Western Digital allowed to look under Tosh's bonnet
Published in Memory


Temporary court order issued

Western Digital won a temporary US court order on Tuesday saying that Toshiba must allow Western Digital's employees to access databases and chip samples as part of a joint venture around flash memory chip plants in Japan.

Kaspersky worked with the FSB in 2008
Published in News


Closer than previously admitted


Claims by the AV outfit Kaspersky that it only has a passing connection with Russian spooks have been damaged by the leak of some internal emails.

Apple surrenders to China’s data controls
Published in Mobiles


Finally a force that can make Apple obey


The Tame Apple Press has been reporting about how Apple is setting up a super-cool, ground-breaking data centre in China.

EVGA officially unveils the GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid
Published in Graphics


GTX 1080 Ti with AiO and iCX

EVGA has now officially launched its newest Geforce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid graphics card, which features a hybrid cooler.

Corsair Neutron NX500 PCIe SSDs show up at Newegg.com
Published in Memory


Gets reviewed as well

Although not officially announced by Corsair, the Neutron NX500 series PCIe NVMe 800GB and 400GB SSDs have appeared at Newegg.com as well as being reviewed.

Intel could be limiting Pentium G4560 CPU production
Published in Processors


In order to improve Core i3 sales

According to a report that surfaced online, Intel is allegedly limiting or even killing the production of its Pentium G4560 dual-core LGA1151 CPU in order to improve its Core i3 sales.

AMD rolls out Radeon Software 17.7.1 Beta drivers
Published in Graphics


One to have for new mining graphics cards

AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition drivers, version 17.7.1 Beta, which bring support for a couple of recently launched mining and standard graphics cards as well as a couple of fixed bugs.

Tegra powered oven drops to $999 for PRIME Day
Published in News


What's cooking, Jensen?

For those of you who have been waiting to bring an NVIDIA-powered product into yet another room in your house, today is the day  Amazon has Tegra K1-powered smart oven on sale.

MIT boffin predicts telepathy soon
Published in News


We know what you are thinking


A former MIT professor and engineering executive at Facebook, Oculus, Intel, and Google claims she is close to make communicating telepathically happen relatively soon.

iPhone Pro rumoured to start at $1,200
Published in News


Apple finally loses the plot


While there have been rumours circulating that the iPhone 8 will have a price which may exceed $1,000,  some Apple watchers think that the price will be much higher.