Intel attaches itself to blockchain
Published in News

Looking at ways to use the energy

Chipzilla is looking at ways to use the energy expended during cryptocurrency mining for the sequencing of genetic data.

Apple’s iPhone X has difficulty with Chinese
Published in Mobiles

You all look the same to me

Apple’s comedy facial recognition system on its overpriced iPhone X appears to have a few difficulties telling Chinese apart.

Amazon buries the hatchet with Google and Apple
Published in News

It is still money

Amazon confirmed Thursday that it will again sell the Apple TV set-top box and Google Chromecast dongle. The company had stopped selling the devices after disputes with the pair.

LinkedIn falls foul of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
Published in News

Wants courts to enforce its computer use policies

Business networking site LinkedIn is having a go at convincing a US court that anyone who abuses its computer use policy is a hacker and should be locked up for a few decades.

Prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber
Published in News

Taxi outfit's legal woes get more woeful

Federal prosecutors have an open criminal investigation into Uber, making the taxi outfit's legal problems much worse.

Trump administration kills off net-neutrality
Published in News

Comment: But the rebellion has begun

Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's communications watchdog the FCC has decided to dismantle one of the key planks that made the Internet Great – net neutrality.

Xiaomi is working on Snapdragon on Windows 10
Published in Notebooks

Another big win

Fudzilla exclusively brought you the news that Samsung is one of the companies working on a very sexy Snapdragon on Windows 10 and our sources have confirmed that Xiaomi is also part of the early supporter group.

Apple iMac Pro maxed up is  €16,156.98
Published in News

To Photoshop girls in 2018 for $13,177.98

An Apple iMac Pro with Vega graphics and 10 core Xeon CPU starts at $4,999 and if you grab one of these default settings, you will get it within a week or two. The maxed-out option costs more than double that in the US and close to three times the start sum in  Europe. 

MSI shows off its custom RX Vega 64/56 graphics cards
Published in Graphics

Part of its Air Boost series

MSI has finally unveiled its first custom Radeon RX Vega 64 and RX Vega 56 designs which will be a part of the budget oriented - read cheap - Air Boost series.

Mystery AMD Fenghuang Raven APU spotted
Published in Processors

Coming with 28 CUs and 2GB memory

A mystery AMD APU, codenamed Fenghuang Raven, has been spotted, featuring some rather impressive specifications.