Blackberry starts shipping phones again
Published in Mobiles
04 March 2015


Looking before they leap

BlackBerry has announced a new mid-range handset, called Leap, and revealed an upcoming slider phone, which CEO John Chen referred to as “The Slider”. 

Alcatel and Wiko bring some French charm to MWC
Published in Mobiles
04 March 2015


Affordable yet stylish mid-rangers

Alcatel OneTouch and Wiko may not be premium brands eager to take on heavyweights in the high-end segment, but they did introduce a number of compelling mid-range products at MWC. 

Nvidia unveils the new US $199 Shield console
Published in News
04 March 2015


GDC 2015: 4K TV, gaming and streaming device coming in May

During its Made to Game event at Game Developers Conference 2015 in San Francisco, Nvidia unveiled the newest member of the Shield family, a set-top box running Android TV, simply called Shield.

AMD LiquidVR to deliver new virtual reality capabilities
Published in Graphics
04 March 2015


More about software than hardware?

AMD Liquid VR is not a retail product – it is an initiative to develop and deliver the best Virtual Reality (VR) experience in the industry.

Paypal enters the payment market
Published in News
03 March 2015

 
All that experience...

Paypal is entering the online payments market and is taking on those in the Tame Apple Press who are trying to carve out a niche for their favorite toymaker.

Lenovo tries its hand at a camera phone
Published in Mobiles
03 March 2015


Sounds like a sex toy

Lenovo is showing off its first serious moves into making a camera phone.

Intel and Microsoft team up on mobile
Published in News
03 March 2015


Two also rans also run

The two also rans in the mobile race, Intel and Microsoft are teaming up to improve their market position.

Apple Pay increases fraud
Published in News
03 March 2015


The price of trusting Jobs' Mob security

Apple's security, which is about as effective as the guards in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, is suddenly finding itself in trouble when dealing with people's finances.

Windows XP will not die
Published in News
03 March 2015


People are installing it

After a slump in the use of Windows XP, it appears that some daft people are re-installing it, even as they walk away from Windows 7.

Canadian coppers find mega child porn network
Published in News
03 March 2015


1.2 petabytes of data

Canadian police say they’ve uncovered a massive online file sharing network made up of 1.2 petabytes of data—more than four times the amount of data in the US Library of Co?ngress.