Intel buys Movidius
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It's that vision thing

Chip giant Intel said it will buy Movidius, a company that specialises in VR headets, drones and robots.

ISP takes on Swedish copyright trolls
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Bork, Bork, Bork

Swedish ISP Bahnhof has attacked a copyright troll hoping to make a swift buck out of pirates.

EVGA SC17 gaming powerhouse reviewed
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Review: Notebook gaming powerhouse

EVGA is a well known brand in the graphics card market and the company expanded beyond GPUs a while ago. It is also well known now for its PSUs, motherboards and accessories too and now it wants to conquer the mobile gaming notebook market.

Snapdragon VR820 HMD showcased
Published in Graphics


All integrated Snapdragon 820 in VR headset

Fudzilla had a chance to play with first all integrated Snapdragon VR820 HMD, a head mounted display that is one step ahead of the Galaxy VR or other slot in phone HBM solutions.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall could cost $1 billion
Published in Mobiles


2.5 million phones being returned

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall sounds like one of the biggest in the last few years and it looks like the company has to recover as many as 2.5 million phones from its customers. This is likely to cost Samsung close to a billion dollars and it will eat up any potential profits it was making from these phones. 

Intel quietly launches Apollo Lake
Published in Processors


2nd generation 14nm Celeron / Pentium

Apollo Lake is a second generation 14nm SoC for entry level tablets and computers and it serves the market that used to be known as Atom processors. Nowadays, Intel calls these CPUs Celeron and Pentium and the new generation was made available on Friday. 

Apple slammed in age discrimination row
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Turned down its own elite engineer

Fruity tax-dodger Apple has found itself in the middle of an age discrimination row after it turned down a 54-year-old to work as one of its pixies at an Apple store.

OpenOffice in trouble
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No programmer support

The Open Saucy alternative to Microsoft Office is in trouble because it can't find enough programmers to develop it.

Putin denies Democratic party hack
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But says it was a “public service”

Tsar Vladimir Putin has denied that his elite team of hackers were behind the hack of the Democratic Party, but does say who ever did it was carrying out a public service.

Intel’s 7nm process delayed until 2022
Published in Processors


Changes in job adverts

Intel may have delayed the arrival of its 7 nm processing technology until 2022.