IBM suffering
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New business can't make up for old

While IBM's new cloud and mobile business are doing quite well, they are not making enough to off-set the losses from the older traditional arms of the company.

AMD might bundle Wraith cooler with more CPUs
Published in Processors


Coming to FX-8350 and FX-6350

According to the latest rumor, AMD might bundle its premium Wraith reference CPU cooler with some AM3+ CPUs as well, including the the FX-8350 and the FX-6350.

Asus announces new VG278HV 27-inch 144Hz gaming monitor
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With 27-inch Full HD TN-panel 

Asus has announced its newest 27-inch gaming monitor, which will be based on a Full HD TN-panel with 144Hz refresh rate, the Asus VG278HV.

Windows 10 mobile works on Snapdragon 820
Published in Processors


No reason for any delays


Microsoft has just issued some documentation which suggests that Windows 10 Mobile already supports the Snapdragon 820 chipset and the unannounced Snapdragon 830.

Huawei shows off VR specs
Published in Wearables


Announces first VR headset

Huawei has officially announced the company's first virtual reality headset. Dubbed the Huawei VR, the headset comes with the world's first 360-degree sound field which promises a better audio experience.

Intel’s Apollo Lake may improve low-end PCs
Published in Processors


Budget without so many compromises

Intel has been showing off its new Apollo Lake chips, and if the outfit is correct it could shake up the lower-end PC market.

Japanese earthquakes could damage IT supplies
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Sony plant damaged

The two major earthquakes rocked southern Japan this week damaging Sony's image sensor plant.

EU preparing to slap Google
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Anti-trust

The EU is gearing up for what will be an epic legal battle with the search outfit Google.

GloPro wants into the VR market
Published in Wearables


Omni VR camera revealed today

Troubled camera brand GoPro is going for broke and getting into the emerging VR market.

Apple freezes production for another quarter
Published in Mobiles


Has no hope for the iPhone SE

Remember how the Tame Apple Press told us that the world wanted to go back to small phones and that the iPhone SE would be a money spinner? It turns out that we were not the only ones who thought that idea was rubbish – Apple does not believe it either.