Rumour: Meizu MX5 to sport insane camera
Published in Mobiles
24 February 2015


MediaTek SoC, up to 4GB RAM

Fresh rumours out of China suggest the new Meizu MX4 smartphone will feature a 41-megapixel camera. 

Valve joins the virtual reality race with SteamVR
Published in Graphics
24 February 2015


Looking for VR content creators

Steam has announced a new and refined Steam Controller, but it is also bringing a completely new toy in the form of SteamVR. 

Slash Gear hopes for Nvidia Shield VR next week
Published in Graphics
24 February 2015


Not a high-resolution console

Next week will be full of product launches, as we expect to officially see HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, as well as many other phones and some tablets.

AMD Carrizo specs revealed at ISSCC
Published in Processors
24 February 2015


Higher density, lower power

AMD has revealed more details about its upcoming Carrizo APU at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC).

Amazon returns 20 percent of GTX 970 price
Published in Graphics
24 February 2015


Keep the card and stay our customer please

We came across a really interesting chat tread of an Amazon customer making a complaint over the GTX 970 specification. 

AMD wants CPU engineer for Catalyst
Published in Graphics
23 February 2015


Getting more serious about GPU drivers

AMD appears to be getting more serious about its GPU drivers and is hiring a CPU performance engineer to speed things up.

Samsung gets Apple DRAM chip contract
Published in Mobiles
23 February 2015


Your iPhone is a Samsung

It looks like Samsung has buried the hatchet with Apple and has gone back to the days when the iPhone was mostly made from its parts.

HTTPS busting tech found in more products
Published in News
23 February 2015


Lenovo not the only Superfish user

The same HTTPS-breaking technology recently found preinstalled on Lenovo laptops has been found in 12 new titles.

Apple to spend some of its tax-free cash pile in EU
Published in News
23 February 2015


Warning the tax inspectors

Fruity tax avoider Apple is going to spend some of its huge cash pile investing in the EU. This is probably because if it brings back any of its EU generated cash to the US it will be taxed, so it might as well spend it on something useful.

Apple and Linux buggier than Windows
Published in News
23 February 2015

 
Buggier than a Sardinian cheese 

Despite what you might get told by Apple and Linux fanboys, their operating systems are less secure and more buggy than anything which comes out of Redmond.