Barbara Streisand suffers from Apple effect
Published in News

Siri is still rubbish

While it is being touted as a cure for cancer by the Tame Apple Press, Barbara Streisand is unimpressed with its AI browser Siri.

Sony to introduce two new PS4 consoles next month
Published in Games

"PS4 Slim" refresh along with 4K PlayStation Neo

Over the weekend, new images emerged of a second PlayStation 4 console that Sony is expected to release next month alongside its anticipated mid-generation hardware refresh known collectively as the “PlayStation Neo” or 4K-capable PlayStation 4.

Android 7.0 to be released next week
Published in Mobiles

Coming first to Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

Google is set to officially release its forthcoming Android 7.0 mobile operating system for its flagship Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P devices early next week, according to a report from 9to5Google.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided launch trailer released
Published in Games

Gets mostly positive reviews

Square Enix has released the launch trailer for its upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided game which is coming on August 23rd.

Intel Kaby Lake mainstream CPU lineup revealed
Published in Processors

All quad-core parts with increased clockspeeds

Chinese tech website Coolaler posted an extensive list of Intel’s upcoming Kaby Lake desktop processors based on Socket LGA 1151 yesterday.

Qualcomm Centriq is a brand for data center SoCs
Published in Processors

Attacking the profitable server market

Today, most of the world server and data center market share belongs to Intel, while AMD and the whole ARM server conspiracy, sorry egosystems  are making tiny contributions when and if opportunities rise.

MSI works on a liquid-cooled GTX 1080
Published in Graphics

Teams up with EK Water Blocks

In addition to plenty of Pascal-based notebooks, MSI brought a rather interesting desktop graphics card to the Gamescom 2016 show in Cologne, the liquid-cooled GTX 1080 "30th Anniversary Edition".

Next iWatch will need an iPhone
Published in Wearables

Inovation, Apple has heard of it

When it was first released, the iWatch was slammed for needing an iPhone to work. After all, there is no point having an iWatch if you have to carry your phone around too.  Now, two years later, the crack inovators at Apple still have not managed to fix the problem.

Galaxy Note 7 is pants to repair
Published in Mobiles

iFixit teardown spills the glue

Samsung's newest flagship fablet will be a bugger to repair and will need to be sent back to the manufacturer most of the time if anything goes wrong.

Microsoft’s Powershell goes open source
Published in News

Coming to a Mac and Linux machine near you

Software King of the World, Microsoft, has announced that its Powershell automation and scripting system is going open source.