HTC claims to have flogged 15,000 Vive VR headsets
Published in Wearables


Just 10 minutes of pre-orders

HTC claims it sold 15,000 Vive VR headsets in the 10 minutes after they went on sale.

SK Hynix expanding memory making
Published in Memory


Building a new chip plant by 2025

SK Hynix is building a new memory chip plant by 2025, joining an investment race driven by growing demand for semiconductors.

Fudzilla is 9 years old
Published in News


From AGP to the mobile revolution

Nine years ago, on the 1st of March 2007, Fudzilla came to life. More than 40,000 articles later, we are still in business, despite the fact that our industry dramatically changed over the past decade.

EMC gets flash with new VMAX and DSSD
Published in News


Hard-drives getting out-of-date

In sign that hard-drives are being replaced by flash, EMC has updated its VMAX line-up with new models that feature all-flash storage or the first time, and unveiled a new array line-up.

Galaxy A9 Pro spec leaked
Published in Mobiles

 

Big but not a flagship spec

A leaked benchmark shows that the Galaxy A9 Pro might be the largest phablet to be launched this year, it's will have a mid-range specs.

PCs can do more than Macs
Published in Notebooks


Advertising war begins

Microsoft has started an advertising campaign which aims to prove that PCs can do much more than Macs.

Apple networking genii blacklist router ports
Published in Network


You get what you pay for

The Fruity cargo cult Apple’s legendary skill at networking hit another milestone today after a software update killed Mac’s Ethernet port.

Sony patents VR “Power Glove”
Published in Wearables


A bit less bulky and used for VR

Sony has just patented the successor to the 1980's Nintendo Power Glove.

AMD dual-GPU Fury X2 could be air-cooled
Published in Graphics


Roy Taylor teases Tiki SFF once again

Roy Taylor has once again teased the console-sized Falcon Northwest Tiki SFF PC showing what appears to be an air-cooled Radeon Fury X2 dual-GPU graphics card.

Appeals Court backs Samsung in appeal against Apple
Published in News


Apple did not invent slide to unlock

A US appeals court overturned a $120 million jury verdict against Samsung saying that the company did not infringe Apple's "quick links" patent, and that patents for the iPhone's slide-to-unlock and auto-correct features were invalid.