G.Skill announces new Sniper X DDR4 memory series
Published in Memory

In three camouflage designs

G.Skill has unveiled its newest Sniper X DDR4 memory series which will be available in capacities of up to 128GB, frequencies of up to 3600MHz and in three camouflage designs.

Intel knocked off number one chip slot
Published in News

Samsung beats Chipzilla up

Figures just in from the Gartner Group showed that Samsung was the leader in chip sales in 2017.

TSMC might outpace Samsung on 7nm
Published in Processors

Secured orders from 40 big customers

TSMC is set to take Samsung to the cleaners this year in the race to 7nm process volume production.

SEC tells Apple to listen to shareholders
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Must listen to a proposal about human rights

Fruity cargo-cult Apple has been told that it must listen to its shareholders when they ask it to adopt policies that encourage human rights.

Plextor announces its M9Pe NVMe SSD
Published in Memory

Coming in M.2 and PCIe versions

Plextor has officially announced its newest M9Pe NVMe SSD which will be based on Toshiba's 3D TLC NAND and Marvell's 88SS1093 controller as well as be available in both PCIe add-in card and M.2 versions.

Blackberry is back from the dead
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Deal confirms ex-mobile maker has a new life

BlackBerry  and Chinese internet search outfit Baidu signed a deal to jointly develop self-driving vehicle technology, sending BlackBerry’s shares up 13 percent to a four year high as shareholders realised that the company really does now have  a life after it abandoned smartphones.

Apple has shot itself in the foot
Published in News

Battery issues will damage 2018 sales

The fruity cargo-cult Apple’s moves to throttle the speed of iPhones with old batteries will damage its 2018 sales, according to Barclays Bank analysts.

Intel denies chip design stuff-up
Published in Processors

Nothing to see here move on, please 

Intel has denied that there is a huge design problem with its chips which will mean a patch which could slow down its offerings by between five and 30 percent.

Tower of Babel grows as Roku has its say
Published in News

Help me, help me!

Roku will introduce a voice assistant with its technology later this year, entering what's getting to be a crowded space packed with the likes of Amazon, Google, Apple and more.

Spotify failed to pay for music use
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Publisher claims it owes more than a billion

Music streaming company Spotify was sued by Wixen Music Publishing for using thousands of songs, including those of Tom Petty, Neil Young and the Doors, without a licence and compensation to the music publisher.