MINIX NEO P2 is an insanely small GaN charger
Published in Reviews


Review:
Three devices, PD with 65W

MINIX is well known for its mini PC devices and has been a very successful player for years. In the meantime, the company expanded its portfolio to include USB Type-C storage and chargers.

VMWare reports record growth
Published in News


Would have been better if it had not been for that pesky virus

VMware has reported third quarter growth that beat guidance offered earlier in its financial year but said results would have been better but for a slowdown in “transformational projects”.

FCC insists that ZTE is still a security threat
Published in News


No proof required

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has rejected a petition from ZTE asking the agency to reconsider its decision designating the Chinese company as a US national security threat to communications networks.

Intel shuts Intel Studios
Published in News


No AR/VR projects

Intel has pulled the plug on one of its most ambitious AR/VR projects and  shut down Intel Studios.

How Facebook protected Holocaust deniers
Published in News


And continued to recommend similar content

Social notworking site Facebook accidently is protecting Holocaust deniers and even recommends sites where they can be historically stupid while supporting the Nazis.

New euro-Tesla designed in Berlin
Published in Transportation


If you believe Musk

Elon Musk made rare comments about a new Tesla vehicle to be designed in Berlin, adding that the reason behind the new vehicle programme is to attract new talent from Europe.

Smartphone users have the attention span of a goldfish
Published in Mobiles



Nothing to do with too many notifications


A study has poured cold water on the notion that smartphone users are distracted by too many notifications.

Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus now available
Published in News


$199 1TB and $399 2TB

Sabrent reached out to let us know that Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus is now available in 1TB, and 2TB sizes at Amazon.com and a few other places. The drive was initially announced in September, and it holds the fastest on the market crown with 7100 MB/s read and 6600 MB/s write performance.

UK plans to fine telcos who use Huawei
Published in Network


Ofcom's new job

Any hope that Huawei might get a reprieve in the UK after the fall of Donald Trump have been dashed by the news that the UK government is considering firing the company’s customers.