Micron doing well
Published in Processors


Predicts better revenue


Micron has forecast current-quarter revenue and profit far ahead of what the cocaine nose-jobs of Wall Street predicted.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 does not throttle
Published in Reviews


Our own testing of score consistency

Before we tell you how well Snapdragon 835 benchmarked we wanted to share one more important thing. The 10nm chip really stays cool even after five runs of the same benchmark. Some of its competitors will fail significantly after five runs. 

Samsung Bixby to fight Siri, Alexa and Assistant
Published in Mobiles


Google assistant look alike for the Galaxy S8

Samsung is only a week away from the official announcement of its Galaxy S8 phone and the company officially shared that the new Samsung devices will get a new intelligent interface. The Korean mobile giant is using a rather questionable name, Bixby. 

EKWB releases new Terminal Rotary GPU connectors
Published in News


Allow 360-degree full circle rotation

EK Water Blocks, a well known liquid cooling equipment makers from Slovenia, have released its new GPU water block terminal, the EF-FC Terminal Rotary 90°.

AMD preparing boxed-versions of Ryzen 7 1800X/1700X
Published in Processors


Coming with Wraith Max cooler

AMD launched its flagship Ryzen 7 SKUs as WOF (without fan-heatsink) boxed packages but according to the latest report, it appears that boxed versions of those SKUs with Wraith Max cooler are coming soon.

Bloke who claims to represent God tells us Social Media is not real
Published in News

Pope Francis worries about the kiddies

A bloke who claims to represent God on earth and represents an organisation which promises to get you into a mystical city made out of gold when you die has told kids that social networks give them a false image of reality.

Apple insists that Turks cannot bring down its cloud
Published in News


But it would say that even if they could

Fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple has reassured its legions of fans in the media that there is no way that Turkish hackers can bring down its entire operation.

New Intel, AMD and Nvidia products not helping industry
Published in Motherboards


Motherboard makers still miserable


Despite the fact that the big three chipmakers are coming up with new products, motherboard makers are continuing to see reduced shipments, which suggest that none of them are expected to have stellar sales.

Coppers furious over Siri prank
Published in Mobiles


Apple fanboys call the emergency services for a giggle

US coppers are furious about an viral online prank which uses a flaw in Apple’s Siri software to call the emergency services.

Fault in the Nintendo Switch can be fixed with a foam blob
Published in News


Wireless connection fault has cheap fix


Nintendo Switch reviews spotted problems with the left Joy-Con occasionally losing its wireless connection to the console and some hackers found that opening the controller and adding a simple piece of wire increased its effective range.