Re-issued iOS 9.2.1 fixes bricked "Error 53" iPhones
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But there is a catch

On Thursday, the Palo Alto, California-headquartered technology giant with a Fischer Price-themed mobile operating system re-issued iOS 9.2.1 with a software fix for the widespread “Error 53” hardware error that has bricked tens of thousands of iPhones worldwide since becoming a frequent issue over the last few months of 2015.

Samsung to launch phone upgrade plan on March 11
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Calls it Galaxy Club

Whatever Apple has in its latest model and Samsung Galaxy is missing, will be present in the next generation of Galaxy smartphones and the launch of the Galaxy Club phone upgrade service just confirms this.

Nvidia has 20 to 25 million powered cars in the pipeline
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Nvidia's automotive future is bright

After 23 and a half years of trying, Nvidia finally became a 5 billion dollar revenue company. This is a great result considering that all PC-oriented companies are suffering from the PC market decline. Now the company has 20 to 25 million cars that will ship with Nvidia technology inside.

Samsung launches its new 750 EVO SSD series
Published in Memory


Available only in 120GB and 250GB capacities

While it was already spotted a while back, Samsung has now officially announced its new 750 EVO series which will be based on Samsung's 16nm TLC NAND and only be available in 120GB and 250GB capacities. 

Seagate unveils new 7mm 2.5-inch 2TB Mobile HDD
Published in Memory


To provide high capacity and amazing value

Seagate has introduced its new Mobile HDD line of internal HDDs meant to provide high capacity, high performance and amazing value, all in a standard 2.5-inch 7mm-thick form factor.

Toshiba announces new SG5 series consumer SSDs
Published in Memory


Based on 15nm TLC NAND and in 2.5-inch and M.2 form-factors

Toshiba has announced its newest line of consumer grade SSDs based on 15nm TLC NAND, the Toshiba SG5 SSD series.

Intel confirms 10nm on track for 2017
Published in Processors


Despite rumours of delay

Chipzilla has said that a job advert which implied that it would not be using the 10nm process for two years was inaccurate and confirmed that it is on track for a 2017 release.

ARM Cortex-R8 processor design is out
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Aiming for modems and storage device

ARM has released the new Cortex-R8 processor design which it says can provide low latency and high performance for modem and storage device chips.

Asustek lowers zenfone sales expectations
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30 million too high

Asustek has decided that it is unlikely to met its target shipments of 30 million ZenFone-series smartphones to all markets except China in 2016

Torvalds admits he is not a “people person”
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Gosh and we never knew

The creator of Linux, Linus Torvalds has shocked the world and admitted he is not a “people person.”