“Jesus” thrown out of Apple Store and arrested
Published in News


Wrong religion beardie

A bloke who is known as the “Philly Jesus” was arrested for disorderly conduct after refusing to leave an Apple Store in Philadelphia.

Nvidia teases Pascal
Published in Graphics


"Order of 10" with a side order of chips

Nvidia has set up a website designed to tease the release of its Pascal-based graphics cards.

HP releases new Pavilion x360 range
Published in Notebooks


Do not break the bank

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP announced a series of new laptops for the back-to-school market or anyone who is looking for a two-in-one that won't hurt the bank balance.

Apple really is not changing iPhone
Published in Mobiles


Looks like even cordless headphones have been abandoned

One of the few “innovations” that Apple was supposed to stick under the bonnet of its iPhone 7 was a move to wi-fi headphones which would allow the phone to get thinner.

Global semiconductor sales go up
Published in Processors


First improvement in five months

Global semiconductor sales saw a slight increase in March for the first time in five months.

MediaTek expects profits to rise
Published in News


But margins will fall

MediaTek expects to post revenue growth of 24-32 percent in the second quarter of 2016, but also thinks its gross margins for the quarter will fall.

Chinese invent graphene electronic paper
Published in News

Smartphone world about to be shaken up

China, which gave the world traditional paper, has come up with a successor which could shake up electronic gadgets such as wearable devices and e-readers.

Samsung cranks up third gen FinFET process
Published in Processors


Lower electricity and cheaper

Samsung Electronics is introducing a third 14-nano FinFET system semiconductor process that has lower electricity consumption and production cost than previous cost.

Oculus officially blesses VR ready PCs
Published in Wearables


Certified Rift-ready bundles


Oculus has officially blessed PCs that can handle the VR requirements for its AR specs.

Chrome topples Microsoft as Browser King
Published in News


All roads lead to Chrome

Microsoft has been dethroned as the leader of the competitive web browser market by Google's Chrome.