HP Elite X3 5.96-inch enterprise superphone leaked
Published in Mobiles


Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, fingerprint and retina scanners

Hewlett Packard is planning to launch a new Windows-based smartphone this week at Mobile World Congress 2016, thanks to reports that have been surfacing since the week after CES 2016.

Need for Speed system requirements announced
Published in Games


Needs GTX 970/R9 290 for 60 FPS at 1920x1080

EA and Ghost Games have announced official minimum and recommended system requirements for its upcoming Need for Speed game and it appears the game will need a decent rig in case you want to get a lot of eye-candy, even at 1920x1080 resolution.

EKWB launches four new EK-FC Terminals
Published in Graphics


Including one for connecting seven graphics cards

EK Water Blocks has launched no less than four new EK-FC Terminals, which allow users to easily connect multiple liquid cooled graphics cards as well as simplify the making of a custom loop liquid cooling system.

Notebook makers diversify into IoT
Published in Wearables


'Fings aint what they used to be' so get into the Internet of Fings

Notebook ODMs are trying to balance the loses in their industry by expanding into the Internet of Things (IoT) industry.

Neverware turns old laptop into Chromebook
Published in Notebooks


You can even do it for free

New York City startup Neverware has come up with an idea to transform your old laptop into a speedy "Chromebook."

Canadians come up with a bendy phone
Published in Mobiles


Bendier than the iPhone


Ever since Apple came up with a smartphone that bent, everyone wants to copy them. Now a team of researchers have come up with ReFlex which they claims is the first true bendable smartphone.

Instagram now supports two-factor authentication
Published in News


Helps users mitigate identity hijacking


Social media giant Instagram has recently begun rolling out two-factor authentication to some of its users in an effort to spare any attempts at hijacking and changing account passwords, according to recent reports. The Facebook-owned service is the latest to add additional security measures to protect its users from financial losses, identity hijacking and false representation.

Lenovo agrees to pay royalties Qualcomm
Published in Processors


Backpay not mentioned

Lenovo has agreed to start paying Qualcomm royalties on its 3G and 4G phones in China, covering both their own creations and Motorola’s.

White House calls time on Apple’s “freedom” spin
Published in Mobiles


Read the court order this is not about back-doors

The Fruity Cargo cult’s insistence that it is being required to put a backdoor in its iPhone software is a complete fantasy according to the White House.

Linux Foundation releases Zephyr
Published in Wearables


A wind up the world of IoT 

The Linux Foundation has launched its Zephyr Project as part of a cunning plan to create an open source, small footprint, modular, scalable, connected, real-time OS for IoT devices.