Nvidia sticks Titan X in the channel
Published in Graphics

Snubs its card partners

GPU maker named after a Roman vengence demon Nvidia has delivered a big snub to its card making partners and put its new high-end card, the Titan X into the channel

TSMC fears Chinese foundries
Published in Processors

Cornering the market in mature technologies

Chinese foundries are fast cornering the market for 28nm and more mature process technologies, according to TSMC.

Apple tanks
Published in Mobiles
26 October 2016

Apple tanks

Apple sees first sales decline since 2001

The shine has finally come off the tax-dodging fruity cargo cult Apple and no amount of spinning is saving it.

Xiaomi Mi Mix is a game changer
Published in Mobiles

Excellent edge-to-edge innovation

Fudzilla has been following the work of Xiaomi for a few years now, and we realized that this company has far more potential that people are giving it credit for.

Lyft denies it is for sale
Published in News

May go public “within a few years”

Lyft, the second largest ride sharing company in the US, has denied reports that it is for sale and says it has doubled its ridership in the region since late last year.

BlackBerry announces DTEK60, its last smartphone
Published in Mobiles

Available now for $499

On Tuesday, BlackBerry announced the DTEK60, its last self-manufactured smartphone before it begins to start outsourcing design, production and distribution to OEMs.

Xiaomi pulls the Mi MIX smartphone out of its hat
Published in Mobiles

A 6.4-inch high-end surprise

After officially launching the Mi Note 2 smartphone, Xiaomi has made a big surprise by announcing a new 6.4-inch ceramic-based Mi MIX smartphone designed in cooperation with French designer.

Acer announces new 24-inch Predator XB241YU monitor
Published in News

With 1440p 165Hz TN-panel and G-Sync support

Acer has officially announced the newest monitor from its gaming Predator series, the 24-inch Acer XB241YU.

Microsoft working on a Quantum PC which may not work
Published in News

A bit like Vista only using cats

Software king of the world, Microsoft is building a quantum computer which, in addition to potentially dead and alive cats, features parts which physicists are not sure actually exist.

Nvidia jumps on the Rambus
Published in News

Will use Differential Power Analysis technology

Rambus has announced that Nvidia has licensed its Differential Power Analysis (DPA) countermeasures to protect its visual computing products against side-channel attacks.