Rumour: Nvidia GPUs to use Samsung 14nm FinFET
Published in Graphics
13 April 2015


Tape-out, but more likely bad grapevine

A rumour fresh out of Korea suggests Nvidia might be tapping Samsung as a GPU foundry, but there is a catch.  

MediaTek announces new IoT platform for developers
Published in Wearables
13 April 2015


Speeds up time-to-market

MediaTek has announced a new development platform for Internet of Things (IoT) developers. 

A million Americans ordered the Apple Watch on Friday
Published in Wearables
13 April 2015



Soft demand for pricier models

Analysts believe nearly one million people ordered the Apple Watch on the first day of sales.

Intel-based Asus Zenfone 2 up for pre-order
Published in Mobiles
11 April 2015


$289 for 2GB version, $367 for flagship 4GB model

The new Asus Zenfone 2 is coming soon, and you can already pre-order two versions of the Intel-based flagship. 

EVGA announces new Pro SLI Bridges V2
Published in Graphics
10 April 2015


New special SLI bridges for multi-GPU systems

EVGA has announced its newest Pro SLI Bridges V2 which will bring several improvements compared to both reference as well as previous generation SLI bridges.

Call of Duty Black Ops III confirmed via teaser
Published in Games
10 April 2015


Full unveil comes on April 26th

While it has already been rumored, Activision has now released a teaser trailer confirming Black Ops III as the next Call of Duty title.

ZTE Blade S6 reviewed, a budget Lollipop iPhone?
Published in Reviews
10 April 2015


Review:
Snapdragon 615 ready for fancy dress party

The ZTE Blade S6 is the Chinese company’s latest crack at the mid-range smartphone segment, but is its fancy body writing cheques its internals can’t cash? 

Purge your computer of Beebone
Published in News
10 April 2015


Botnet has been downed

UK firms have been urged to purge their computers of Beebone distributed malware after the botnet was downed by an international operation.
The AAEH botnet was killed off by Europol's European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT), Dutch police and the FBI.

US government stops China having the world's fastest supercomputer
Published in News
10 April 2015


Fixing the game

The US government is so deeply embarrassed that the Chinese have consistently won the title of owner of the world's fastest supercomputer, it has decided to fix the rules of the game.

iMac is getting daft reviews
Published in News
10 April 2015


How do you say it is rubbish without offending anyone? 

Wall Street Journal reviewers  are having a devil of a job with Apple latey – they want to say the latest products are rubbish, but appear to stop short.