Radeon 2016 GPUs support HDMI 2.0a DP 1.3 and HDR
Published in Graphics


Official word

AMD held a Radeon Technology group summit last week in Sonoma California and the company shared its cunning plans.

Microsoft beating Apple in tablets
Published in Notebooks


Marketing failure


Figures are starting to appear that Apple’s iron grip on the keyboardless netbook market has been lost to its old enemy Microsoft.

Oculus getting Eagle Flight VR game
Published in Games


From Ubisoft

Oculus VR has convinced Ubisoft to develop its Eagle Flight VR for its platform.

Mozilla admits Firefox smartphone failed
Published in Mobiles


Gives up and puts it to sleep


Open saucy browser outfit Mozilla has admitted that its Firefox OS smartphone experiment didn’t have legs and it will stop developing and selling the beasts.

HTC Vive VR now slated for April 2016
Published in Graphics


Delays, delays

HTC has been working with Valve in order to get its VR glasses to market for a while now, and it looks like the new launch date has been delayed until April 2016.

Scientists crack biologically-powered circuit
Published in Motherboards


Borg collective day one


Researchers at Columbia Engineering have harnessed the molecular machinery of living systems to power an integrated circuit in what could be a step towards a biologically based machine. 

FreeSync gets support over HDMI
Published in Graphics


Radeon Technology hints at plans


The Radeon Technologies Group is sitting on some interesting news about FreeSync updates,HDR displays and new display-related technologies.

Apple building its own  GPU
Published in Graphics


Exclusive: 
Quietly working behind the scenes

The Fruity cargo cult Apple has been quietly working behind the scenes to create its own GPU, Fudzilla can reveal.

Intel preparing new high-end Skull Canyon NUC
Published in News


Powered by an unknown Intel Skylake CPU

According to a published teaser, Intel is working on a new high-end NUC (next-unit of computing) system, codename Skull Canyon, which will be powered by an unknown Skylake CPU, featuring an Iris Pro iGPU.

HTC Vive feels better than Oculus CV 1
Published in Wearables


Hands on Review:
Two days, two setups testing


Fudzilla had a chance to try the HTC Vive in two sets of demos in two different environments.