4K Playstation Pro? Don’t get too excited
Published in News

No games and a basic Blu-Ray disk

While many had hoped that Sony’s new PlayStation 4 Pro would herald a brave new age of 4k gaming, they  might have to scale back their expectations – at least for now.

AMD Socket AM4 and Bristol Ridge chip snapped together
Published in Motherboards

Paparazzi leak

Paparazzi have managed to get their zoom lenses focused on the AMD AM4 Socket and Bristol Ridge chip snapped together for the first time.

HTC releases two new Desire models
Published in Mobiles

Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle out tomorrow

HTC is expected to unveil two new models of its Desire-series products, the Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle tomorrow.

Apple did not lose the headphone jack to get extra space
Published in Mobiles

Mind the Gap

It seems that Apple did not remove the headphone jack to allow it to provide more space after all.

iPhone 7 hisses at owners
Published in News

We hate you all

Apple hates its customers so much the iPhone 7 hisses at them, particularly if they insist on making it actually do something hard.

Battlefield 1 Open Beta had over 13 million players
Published in Games

The biggest Beta in EA history

According to Electronic Arts, Open Beta phase for Battlefield 1 was the biggest one ever, at least in EA's history, with over 13 million gamers playing the game last week.

Logitech acquires Saitek for cool $13 million
Published in News

To focus on gaming simulations and VR

Logitech has announced that it has acquired gaming peripherals maker Saitek in a move to expand its gaming peripherals lineup to simulations as well as focus on creating input devices for VR games.

Apple stung with another huge tax bill
Published in News

This is going to hurt

On the day that Apple’s iPhone 7 went on sale in Japan, it’s emerged that it’s been told to pay a hefty $118 million (¥12 billion) by government tax authorities in the country.

Swedish courts back Assange arrest warrant again
Published in News

Assange loses for the eighth time

Another of Wikileak’s Julian Assange desperate attempts to turn around his Swedish arrest warrant has failed.

AMD says Zen will rule PC and servers
Published in Processors

Everyone needs a dream

AMD Chief Technology Officer Mark Papermaster has told the world that AMD will become the top manufacturer when it comes to PCs and servers.