Notebook makers look to servers to make up for lost cash
Published in Notebooks


Non-notebook lines way forward


ODMs are giving up on PCs in favour of non-notebook production lines and servers.

Acer splits into two
Published in News


Hardware and Cloud

Acer has divided its businesses into two group – one for IT hardware products and the other for cloud services, smart devices and e-businesses.

Meizu Note 3 expected on April 6
Published in Mobiles


2GHz Helio P10 at great price

Meziu has announced at its website that there will be an event on April 6th and that the company is expected to release Meizu Note 3 phone. The company has revealed on its official webiste that the phone should be "pretty fast, thin and long-lasting".

iPhone SE has Qualcomm LTE modem
Published in Mobiles


Industry insiders confirmed

Contrary to our previous reports we got a tip that iPhone SE will continue using Qualcomm modems and not change to Intel. 

Gigabyte launches new X170-Extreme ECC motherboard
Published in Motherboards


Based on C236 chipset and with DDR4 ECC memory support

Gigabyte has launched its new motherboard base on Intel's C236 chipset which comes with support for both Intel's Xeon E3-1200 V5 CPUs as well as DDR4 ECC memory.

Workstation Xeon “Broadwell-EP” processors out soon
Published in Processors


Press slide leaked

An Intel press slide has been leaked on the web which means we should be seeing a workstation-grade Xeon “Broadwell-EP” processor in the shops soon.

Apple stomped on Intel’s RealSense plans
Published in News


Bought the technology from underneath Chipzilla

Intel’s cunning plans for computers that will recognise human emotion using its RealSense 3D camera, have been killed off in the short term by Apple.

A lack of a Bug Bounty causes Apple problems
Published in Mobiles


Hackers would rather sell the iPhone flaws to the government

Fruity cargo cult Apple is having to pay the cost for not paying hackers to find loopholes in its software.

Time called on the Smartwatch industry
Published in Wearables


Bubble burst already

The bottom is dropping out of the smart watch industry as VC’s start to realise that the Apple dream is not making many people much dosh.

Sharp warns on profits as Foxconn deal drags on
Published in News


Foxconn expected to lower its offer

Sharp has warned that its annual earnings were likely to fall short of its official guidance citing a slowing China market just as Foxconn is expected to lower its offer for the loss-making Japanese display maker.