Apple to dump Lightning to please the EU
Published in Gaming

Testing USB-C because it honestly thinks it will make a difference

Fruit and nutty cargo cult Apple is looking at replacing its iPhone’s Lightning charging port with the more prevalent USB-C connector.

Former Ebay executive admits terror attacks on customers
Published in News

Send in the live spiders

A former eBay executive admitted conducting a terror campaign against a small newsletter which had the temerity to publish a story about the auctioneer pinching customers from Amazon.

Samsung considers 20 per cent chip price hikes
Published in News

Sign of the Times

Samsung wants to jack the prices of its semiconductor products up by 20 per cent.

Coppers likely to use driverless cars to spy on people
Published in Transportation

What a surprise

Coppers in the US are thinking about using driverless cars so that they can monitor people without having to leave the police station.

AMD making inroads into Intel’s market share
Published in News

Even as chip sales fall

AMD has hit a new high in overall CPU market share over Chipzilla despite an overall drop in the total sales of these chips.

Chipmakers talking about price hikes
Published in PC Hardware

Up by 20 per cent

Chipmakers are talking about jacking the price of chips up by more than 20 per cent.

El Salvador discovered that Bitcoin really is a ponzi scheme
Published in News

But its fanboy president can’t help but buy more of it

While the Bitcoin ponzi scheme has been crashing and burning, one of its key fanboy’s El Salvador’s president cannot admit he has made a mistake.

Nvidia publishes Linux GPU kernel modules
Published in Graphics

Promises to maintain it

Nvidia, which is named after a Roman vengeance daemon, is publishing their Linux GPU kernel modules as open-source and has sworn by its dark gods to maintain them.

Hackers open DEA databases
Published in News

We know what you know

Redfaced US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) says it is investigating reports that hackers gained unauthorised access to an agency portal that taps into 16 different federal law enforcement databases.

Nvidia schedules Computex 2022 keynote for May 23rd
Published in News

Promises "the latest products for gamers"

Nvidia has officially set the date for its Computex 2022 keynote for May 23rd, announcing a total of six speakers, including Jeff Fisher, Senior VP of Geforce at Nvidia.