3D officially dying again
Published in Graphics


Samsung and LG phasing it out

It is looking like 3D technology is dead in the water with both Samsung and LG phasing it out in new TVs.

Nvidia did not steal Samsung's ideas
Published in News


US court decides

A long running battle against Nvidia by Samsung is over, with the Korean chipmaker being soundly defeated.

OEMs appear to kill AMD’s Carrizo
Published in Processors


Shackled, overpriced by OEM ball and chain

AMD’s hopes that its Carrizo might boost performance are being stuffed up by its OEM partners crippling the chip and over-pricing products made with it.

OnePlus 2 gets a permanent price cut
Published in Mobiles


Now priced at US $349 for the 64GB version

OnePlus has announced that its OnePlus 2 smartphone will get a permanant price cut, pushing it from US $389 down to US $349 for the 64GB version.

Imagination fires CEO
Published in News


Another Apple partner suffering 

Imagination Technologies has fired its CEO as it heads for its second year of losses.

Sony re-incarnates cassette tapes
Published in News


Not as you remember them

The inventor of the walkman, Sony is having another crack at flogging the cassette tape, allthough it is not quite as you remember it.

Google gets deeper into virtual reality
Published in Wearables


More virtual vapourware expected

Google is researching into a more virtual realtiy technology which will probably just end up in the beta stage before the search engine gives up on the whole project.

Super bowl L Audi commercial plugged Kanzi UI software
Published in News


Benchmarking outfit Rightware behind it

Rightware, the company behind the Basemark mobile benchmark received a plug by Audi during its Super Bowl commercial.

Behold the latest iPhone’s photographic ability
Published in Mobiles


In the hands of a master

Everyone knows that the iPhone takes superior pictures even to every other mobile phone out there even when an idiot is behind the lens because the Tame Apple Press tells us. So what happens when the Superbowl is recorded on an iPhone by Apple’s supremo – Tim Cook.

Foxconn to take over Sharp
Published in News


Wants a Sharp note before it goes flat

Foxconn is certain to pay more than $5 billion to get Sharp and its display business.