Intel makes 14nm chips for Spreadtrum
Published in Processors

Thinks Samsung will be interested

Chipzilla has announced that it is making 14nm application processors for Spreadtrum and the pair might have Samsung as a client.

Lenovo gves blessing to notebook price war
Published in News

Increases stockpiles for Christmas 

Lenovo seems to expect there will be a big sale of notebooks this Christmas.

Wikileaks has nothing more on Clinton
Published in News

Looks like the Russians did not deliver

After there were shedloads in the press about how Wikileaks was going to bring down the Clinton presidency bid with more of her secret emails, it turns out that Julian Assange had nothing new after all.

EVGA offers free PowerLink with Geforce 10-series graphics cards
Published in Graphics

Limited time offer

EVGA has launched a rather sweet limited-time promotion, giving away a free EVGA PowerLink with all registered EVGA Geforce GTX 10-series graphics cards.

Microsoft will not get the band back together
Published in Wearables

Singing the sales blues

Microsoft has decided to kill off its band, wearable fitness gizmo – arguably one of the better fitness toys out there.

Virtually Touring Bank of England and new Nvidia Headquarters
Published in Graphics

Professional Quadro VR 

We had a chance to see the VR deployed in a professional scenerio with a few demos that were compiling structural building data and showed us a simulations of buildings via HTC Vive glasses.

Vega 10 dual chip card in works
Published in Graphics

Pressure is on in the Pro market

AMD's RTG Radeon Technology Group has managed to keep the info about Dual Vega 10 card secret for ages, but Fudzilla can confirm that the professional market team is working on the card now.

Fun historical fact for AMD fanboys
Published in Graphics

Nvidia's Nemesis

Fudzilla’s historical research team came across a fun fact about one of the leading GPU companies over the weekend which is an oldie but a goodie.

EU watchdog sinks its teeth into Google
Published in News

Stop paying smartphone makers to preinstall Google search

EU anti-trust watchdogs are set to rip a patch out of Google’s bottom line by insisting the outfit stop paying smartphone makers to pre-install Google Search exclusively on their devices.

Yahoo develops AI anti-porn technology
Published in News

Skynet gets Smut algorithm

Troubled search engine outfit Yahoo has been spending its money developing an algorithm which can spot porn at 20 paces.