Dell warns about industry consolidation
Published in News

Top three will hold 80 per cent of the market

The top three global PC makers will control 80 per cent of the market as companies are forced to consolidate, warned tin box shifter Michael Dell.

Canon comes up with 250-megapixel image sensor
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Fits into a DSLR camera

Canon has introduced a 250-megapixel image sensor capable of fitting into DSLR cameras.

China jumps on VPN tools
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Astrill restricted

China is doing its best to make sure its workers cannot use VPNs to sneak past its Great Firewall of China.

Apple tries to buy intelligence
Published in Mobiles

Running out of ideas

Desperate to find new ways to flog its iPhones in a dying market, fruity cargo cult Apple is turning to artificial intelligence.

European notebook sales slowing
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Cash flow problems

European notebook retailers are finding it hard to shift products and are suffering from cash flow problems.

Sony fixes Snapdragon 810 overheating on Xperia Z5 Premium
Published in Mobiles

Teardown reveals dual heatpipe

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 SoC will go down in history as a SoC that likes to overheat but it appears that Sony managed to solve that problem with its newest Xperia Z5 Premium and Xperia Z5 smartphones by using a dual heatpipe to cool it down.

"Most DX12 games partnered with AMD" claimed
Published in Graphics

Trash talk on Rededit

AMD claims that it has the majority of DX12 games signed up in a partnership.

Oracle fires Java evangelists
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No faith in a return from dead or at least dying

It is starting to look like Oracle believes that Java is getting too old and is starting to die.

Bugzilla attacked and attacks Mozilla
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Mothra not drawn into conflict

Big cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have confirmed that Bugzilla has been hacked and sensitive data has been turned on Mozilla users.

Microsoft culls Nokia photography apps
Published in Mobiles

Lumia apps are just not worth it

To please its glorious Microsoft overlord, the former rubber boot maker Nokia released a string of photography apps which were designed to work on Redmond's nearly invisible mobile phones. Now Microsoft is pulling most of them.