Nvidia fixes Geforce 375.86 WHQL Pascal VRAM clock issues
Published in Graphics


With new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix drivers

Nvidia has finally fixed VRAM issues noticed on some Pascal GPU-based graphics cards with the recently released Geforce 375.86 WHQL driver, by releasing the new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix driver.

Samsung is still the number one mobile maker
Published in Mobiles


Apple did not cash in on Note 7 fiasco

Samsung Electronics is still the number one global seller of smartphones in spite of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.

Samsung launches Nougat beta programme
Published in News


For S7 and S7 Edge

Maker of the ever-smouldering Notes, Samsung, has launched its Android 7.0 Nougat Galaxy Beta Program for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge.

iPhones send data to Jobs’ Mob after all
Published in News

 

Call history goes to iCloud where Apple stores it

A team of Russian security experts has found that Apple might have access to more user data than it is letting on.

UK brings in the most extreme surveillance law
Published in News


Worst for any democratic country

The UK has just passed a huge expansion in surveillance powers, which are the harshest written in any democratic country.

Apple prices to double if Trump forces it to return
Published in Mobiles


The cost of “Made in America”

Apple’s assembler Foxconn has been looking at the possibity of setting up iPhone production to the US before Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump orders the US company to do so.

NSA confirms the Russian hackers were gaming the US election
Published in News


Wikileaks were allies

The leader of the National Security Agency (NSA) says there shouldn't be "any doubt in anybody's mind" that there was a conscious effort by “a nation-state” to sway the result of the 2016 presidential election.

A look at carbon nanotubes and opto-electronics in chip design
Published in Processors


Process node scaling is becoming very expensive


Carbon nanotubes have long been proposed as a significant substrate replacement to transform the chip design industry as we know it.

Seagate announces IronWolf Pro 10TB enterprise HDD
Published in Memory


For small and medium enterprises

Following the launch of the consumer-class IronWolf and SkyHawk HDDs earlier, Seagate has now launched its IronWolf Pro series for small and medium enterprises, including the 10TB version as the flagship offer.

Xiaomi's new Mi Mix smartphone reviewed
Published in Mobiles


Plenty of good things but some bad as well

Xiaomi certainly made a lot of noise with its impressive concept Mi Mix smartphone with an almost edge-less design and now it has been officially reviewed by Arstechnica and compared to some of the high end smartphones on the market, like the iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 and Google Pixel.