Amazon releases 30 per cent thinner kindle
Published in Mobiles


Kindle Oasis is available for pre-order for $289.99

While the e-paper book reader's thunder has been stolen by the tablet, e-ink is a lot easer to read and now Amazon has given its Kindle a refresh by scrapping its design and starting with something that can be used one handed.

Shield K1 gets Vulkan update
Published in Mobiles


The needs of the many

Nvidia has just released an update to its K1 Shield tablet rolling out support for the fledgling Vulkan API.

Gigabyte X99P-SLI gets Thunderbolt 3
Published in Motherboards


First Thunderbolt 3 X99 motherboard blesssed by Intel

Gigabyte has released its X99P-SLI board which it claims is the first Intel Thunderbolt 3 certified X99 motherboard.

Netflix learns how to do HDR
Published in News


Marco Polo gets it first

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is more familar to gamers than telly watchers. Now Netflix has announced that it supports this feature and first TV show to offer it is Marco Polo.

Meizu M3 has MediaTek MT6750
Published in Mobiles


Exclusive: Cat 6 modem and eight cores arriving in late April

Meizu has one more phone to launch and our sources have confirmed that the company plans to launch its Meizu M3 before the end of April.

100K Meizu M3 Notes sold in seven minutes
Published in Mobiles


More arriving in few days

Meizu M3 Note is a great deal for 799 Yen (109.85 EUR or $123 USD) and the sales in China proved that. Meizu managed to sell 100,000 phones within seven minutes.

2017 Snapdragon will be 10nm
Published in Mobiles


Exclusive:
Launched by the year's end

There has been a leak about the Snapdragon 823, or a successor to Snapdragon 820, which will be more than just a faster version –  our well-placed industry sources have confirmed that Qualcomm plans to use the 10nm process on the new chip late in 2016.

Intel makes it easy for you to build a robot army
Published in Wearables


Time to take over the world

Chipzilla is putting a lot of effort into helping people build their own robots and drones at home.

Apple invokes the ancient gods for car business
Published in News


Might have chosen the wrong ones

Apple has been trying to draft ancient gods into its cult to develop its self-driving car.  Like the car it might backfire badly.

Rockstar dismisses Grand Theft Auto’s designer’s lawsuit
Published in Games


Claims it is “bizarre”


The bloke who claims to be behind the multimillion-selling Grand Theft Auto series is suing the publisher Rockstar for reneging on a 2009 royalties deal.