GoPro recalls 2,500 drones
Published in News


Karma police


GoPro must be wondering wondered what it did in a previous life after it has been forced to recall about 2,500 of its recently introduced Karma drones because they lost power during use.

Aussies build a better Qubit
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Step closer to cat-friendly quantum computers

Australian boffins have come up with a better qubit which makes quantum computers more likely.

Immigrate to Canada site falls over
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Escaping the Orange revolution

The Canadian government’s immigration website crashed as thousands of Americans fearing the nation’s decision to elect its first Orange president tried to escape across the northern border to escape the new tyranny.

Radeon RX 480 4GB drops below US $199.99
Published in Graphics


Powercolor has the goods

While checking out an offer over at Newegg.com, we stumbled on a rather neat offer of a Radeon RX 480 4GB graphics card on pre-order for US $189.99, which is actually the first time that we have seen it below AMD's MSRP of US $199.99.

Intel’s use of lasers could change chips
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Laser chips could be the next big thing

Analyst outfit Susquehanna Financial Group gave Intel the thumbs up for its newly developed "laser chips" saying the development could be a game changer that will give the company the data centre chip market for years.

Intel preparing new M.2 PCIe 610P SSD series
Published in Memory


Based on TLC 3D NAND

According to the latest leaked slide, Intel is working on the new performance-segment 610P series SSD based on TLC 3D NAND, M.2 2280 form-factor and PCIe NVMe interface.

Nvidia makes semi-official statement regarding drivers telemetry
Published in Graphics


All in EULA and FAQ and just for bug/error reporting

Nvidia telemetry issue with some of its latest drivers has gained a lot of ground in the last few days and finally we have a semi-official response from Nvidia, saying that it is all in EULA and that it is only meant for crash and bug reporting.

Apple has faith in MacBook Pro afterall
Published in Notebooks


It is not a swan song

We did suspect that Apple had given up and surrendered the notebook ground to Microsoft with the release of its latest MacBook Pro – but it seems we might have been wrong.

Microsoft discounts Xbox One
Published in Games


In time for Christmas

While the UK is seeing price rises thanks to the falling pound, it seems that Microsoft is slashing the pricing of its Xbox One.

Samsung raided by South Korean watchdogs
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Cash offer to President’s close friend questioned

South Korean coppers raided Samsung offices in Seoul after allegations that the company offered money to the daughter of Choi Soon-sil, who is a close friend of company President Park Geun-hye.