Apple shamed into upgrading its Mac Pro range
Published in Notebooks


Can’t take the jibes from Fudzilla

For a while now we have been mocking the fruity cargo cult Apple for being unable to upgrade its Macbook Pro. Now it seems that Jobs Mob has suddenly woken up to the fact that you can’t claim you are cutting edge while peddling four-year-old stock.

Sex toy blabs your secrets to manufacturer
Published in Wearables


Internet of thingees

Security geeks conference Defcon in Las Vegas was much amused when two researchers showed how a sex toy was blabbing its owners sex secrets on the world wide wibble.

Intel plans to make things more equal
Published in News


Chippy til the last

Next week Intel will once again bring its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) to the world, with screaming, sorry streaming coverage.

New Z170 Pro Gaming is out
Published in Motherboards


Asus's mounting for 3D printed parts

Asus has released a new motherboard with a new feature which will enable mounting for 3D printed parts

Qualcomm CEO claims it leads in 5G
Published in Mobiles


As Intel, Samsung, MediaTek claims the same.

Last week we scratched the surface and pointed out why Intel has a very slim chance to dominate in 5G. Samsung and MediaTek have made similar claims. 

Intel allows AMD to play with Optane SSDs
Published in Processors


SSD tech might be a free for all

Chipzilla is not keeping its SSD tech as something which will only work on its chips, but will work on other chipmakers' gear too.

White box tablet makers losing sales fast
Published in Mobiles


Writing on the wall


White box tablet makers are seeing sales fall 15.3 percent from last year.

Seagate creates 60 TB SSD
Published in News


It keeps getting bigger

Earlier we told you how Seagate had started shippig a 10 TB SSD which was pretty cool, if not rather expensive. Well no it seems that Seagate wants to keep beating records by release an SSD which can store 60TB.

New Apple Watch will be buried in iPhone 7 release
Published in Wearables


Nothing to see here,  move on please

A Chinese analyst claims that Apple will release the “new and improved” iWatch when all the coverage is going to be focused on the iPhone 7.

Qualcomm Self-Organizing Network is the future of Wi-Fi
Published in Network


SON solves end user troubles

I still remember plugging the first 802.11a wireless card in my laptop and walking around the student’s dorm while I was streaming a movie. It was quite clear back then, more than a decade ago, that Wi-Fi would become ubiquitous. Now Qualcomm has solved a problem that has bothered people for a long time, they came out with a SON, a network that will self-organize and bring  real plug and play to homes and offices.