Micron unveils new 3500 NVMe SSD
Published in PC Hardware

Aimed at gaming, content creation, and scientific computing

Micron Technology has announced its latest Micron 3500 NVMe SSD. Based on 232-layer NAND, the Micron 3500 SSD series comes in M.2 form-factor and in capacities of up to 2TB.

Noctua releases NM-M1 Torx-based SecuFirm2+ mounting kits
Published in PC Hardware

Significantly improving performance on AMD AM5 socket

Noctua has released its new NM-M1 multi-socket mounting kits that are meant as an upgrade for Noctua's existing coolers and are based on Noctua's new SecuFirm2+ standard.

US government close to killing off Firefox support
Published in News

Making the red panda browser more endangered

The US government might be set to remove support for Mozilla's Firefox browser due to an obscure guideline for developers.

UK has another crack at banning internet p*rn
Published in News

Forcing sites to confirm the age of users

UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has laid out how porn sites could verify users' ages under the newly passed Online Safety Act.

PlayStation users pushed off the network
Published in Gaming

Accounts suspended

Many PlayStation Network users reported that their accounts were unexpectedly permanently suspended.

Amazon moans to UK anti-trust body
Published in Cloud

Microsoft has been a big meanie

Amazon has told Britain's antitrust authority that its rival Microsoft uses business practices restricting customer choice in the cloud computing market. It is the second major company to criticise the US tech giant's operations.

Microsoft offers to extend Windows 10’s life
Published in News

Beyond 14 October 2025

Software King of the World Microsoft has confirmed that it will extend Windows 10's support beyond 14 October 2025 if users pay it extra.

Robbers return a phone because it didn’t have an Apple logo
Published in Mobiles

But the phone was much better

Stupid thieves returned a stolen Galaxy S23 Ultra because it was not an iPhone, and they thought selling it would not make them enough cash.

AMD does well in November Steam survey
Published in News

Up 4.7 per cent  in GPUs and 8.4 per cent in CPUs

AMD is showing significant gains in November's latest Steam hardware survey - up 4.7 per cent in GPUs and 8.4 per cent in CPUs.

Samsung S23 FE launching in Europe on December 8
Published in Mobiles

Most likely getting the Exynos 2200 SoC

The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE launched back in October and its currently selling in both the U.S. and coming to some Asian markets, and now, it has been confirmed it will be launching in Europe on December 8th.