IR cameras creep into smartphones
Published in News

Find that burglar in the bushes

A “tear down” by ABI Research said that infrared (IR) cameras are set to become more pervasive.

Students come up with more intelligent chips
Published in Processors


Can localise faults and report problems

A team of  Estonian students at the Tallinn University of Technology have created an innovative digital computer chip that can localise all of its faults and inform the system using the chip when something goes wrong.

Some Nvidia EVGA cards are burning the midnight oil
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How can you sleep while your chips are burning?


EVGA GTX 1070 or a GTX 1080 cards are suffering from a bad case of being a little bit on fire.

ARM shows off its Mali-G51 GPU
Published in Graphics


Second-gen GPU offers 60 percent performance gains

Japanese fabless chip outfit ARM has been showing off its Mali-G51, a second-generation GPU built on the Bifrost architecture.

Italian watchdog sniffs at WhatsApp
Published in News


Antitrust deals with Facebook

Italy’s antitrust watchdog is snuffling around the rump of the social notworking site WhatsApp.

Toyota claims to have tamed lithium-ion batteries
Published in News


Safer and less likely to explode


Engineers at Toyota Motor claim they have tamed the volatile lithium-ion battery and can now enter the all-electric car market.

How Apple kept a zero day iOS vulnerability secret for six months
Published in News


Issued a fix which did not work

Apple gamed Google’s Project Zero team into sitting on a kernel exploit in Apple’s Apple’s OSX and its mobile operating system iOS for months.

Apple denied a refund to a bloke for the craziest reason
Published in Mobiles


Prove to us you are not a zombie dictator from Babylon 

Apple has come up with a wizard wheeze to stop people claiming refunds on its overpriced products. It is demanding that you prove that you are not a dead dictator.

Qualcomm wireless car charging gets momentum
Published in News

Mercedes and Lumen system integrator

The Mercedes S550 plug in hybrid is the first car to commercially comes with Qualcomm Halo wireless car charger. Fudzilla saw a demo of this technology back in May 2015 and it sounded more than promising. 

Tesla model 3 has Nvidia Drive PX2
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Xavier is the future of all models

A few days ago, Nvidia announced that its highly anticipated Tesla model 3 comes with Nvidia Drive PX2 hardware and that the car will have all it needs for complete autonomous self-driving.