Intel makes Skylake notebook wake up with voice
Published in News

IDF 2015: Intel develops PC that wakes up when you talk to it

Intel has just developed wake up on voice technology and showed it off at the Intel Developer Forum.

Nokia Tablet N1 not shipping to the UK
Published in Mobiles

Nasty roast beef eaters

The former rubber boot maker Nokia has spelt out in clear turns that it is not going to bring out its N1 tablet in the UK.

DirectX12 is bad news for Nvidia
Published in Processors

AMD staff seen dancing in the street

Microsoft's move to DirectX12 might have helped AMD rather than Nvidia.

Windows 10 has 53 million installs
Published in News

About the population of South Africa

Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system has been getting some good take-up despite people having loading problems, and the software treating privacy in the same way as a compulsive peeping tom.

Qualcomm gets iPhone Modem chip contract
Published in Mobiles

But it may not last

Qualcomm looks certain to supply Apple with the modem chips for the upcoming iPhone, but the relatonship's future is not set in stone.

Google’s next Android is a marshmallow
Published in Mobiles

Turns to goo when things get hot

We are not sure what Google’s marketing people were smoking when they came up with the name Marshmallow for the next version of Android.

Rambus makes something - shock
Published in Memory

Stops trolling for moment

The former chipmaker, turned patent troll, Rambus has shocked the IT industry by actually making a chip.

Intel’s Skylake is creating a mess in the channel
Published in Processors

A lot of controversial messaging

There is no doubt that Skylake is rather impressive architecture with a huge focus on mobile. At the same time, the Skylake Core i7 6700K desktop part seems to be the most disconnected product launch Intel did in the last few years.

GPU shipments down 11 per cent
Published in Graphics

Suppliers need to sell less to make money

Nvidia had good quarter thanks to selling plenty of desktop-based Geforce cards, but the overall market has dropped 11 percent from the last quarter.

Why the HTC One M9+ was pulled from Holland
Published in Mobiles

Lack of 4G 20 band affected two carriers

Last week the HTC One M9+ was pulled from sales in the Netherlands, but not from rest of the Europe leaving many people puzzled.