Intel’s NUC roadmap leaked
Published in Notebooks


Two years worth of tiny PCs

Intel’s NUC consumer roadmap has leaked online showing that Chipzilla is seriously holding a torch for tiny PCs.

New Nvidia Shield on the way
Published in Mobiles


Nvidia’s tablet gets FCC thumbs up

A new unannounced NVIDIA tablet passed has passed through the FCC process.

ARM is turning Japanese
Published in Processors


£24 billion, I really think so


British chip designer ARM   has just agreed to be bought  by the Japanese giant SoftBank for £24 billion.

Google secretly working on AR
Published in Wearables


Not interested in VR

The dark satanic rumor mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn claiming that Google has abandoned its VR projects and is secretly working on a an augmented reality-style headset.

Chinese site puts iPhone 6S and 7 next to each other
Published in Mobiles


We can’t tell them apart

The 24/7 hype wagon surrounding the iPhone 7 is starting to look a little shaky after a Chinese site got its paws on the latest model and stuck it alongside the old one.

Microsoft will miss its billion devices target
Published in News


Even tricking users into downloading it didn't work

Software King of the World Microsoft's cunning plan to install Windows 10 on a billion devices by mid-2018 will probably not happen.

EVGA GTX 1080 FTW reviewed
Published in Reviews

Review: Has the new ACX 3.0 cooler and a light show

We like the way EVGA has designed its new GTX 1080 FTW graphics card. It looks as powerful as it is and will drive you the fastest route through any journey.

Qualcomm faces fines in Korea
Published in Processors


$883,259,284 for anti-trust

Qualcomm faces up to a $883,259,284 fine in Korea for allegedly violating anti-trust regulations, the Fair Trade Commission (FTC) said.

Wells Fargo puts Nvidia on last stage
Published in Graphics


AMD and Intel about to rough them up a little and run them out of town

Nvidia is not going to come out of new competition from AMD and Intel that well, according to analysts Well Fargo.

Qualcomm sues Meizu
Published in News


Other players might also face the wrath of its mighty briefs

Qualcomm has sued the Chinese smartphone vendor Meizu for infringing its patents and reports from China suggest that Oppo and Vivo might also be dragged into court.