Fully driverless cars only a few months away
Published in News


Tested in Phoenix area

Completely driverless cars could be tested in the Phoenix area by the end of the year.

Anti-neutrality campaign was mostly carried out by bots
Published in News


FCC fooled by Big Content and conservative pressure groups

One of the main justifications that the US FCC has for undermining net neutrality laws was that the changes had a surprising amount of public support.

Intel's Paul Otellini snuffs it
Published in News


Died in his sleep

The tech world has been surprised by the shock death of Paul Otellini, Intel's previous CEO, who died in his sleep on Monday. He was 66.

AMD brags about Forza Motorsport 7 optimizations
Published in Graphics


Radeon Software 17.9.3 driver offers 4K 60FPS on RX 580

After an initial report that AMD Radeon series graphics cards, especially the RX Vega series, are offering great performance in Forza Motorsport 7 game, AMD has now officially started to brag about it, saying that it offers 4K 60FPS gameplay on RX 580 graphics card.

AMD announces Embedded Radeon E9170 series
Published in Graphics


Based on Polaris GPU

AMD said its newest Embedded Radeon E9170 series GPUs  will be based on the well-known Polaris GPU and come in multiple form factors aimed at embedded applications.

Western Digital shows off 14TB enterprise drives
Published in News


Bigger is better

An MTBF of 2.5 million hours and a  five year warranty enterprise is driving heads to OEMs

TSMC builds 3nm Fab in Taiwan
Published in Processors


Not the US

As we predicted,TSMC will build the 'world's first' semiconductor plant to support the creation of 3nm node silicon chips in Taiwan.

Nvidia recruits Gigabyte and Leadtek for AI alliance
Published in Graphics


Glorious coalition

Nvidia has recruited Gigabyte and Leadtek Research into a glorious AI alliance.

UK’s Home Secretary admits she does not understand encryption
Published in News


Wants it combatted anyway

The UK Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has admitted that she doesn't understand end-to-end encryption, but still wants to "to find the best way to combat" it.

Blackberry troll transformer quits
Published in Mobiles


Off to join something more healthy

The bloke in charge of turning Blackberry from a loss making mobile phone company to a patent troll has given up and moved to the health industry.