Huawei supports Daydream VR
Published in Mobiles


With both Kirin and Qualcomm devices

Fudzilla has an official note from Huawei saying it will be one of the first companies to support Daydream, Google’s platform for high performance mobile virtual reality.

Samsung shows off 10nm LPDDR4 6GB mobile DRAM
Published in Memory


Headed for the Galaxy Note 6

Samsung has unveiled its 10-nanometer LPDDR4 6GB mobile DRAM which is probably heading for the much rumoured Galaxy Note 6 in August this year.

Android N is just "incremental upgrades"
Published in Mobiles


7.0 likely not to get to your phone

Unless you have the latest greatest and expenisve phone in the last two years the chances of seeing the next generation Android N, aka 7.0 are slim. Regardless of that Google has announced the new android that will hit most of the new phones in 2017.

PC Group hardest hit in Intel's 12,000 job cuts
Published in Processors


Software next target

Intel's restructuring axe seems to be falling on its PC client divsion and software areas with more than 12000 jobs to go.

Nvidia releases Tesla M10 GPU
Published in Graphics


Putting graphics on the servers

Nvidia has been talking about its Tesla M10 GPU designed to run on the latest version of the company's GRID technology.

Wearable watch  gives you an electric shock when you spend too much
Published in Wearables


Pavlok is an iWatch antedote

A wearable device which gives you an electric shock if you spend too much is being touted for those who need to save cash.

Zuckerberg tried to get leading conservatives in one room
Published in News


Humanity missed a chance to save the world

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has met several high-profile conservative figures in US politics in a bid to convince them that he was not really fixing it so their news was not being properly presented on the social networking site.

Symantec’s Windows kernel loading anti-virus is a nightmare
Published in News


Who would have thunk it?

Symantec hit on a wizard wheeze for creating a more secure version of windows by jacking its security software into the kernel.

Nokia takes smartphone business back from Microsoft
Published in Mobiles


Thanks for the restructuring


Nokia has taken back its mobile phone and tablet brand from Microsoft and getting back into the market globally.

Transparent display is with us
Published in News

Only problem is that is a bit rubbish

Almost every sci-fi telly programme has tablets and monitors which are transparent and it seems that Samsung has finally build them. The only problem is that they are not that great to use.