Chinese Tablet makers turn production lines to notebooks
Published in Mobiles

Fad has passed

The Chinese white box tablet makers have decided that there is no more mileage in the so called game changing tablet technology.

Nintendo delays mobile game releases
Published in Games

Shares tank

Shares in Nintendo tanked yesterday as the company announced that it was delaying the release of its games onto mobile phones and tablets.

LG did better than expected
Published in News

But earnings plunged 37 per cent

Telly maker LG saw its third-quarter operating earnings fall nearly 37 per cent but is patting itself on the back because things could have been a lot worse.

Narcissistic photo editing apps kill traditional skills
Published in News

Most people doctor their snaps

Apps like Instagram are killing traditional photo editing skills, according to new research.

Apple has time-keeping problems again
Published in News

This time it peeved the Pixies

There is something really wrong with the fruity cargo cult Apple’s relationship with the time – for some reason its programmers always have trouble with it.

Zotac announces new ZBOX mini PCs based on Braswell SoC
Published in News

The ZBOX BI323 and ZBOX CI323 nano

Zotac has announced two new ZBOX mini-PCs, both based on the same 14nm Intel Braswell Celeron N3150 SoC, the ZBOX BI323 and the ZBOX CI323 nano.

AMD preparing new Catalyst Omega-like drivers update for November
Published in Graphics

Major drivers update incoming

According to a new report, AMD is preparing a new major Catalyst drivers update for November, similar to Catalyst Omega drivers released last year.

QNAP releases first Thunderbolt 2 NAS
Published in News

Media market

QNAP Systems has released what it claims is the world’s first Thunderbolt 2 Turbo NAS.

Snapdragon 820 might have heating problems
Published in Processors

Qualcomm denies it

The original story was pulled from the website and Qualcomm sent us the following statement:

Open source would not have prevented  VW problems
Published in News

Not enough checkers in the universe

The recent VW emissions scandal has led many to suggest that such software should be open source to prevent car makers getting away with this sort of thing.