and Y720 notebooks
Published in Notebooks


Begins its push into VR-ready notebooks


During the CES Unveiled event last evening in Las Vegas, Lenovo unveiled a new gaming sub-category of notebooks called Legion, aimed at professional users and gamers alike.

Dell shows off 27-inch Ultrathin monitor at CES 2017
Published in News


Impressively thin looks and good specifications

Dell has kicked off the CES 2017 show with an XPS 13 2-in-1 notebook but the new 27-inch Ultrathin monitor with InfinityEdge technology has certainly caught a lot of attention on the show floor.

AMD officially announces new FreeSync 2 tech
Published in Graphics


Bringing smooth HDR to monitors

Just a few hours after the initial leak, AMD officially unveiled the new FreeSync 2 technology, that promises to improve performance and bring better compatibility to HDR monitors.

Intel buys into cars. Again
Published in News


It's all about wasting money

Chipzilla has decided to spend a heap of money it's got by buying into a company called HERE, or Here as we call it.

Snapdragon 835 is out with 2.45GHz clock
Published in Mobiles


Eight core, 1Gbit modem and Adreno 540, Bluetooth 5.0

The Snapdragon 835 is officially released with a few more details and as Fudzilla first revealed, this 10nm SoC will rock most of the high-end phones in 2017.

Qualcomm cleans Apple’s clock
Published in Processors


A leaked TuTu benchmark shows Qualcomm’s superiority

A new AnTuTu benchmark for Snapdragon 835 has been leaked online ahead of Qualcomm's announcement at CES 2017.

Android most insecure OS of 2016
Published in News


Followed by Debian and Ubuntu

While people might mock Microsoft’s security, it would appear that the  least most secure operating systems this year were Android, Debian and Ubuntu.

Windows 10 on nearly a quarter of machines
Published in News


But all roads still lead to Chrome

Beancounters for Net Marketshare have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and worked out that Windows 10 is installed on 24.5% of devices.

AI replacing Japanese white collar workers
Published in News


Beginning of the end


While most people have focused on factory robots and self-driving cars may kill off millions of jobs, the fact that AI will kill off white collar work has been quietly ignored.