Intel’s Kaby Lake slides leaked
Published in Processors

Skylake successor will have increased Core performance

A Chinese website has got its paws on some Intel slides which talk about Skylake’s successor.

Nvidia Shield Android TV gets a free remote
Published in News

New bundle gives US $49.99 value to Android TV

Nvidia has launched a new Shield Android TV bundle, giving a free remote to the Android TV console at the same price.

Samsung develops 10nm FinFET S-RAM
Published in Memory

Ahead of Intel and TSMC

Samsung appears to have stolen a march on Intel and TSMC by coming up with a 10-nano FinFET processed S-RAM

Google and Asus release Chromebit
Published in Mobiles

Computer for $85

The Google Asus Chromebit computer stick is officially in the shops with an $85 price tag.

Kingston unveils new HyperX Savage USB 3.1 flash drive
Published in Memory

Offering up to 350/250 MB/s of performance 

HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, has unveils its newest HyperX Savage USB 3.1 flash drive.

AMD releases new Catalyst 15.11.1 Beta drivers
Published in Graphics

Performance optimizations for new games

AMD has released its newest Catalyst 15.11.1 Beta drivers which bring performance optimizations for a couple of new and upcoming games.

Nvidia claims to give Supercomputing industry a boost
Published in News

Supercomputing boldly going beyond supercomputing

Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang was boldly splitting infinitives which no man had split before when he claimed that thanks to Nvidia making Supercomputing boldly go beyond supercomputing.

Apple losing its music collectors
Published in News

Even Wired seems to think so

Apple is losing its music fanbase thanks to some rather silly decisions and even the Tame Apple Press is agreeing that it is happening.

Dells says there will be no EMC sell-off
Published in News

Other than VMWare of course

Tinbox shifter, Michael Dell has confirmed that the has no intention to asset strip EMC and flog off small bits of it.

Wearable devices could save PC makers
Published in Wearables

Daft analysts claim

A small number of analysts are telling anyone who will listen that notebook makers could save themselves by getting into wearable devices.