Ryzen Pro heats French homes and offices
Published in Processors


Apparently temperatures Ryzen is a good thing.


AMD has invited a French company called Qarnot to discuss how they're using Ryzen Pro processors to heat homes and offices for free.

Macedonians peddle fake news to Americans
Published in News

 
Alexander the Great would be proud

A riverside town in the Republic of Macedonia has developed a new industry manufacturing fake news which is so bad that only  Americans can believe it.

Apple sued over Beats advertising
Published in Wearables


Shonky, and grossly overpriced court told

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is not having a good week - not only has its iPhone X launch been greeted with howls of derision, now it has been sued over the advertising for its overpriced Beats headphones.

Apple’s iPhone price tag has a sting in the tail for suckers
Published in Mobiles


To use some of the features you paid for you have to buy more stuff


Fruity cargo cult Apple is trying to flog an incredibly over-priced Iphone X but it seems that its $1000 starting price does not include important things like a charger.

Analyst warns that Apple could be in trouble
Published in Mobiles


High price along with delays could kill iPhone X

Apple enthusiasts might be dumb enough to fork over $999 to get a new iPhone X in November — but if shipping dates stretch out to 2018, Jobs' Mob could be in trouble.

Nvidia could be prepping Geforce GTX 1070 Ti
Published in Graphics


To counter AMD's RX Vega

According to the newest leak, Nvidia may be working on a GTX 1070 Ti, which could put a lot of pressure on AMD's RX Vega lineup.

Western Digital mulls options as Tosh favours Bain
Published in Memory


Considering its options


Western Digital has said that it is considering its options as Toshiba indicated it favoured a group of investors led by Bain Capital to buy the world’s second largest manufacturer of flash memory chips.

Apple suppliers’ shares hammered after IPhoneX launch
Published in News

 
We expected more

Apple suppliers’ shares have taken a hammering after the launch of the iPhone X because European investors are concerned that the phone will not be a success.

FireEye spot spooks' Microsoft Office hack
Published in News


Pass the SOAP

FireEye found a malicious Microsoft Office RTF document which has all the hallmarks of being made by the CIA to hack Microsoft Office docs.

Google purges Symantec certificates
Published in News


Chrome will not trust them any more


After deciding to distrust Symantec's certificates in March, Google has decided that from Chrome 66 it will completely remove any trust of Symantec-issued certificates issued before 1 June, 2016.